Gansevoort Turks + Caicos
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
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... to start a large scale development only to halt after permanently altering the face of the island. The settlements are few and far so cruisers tend only to come here if they are in need of rest from easterly winds.
We navigated through Abrahams's Bay which is littered with coral and rocks. It is important to get a clear day with the sun overhead to reveal rock heads from the shallow depths of the bank/shoal. In our navigation books it is suggested ...
... soft! In the distance we could see the main hotel zone with kiters flying around.
As we walked back, a family from Wisconsin was unpacking gear from a day of kiting and Brian got very excited: three teenagers (one boy and two girls) and the dad are kiters.
We haven't been more than a few hours here and we already know we are in for a fantastic time.
Our plans to go snorkeling fell through so when the hotel was offering this glow worm tour, we thought we would give it a try. Pick-up at the hotel was around 4:15 pm and we spent a good 30 more minutes picking up additional passsengers at other hotels. Then we sailed over to the Leeward Marina where the crew picked up food for the trip. Then it's ...
... but was instructed to taxi all the way to the end (Charlie) where the Provo Air Center and GA parking is located. They apparently don’t have a parallel taxiway connecting the commercial ramp with the GA ramp. Tower told me to expedite my taxi, so I barreled down the runway at 50 kts because I knew there was a plane landing right behind me. Fast taxi, but not fast enough, the guy coming in behind me elected to go around because I was still on ...
... before going bankrupt. Cooper Jack sits abandoned with empty bulkheads and scattered piles of timber and brick, offering a deep, completely still, and protected harbor to tuck into. It was pretty impressive, actually. But just in case you thought it was too easy, we did have the challenge of figuring out what to tie the boat up to - there were bulkheads, but there were no pilings or cleats on which to attach our dock lines. Luckily, tucked all the way in around the last corner, ...