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Travel Blogs from Marsh Harbour
... 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 ...
we were no forced further north into the Gulf stream and the Bermuda triangle,
strange fogs, whirlpools, magnetic anomalies, and strange sea monsters - none of that -well we saw 4/5 pilot whales about 300m ahead and then the seas started to build and we were slamming loads.
3/5 The seas were now 4m occasionally 5m high and the wind was up to 34/35 kts and we had 3 reefs in both the main and genoa, but at 1120 we couldn’t start ...
... to get a picture of one of them spouting. We then went in through a difficult reef entrance and anchored in 2m water in Abrahams Bay, the sea was lumpy so we didn't go ashore to check into the Bahamas.
We did go snorkeling and the water clarity was outstanding – as good as the Tobago cays
6/4We went ashore to go and check into the Bahamas (expensive $300 for a 1 year permit), they were having a powercut (common I understand) so there was no wifi or ...
... the bottom is sand (not mud) and every destination is another tropical paradise.
We've stayed very busy. Planning routes, sailing Esprit de Mer, doing maintenance and repairs, sailing, anchoring, cooking, cleaning. Our "taxi" is the little rubber dinghy. Getting from an anchored boat into the dinghy with dogs, bikes, laundry, trash and each other is an effort. Then
driving to a dinghy dock, inspecting for nails and splinters (before we tie ...
... br> Harbour Island is spectacular... but before we show it to you, we still need to get you here!
The videos we are posting today update our travel-blog through January 20th and show you how we spent our last few weeks in the Northern Bahamas / the Sea of Abaco. They are all much shorter than the previous ones... we have a weak signal here and needed to break them up into smaller "snapshots" (1-4 minutes each).
The First ...