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Leaving just before high tide at 4.45pm we have no problems exiting the channel and rake a short sail around to Manjack Cay - a private island with a lovely bay for a swim. Always good to get back into fresh water after visiting marinas and sounds where water although clear can be contaminated!! Anchored next to a boat called Five Fit Flops and Eric is convinced he knows them and as they pass us in their dinghy we hear them ...
... for boarding. Then you get your boarding picture done and you enter the ship. Upon stepping onto the deck you are greeted by smiling faces of crew and officers and pleasantly guided to your room or to the Lido deck for lunch. The whole process takes about 45 minutes and you feel like they actually want you there. The airlines and airports need to take lessons from the cruise industry.
We found our cabin and waiting ...
... the highlights of what we found in this diverse area. Arriving March 23, we would proceed to explore the Sea of Abaco from its southern terminus to some of its northernmost reaches until our offshore departure for the Chesapeake Bay on May 15.
The Abacos are a group of islands and cays forming a 120-mile long chain stretching over 650 square miles. The coastlines are scalloped with bays, coves and protected harbors. The Sea of ...
... Deaver books and these also appear good so another 14 of those to go.
15/4 We went ashore and had lunch and checked emails, we had some interest on the crew position on Saturday and were hoping for a response, so far nothing, but here’s hoping. “Happy Birthday Zaz” after shopping and emails, we up anchored and sailed over to Stocking Island and anchored off ChatanChill, the first proper beach bar in the Bahamas, then I went snorkeling I came across a 5ft ...
... folks to make it is by relying on each other, living in inherited houses at low cost, and scrapping for a living in whatever multiple ways present themselves. We are going to help with the cost of Kijohnna's surgery - if you want to help out too, let us know.
We have lots of fun footage of Harbour Island, but that will need to wait for my next burst of video-editing energy!
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