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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... the key to unlock it. So she hopped in and introduced herself as Abba from France and her husband from Germany. They were sailing to Bermuda and then back to Europe where they spend 6 months at their home and then 6 months in the Bahamas.
Friday, April 4 we left Marsh Harbor at 9:30 a.m. bound for Treasure cay. It was a gorgeous day with a 10 knot breeze. We arrived a short 3 hours later and anchored in the harbor. We'll stay here a few days before heading to Hopetown.
... to get a picture of one of them spouting. We then went in through a difficult reef entrance and anchored in 2m water in Abrahams Bay, the sea was lumpy so we didn't go ashore to check into the Bahamas.
We did go snorkeling and the water clarity was outstanding – as good as the Tobago cays
6/4We went ashore to go and check into the Bahamas (expensive $300 for a 1 year permit), they were having a powercut (common I understand) so there was no wifi or ...
... snorkeling near the
cliffs. Beautiful coral reefs, fish of every color and sea fans were plentiful. It was convenient to be able to run the dinghy from our boat to the snorkel area just outside the channel, about 5 minutes. After snorkeling for about 30 min, Mary Beth climbed back into the dinghy to chill, and Ed went spear fishing --- see the photos. (by the way, Ed had his 60th birthday!)
Pete’s Pub is also connected to a working ...
One of the most common questions we hear from friends back home is:
What do you DO all day?!?!
Below is a video that reveals all. Well, actually it is the compilation of events that occurred over several days. The idea is to help you understand of how "ordinary" the cruising life can be; hopefully spiced with our usual sense of humor.
If you are interested in a good read ...
... with privileges. Chad rented a golf cart for 24 hours, so off we go to check out the settlement of New Plymouth. It reminds us of Hope Town, but not quite as well kept. Like some of the other cays, the original settlers here were British loyalists. Unlike the other cays, some of these loyalists didn’t stay forever. Many had their homes dismantled and moved to Key West where many of the rebuilt homes still stand today. ...