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Very good food and fab location
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Cath and Sal up early for swim in the Atlantic at 7.30am before we head out on high tide at 10am. Swim was great after Sal got over the shock off seeing big sharks in the surf and then realised they were dark seaweed! Great Guana cay very beautiful with lots of properties to die for! Taking a bouy on arrival we head off to discover the famous …
... We may have now sorted out our crew problems as we have 2 people interested,
Phil has been getting bored and fed up with beating to windward and he now wants to miss the trip back, so we need 2 crew
We should be meeting one in Nassau on 20th and then sail to Bermuda where we pick up the 2nd and phil can fly home.
18/4 We stayed in the marina to be on the internet all day and sort out crew and had a walk around the island to look for ...
... outside of the harbor for a couple of evenings and then a storm was coming through so we transferred to the tiny harbor filled with mooring balls. Another community existed in the harbor, some boats stay there, at $20 a day for months. The mooring balls allow the maximum amount of boats safely, the various colored balls identify the owner and who to pay.
One live aboard couple set up a Tarzan ...
A new video is below... this is the first of two videos that cover a little trip north from Green Turtle Cay.
This first video includes our visit to Coopers Town (Abaco Island) and to Powell Cay. Coopers Town is a settlement seldom visited by outsiders. Powell Cay is uninhabited.
... for the weather and winds to favor the return trip home. We understand we are fortunate to have a slip as many people are returning from the Exumas and the more southern regions and everyone is looking for a spot in a marina for a couple of nights sleep and shower before stating home. We still seem to be meeting a lot of Canadians. The Canadians tend to be sailors and are younger. The Americans generally are older, retired and more likely power boaters. Anyway, we are in the ...