TripAdvisor Reviews Island Breezes Great Abaco Island
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... so strenuous. The shack, again fully self serve, had more of the tequila, grapefruit vodka, so many snacks, mixers, literally anything you could want. Time Check: 11:30am. We finally ended up at the bar on the dock where a couple of the girls and myself went to the nearby pool. Lounging in the hot sun in the middle of the day with a drink in hand, truly experiencing a day in the life of the rich and famous. And then 2:30 came, and we all headed back to ...
... much better after breakfast. It was a 7 hour trip so we didn't do much. Before our last stretch into the Hope Town harbour, we threw out anchor in the middle of the most beautiful islands. I definitely took advantage and took an awesome swim in the clear water. I only took photographs with my Canon so the uploads will come shortly. We arrived in Hope Town Marina, what a quaint, beautiful little village; reminds me ...
... up in the yard .. and the snow is gone.
4/17/13 Update: We made it to Great Sale Cay on Saturday and anchored there with 10 sailboats after riding out a pretty intense thunderstorm. Monday morning we set out for Ft. Pierce - a 140 mile stretch across the Gulf Stream. Once again the forecasters seemed to be asleep at the switch (or their barometer) and we experienced much more wind and higher waves than they predicted. We ...
... and Bob) and Vincent were great. Bob, Phyllis and Vincent attend Pastor Randy’s church on Man O War Cay.
So the marina was beautiful, on a small Bahamas scale. Small office, slow Internet, small pool, etc. but quaint and very clean, everywhere. Additionally, the management knows everyone that does good work on boats around the island. We had a young man, Albert Electronics***? come by after a couple ...
... we sailed the whole way. We anchored in Marsh Harbor for several days to reprovision and get gas and diesel and water then left this past Wednesday for Hope Town. The weather was supposed to deteriorate and we needed to find a hidey hole. The mooring field filled up fast as boats were scurrying to find a safe haven from an approaching squall with gale force winds. It hit alright on Good Friday afternoon. Winds were clocked ...
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