Conch Inn Hotel and Marina
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Good morning to ya...is that how the Irish say it!
We are up early and off to 2 different dive locations today it's John's last day and he would love to get a couple more in. The water is calm, calm which is perfect to get to the Atlantic side and the good reefs.
I'm off to do a nice morning paddle to loosen up this stiff bruised …
Not sure what the plan is for today, I know that the boys have to pick up the scuba tanks but whether we stay or go is still under discussion. I'm thinking we will leave in search for more dive sites. We had rain early this morning which was unusual we haven't seen a lot of rain on this trip it just poured and now it's over and looks like the clouds are lifting so yes another ...
... with British friends Barb and Andy of S/V Ptarmigan. This also included some quality snorkeling. We worried a bit that Jim might get worn out before the passage! We did, however, return to Marsh Harbour on the 13th as our intended visit to Guana Cay was disrupted by a change in the wind that made the anchorage there undesirable. But a departure for the Chesapeake in two days on the 15th looked like a good weather opportunity….
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, ...
Here is another video - this one follows us from Powell Cay to Manjack Cay and includes a little snorkling trip. We end the video by returning to Green Turtle Cay in time for Sunday Services with our Bahamian friends.