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What started off as a mouth dropping experience (for the wrong reasons) could not have turned around to be any better!! After getting cleared through the airport/customs - which was literally one room with 3 people behind desks stamping you in and then going back outside to collect bags we were ushered by an officer into a taxi to get to our resort …
Its all a conspiracy we are back in marsh harbour again
We had got a full 20lb gas bottle and connected up and watered ship, we appear to use twice as much with Stan onboard as just Phil and I
Firstly something about Stan, he is an eccentric Austrian, who when phil and I are in just shorts in 28C 80F he is wearing thermal underwear, a lumberjack shirt, a thick jumper and a sailing jacket, also thick socks and trainers !! Also ...
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...