Conch Inn Hotel and Marina

Address: Marsh Harbour, Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Inn
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This inn, located on Marsh Harbour, Marsh Harbour, is near Dive Abaco, Elbow Cay, Tahiti Beach, and Manjack Cay.
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      Bakers bay

      A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Apr 22, 2014

      5 photos

      Leaving Treasure cay we head over to Great Guana Cay and drop anchor in Bakers bay on the northern side so we are ready to head through Whale channel in the morning when the wind drops. According to our charts and books there should have been nothing there but we noticed an Inlet had been cut and lots of workers leaving the ...

      Man O'War Cay

      A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Apr 13, 2014

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      Waking up to strong winds we decide to chance our luck and leave on the high tide at 7.30 otherwise we would be stuck all day! Glad we did we gad a good sail over and anchored in sheltered bay where we all had a swim ( overdue bath) and then realised we had anchored over a power cable so time to move again before going a shore for a stroll. A ...

      Winding down.......

      A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on Apr 04, 2011

      8 photos

      ... be fine, but we will miss him for the crossing. We are all dreading the return trip because the last leg will be about 16 hours. Ugh! The weather looks like it will be great for the trip, so we hope it holds. Tuesday, Chad and I went for a run in the morning and snorkeling in the afternoon. The reef never looks the same. The water was a little cloudy, but the fish were much more abundant. I quit after seeing my second barracuda. Both were small, thankfully. Last night, after ...

      Two tracking on the golf cart

      A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Mar 26, 2011

      11 photos

      ... marina. We continued on up and down and around and around on these dusty roads through the Poisonwood trees, and up on bluffs overlooking the turquoise Sea of Abaco and the deep blue Atlantic. Back into New Plymouth for lunch at the "Wreckin' Tree Bakery & Restaurant" we ran into the Conchtown Lady gang again. We moved our boats to the yacht club in the late afternoon and plugged in our power cord. This is the first ...

      Hope Town

      A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on Mar 13, 2011

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... of those rum drinks. Today it is the local favorite, Goombay Smash. This would be a great place to rent a cottage. There are a few on the beach hiding just behind the dunes. Hammocks, sand , pool and more all steps away from your front door. Very nice.
      Off to the local fisherman for more “catch of the day “ for the grill tonight. No plans for tomorrow, just going to the beach and maybe some snorkeling. ...