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... cabin to read up on what is in store for tomorrow at Princess Cays.
Sunday 8/3 – About 9:00am the ship anchored off Princess Cays (Bahamas) and we caught a Tender to shore. This section of the island is owned by and exclusively for Princess Cruise passengers and is set up just for ‘a day on the beach’. They transport everything to shore ie staff, food, drink, etc. There are about 3200 passengers on this cruise and about 1200 staff. ...
... resort in the Bahamas on the island of Eleuthera about 9:00 am. The seas looked a little rough due to the wind and we wondered if the tenders would be running.
After breakfast, we went down to our staging area for our tender, since this port is not one we dock next to. We had a priority ticket to board the tender and got right on the first one. The ride over only took about 5 minutes. We had rented one of the small bungalows which was ...
So far, living "off-the-grid" is working out just fine. We went to bed at dusk (about 7:45) , so no lights (we decided to leave the generator off) was not an issue. The cool air off the water made sleeping a "breeze". So we didn't miss the AC. We previously arranged to meet the owner of a beach house located near the center of the island of Eleuthera this morning. We boarded our jeep and drove the 50 plus miles south to Palmetto Point to tour the house as a ...
... the American football game by the pool. (I was in the water of course). It was, on
the whole, a very relaxing non energetic day!
Now we are sitting on the balcony enjoying a lager having just finished
the evening trivia where we performed badly by our standards. Dave did well and
got all the colours on the Chilean flag correct. We won't mention the scrabble question and
how many points is K worth…….
Right now, we ...
On February 25th, 2013 we departed Conception Island at 0615 bound for Rock Sound, Eleuthera approximately 95nm to the northwest. Winds were forecast to be 10-12 kts from the southeast which created near perfect spinnaker sailing conditions for us. We popped the chute within minutes of pulling up anchor and were off on a two day, daylight only passage. We had several options for an intermediate, overnight stop. First choice was ...