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Our flight route back to the U.S. Was pretty much a reversal of the outbound trip, and we were fortunate enough to find clear weather along the entire route. A few building cumulus clouds here and there, but generally, nothing to get in our way. The view from the air over the Bahamas in amazing. The color of the water, the low ...
... to get as far as the brittish virgin islands but at this rate i will probably only get a couple of weeks in the bahamas then fly back to ft lauderdale to head home. Better try to soak up a bit more sun. Its not strong sun here. Winter i spose. Though in comparison to Scotlands winter sun i guess its pretty strong.
hopefully heading off tomorow. Will post a blog before we leave the states.
... enough to be in Indiantown for their Thanksgiving Rendezvous. It's a 4 day celebration starting with a kickoff party on Mon. Nov. 19th with a Reggae band, island food, beer, and dancing. On Tuesday there was a marine flea market and when the sun went down it was Karaoke night with more food, beer and dancing. Wednesday at sundown was the "Grape Escape" wine tasting and grape stomping competition with live music and ...
... it would be. We had East winds 10-15 and the waves kept building. By the middle of the night there were some that crested even with the stern of the boat. But they never got any larger. It was a gorgeous sunset and we had a bright crescent moon to steer by. We also had lightning all around us but it never came close.We thought dawn would never come. We had the auto pilot on and it did very well. Denny would've been exhausted had it not worked. It was a downwind sleigh ...
... Steinway pianos for a living. He purchased the boat when it showed up here in the yard at Indiantown. It had been abandoned at anchor in the Bahamas and was brought here. What an interesting individual he is. He has done work for famous rock stars and musicians and also was asked to restore two Steinways aboard Paul Allen's famous yacht Octopus. It's over 475 feet long and is the world's largest yacht. It's tender is ...
Other places to stay in Stuart
1209 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $70
7615 SW Lost River Road, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $103
1200 S Federal Hwy, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $63
1150 NW Federal Highway, Stuart | 2 star hotelfrom $93
7900 SW Lost River Road, Stuart | 2 star hotelfrom $82
1900 South East Federal Highway, Stuart | 2 star hotelfrom $51
950 SE Federal Highway, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $64