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... Our sail there involved sailing into the Atlantic through a narrow cut (known as the Whale Cay passage) for a few miles to avoid the shallows near Treasure Cay. We needed winds to be from the right direction and mild conditions or else the waves and breakers would become too dangerous. Our winds were NE 10-15 knots and the waves/rollers were 4-5'. It wasn't too bad and there were at least 30 boats transiting the passage. So we had lots of company rocking and rolling ...
... we turned downwind and I went up on the foredeck to check, the Triangle Gas monster had stolen our gas, we turned round and headed back for marsh harbour, We surfed downwind occasionally hitting 11+ kts on big waves and did our best 12 hour session of 84.5miles as the wind howled.
4/5 As the gale slowly abated back to F7 then F6 we managed 73 miles in the 12hours
and then just before we reached the reef passage the wind dropped and the ...
... the water maker, two refrigerators, two laptops, lights and receptacles, while having some juice left over for charging the boat batteries so we have power at night. Unfortunately the solar power doesn’t work at night, but Ed is working on that too!
It turns out that Mary Beth was a big hit with the “saw and scrape” band at a local pub/rib feast. She has picked up playing the harmonica, ...
I got a little lazy about video editing and it has been a month since we posted!
Currently, we are on Harbor Island which is on Northern part of the Great Bahama Bank. We have been here for nearly 2 months (!). Based on our previous behavior (when we came to the Bahamas in 2006 - also aboard Wabi Sabi) we expected to be moving around a bit more, but this time, we stopped to smell the roses (and the ...
... next year. Each Cay is so very different. It's hard to pick a favorite. Hopetown with its candy striped Elbow Cay Reef lighthouse and picturesque village; Treasure Cay with its famous emerald green and aquamarine waters that fade into powdered sand and home to one of the most magnificent beaches in the world; Great Guana Cay, the largest of all the Abaco Cays and home to Nipper's Beach Bar & Grill and Grabbers Beach Bar & Grill and an incredibly ...