Lofty Fig Villas
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... ferries. Off we go in Lassie to explore and find a whole new marina built behind the headland - looks likes it's been built for mega yachts and a lot of sailors who are not there! Lots of luxury and great location, over looking the Atlantic side but no boats! Great Wifi though that we stole all evening and caught up with some ...
... hamlet but all closed due to it being Sunday but a few little boutiques spotted by Sal and Cath worth a visit on Monday. Due to tides we had to time our entry into Lubbers cay for the full moon party as a very shallow approach so had a lazy day and decided to head off on Tuesday Morning. A well worth return visit as we found the ice cream parlour ...
... ocean our room is a cabana suite right by the private beach, everything is perfect. The resort has paddle boards, kayaks and snorkeling gear you can use whenever you like to explore the crystal clear waters. Stepping onto the beach for the first time was indescribable the sand is so soft that you sink the water is so warm you dive straight in without fear of getting your belly wet and so clear there is no fear of what your feet are touching it's just amazing. We have kayaked out ...
... t drink or go to restaurants his favourite place is KFC !!!
1/5 We set off for Bermuda knowing it was going to be a hard few days in the middle
and initially set off eastwards in gentle conditions and made a steady 64 miles in the first 15 hours to midnight
2/5 the wind started to pick up from the east and send us more northwards and initially it was a force5 then 6 and we started to put reefs in the sails and the seas started ...
Hi Tout le monde
Are you sure no-one wants a little sail home ???????
5/4 We set off early sailed over to The Bahamas and headed for Mayaguana, about 56 miles away, and about 3 miles from the reef entrance we saw at least 2 humpback whales breaching about 1 mile on the starboard beam, about 5 minutes later I saw 2 more just off the port side moving the opposite way to us and they passed about 100m down our port side, they were about 30-35 ft long and ...