Abaco Club on Winding Bay
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
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More later the SUP is calling me. I had a really good paddle the water was calm and I managed a good 1/2 hour. I saw a turtle he popped his head out as I paddled right by him that was very cool. As we traveled along to our first dive location we past many rocks as per usual and they all sort of look the same I've posted a picture of Channel Rock looks very similar to Don't Rock...my question is who names these rocks? We arrived at Chub ...
... day ahead.
I'm going to head out for a walk and perhaps stop at the gym if it's open they have very strange hours from what we saw yesterday.
I made it to the gym and decided to stay and workout, on vacation although I'm dedicated to strength I find I slip a wee bit. The gym was a very old muscle gym, old rusty type bars but lots of them a scattered amount of broken cardio equipment, ...
Good morning from Man O War Cay
Yup I'm up early as per normal we had a good anchorage but it's windy so I gave up on the swinging around and waves but still managed a good sleep up at 6:40 just in time for another great sunrise.
Although it is a really windy day we are fine here and very protected nestled into the many Cay's in the Abacos, these small Islands are all really close together so this cuts the wind and waves nicely. Unfortunately most ...
Took the Ferry from Hope Town to Marsh Harbour for a day. Neither of us were particularly impressed. For the most part, we ran our errands and then we ended up taking an earlier-than-planned ferry back to Hope Town. I can see Marsh being an important stop if boats need parts, groceries, etc. It is a major centre with all the necessities. It is also the base for several charter companies like The Moorings and ...
Sailing on the Sea of Abaco is similar to the Chesapeake Bay (where we learned to sail). Here are some of the similarities… shallow water averaging around 6ft to 20ft, anchor almost anywhere, many destinations within a day of sailing, interesting harbors, nice people.
Here are the differences…the weather is beautiful, the water is so clear you can check your anchor set 20ft deep, fish are colorful, alive and abundant, there are palm trees, ...