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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 …
... room. After this you enter the terminal where some pleasant person (who is smiling and laughing with the guests) greets you and asks how you are. Then they direct you to the line for checking in. There are several people checking your booking papers to direct your to the correct check in person. After about 20 minutes you have your picture taken for your room key, and are requested to sit in the lounge area until your number ...
... N + 078*17’17.04”W. To get into the best anchor spot requires that you meander through some shallows at mid tide or higher and thread a needle between some rocks and a sand bar, with the degree of difficulty increased by any tidal flow and wind. Not for the faint of heart. Once in, it’s drop-dead gorgeous. Our pictures provide the best description of the setting. This is one of the most exotic anchorages we've ever been ...
... by reefs and sandbanks and was quite wild,
20/4 We set off at first light through the reef and had an exhilarating sail down the Exuma chain across the Banks to New Providence and Nassau, a 55 nm sail in about 9 hours, where we hope to meet up with the first of new crew, We moored in Nassau Yacht Haven Marina and checked out the facilities.
21/4 We checked emails and found the ATM’s and supermarket, and spent the day using the laundry and ...
... dinghy, even if it means a short swim to shore. Ankle deep is over her head, so she gets wetter than the rest of us. I guess she figures it is better than waiting for everybody in the dry dinghy, while we have fun in town.
As the photos show, there are simply beautiful scenes almost anywhere you look.
If you are looking on a map, we moved Esprit de Mer from the secure, sheltered harbor to ...