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... by water to get around. Of course, there are also a number of sailing charter boats (the charter bases are in Marsh Harbour), as well as trawlers / larger power boats mainly from Florida. Many of the shorelines are lined with summer homes and rental properties. There are a lot of Americans here during their summer ...
... little island not too far away and looked at the reef and found a turtle. Paddle boarded around and lounged on the pontoons they have set up in the middle of the water. We had a nice Japanese dinner in the resort restaurant and played pool in the common area. There is lots to do here. Hiring a car was a must to avoid the call out fees of a taxi so we have a red bomb to get us into town and for more exploring of the Island we are staying on. We did some day trips out to the ...
... this northern portion of the Bahamas, bringing the cold fronts at full strength that routinely exit the North American continent during the winter months. As the fronts proceed southeast through the long expanse of the Bahamas chain, they diminish in strength, if not dissipating altogether. But the Abacos get the full strength every time.
Our trip to the Sea of Abaco would be a day trip of approximately 55nm and represent our ...
... miles away and had a good sail, often having to reef to slow down,
9/4 We arrived at Clarence Bay just after dawn and worked our way in through the coral reef and anchored behind the marina outer wall, After a 4 hour sleep we decided to go to “Flying Fish Marina and moored there for a day, We went to the Marina Bar which had Wifi and tried on the internet to get a crew to help us home. There was a mile walk to the nearest store for a loaf of bread, the Bahamas are ...
... 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 ...
Other places to stay in Great Abaco Island
P.O. Box AB20437, Marsh Harbour | Hotelfrom $99
Great Abaco Highway, Great Abaco Island | Hotelfrom $65
PO Box AB20571, Marsh Harbour | 5 star hotelfrom $319
Guana Cay, Great Abaco Island | 3 star hotelfrom $195