Conch Inn Hotel and Marina
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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 ...
... by reefs and sandbanks and was quite wild,
20/4 We set off at first light through the reef and had an exhilarating sail down the Exuma chain across the Banks to New Providence and Nassau, a 55 nm sail in about 9 hours, where we hope to meet up with the first of new crew, We moored in Nassau Yacht Haven Marina and checked out the facilities.
21/4 We checked emails and found the ATM’s and supermarket, and spent the day using the laundry and ...
... Year’s day, January 1 of each year, from 1:00 a.m. to 9:00a.m. on Bay Street in downtown Nassau.
Here in Marsh Harbor the themes are similar but special honor is paid to a local hero Perry Archer. Mr. Archer and his wife Evelyn were entrepreneurs and community servants. At the entrance to the existing government dock in Marsh Harbour there is a roundabout. On this ...
Hi everyone. Sorry it's taken so long to update this blog. We just haven't been able to get good internet coverage. We are in Hope Town in the Abacos and enjoying just relaxing for a change. We went back up the Exumas and stayed one night at the marina in Highborne Cay and then crossed into the western tip of Eleuthera anchoring at Royal Island for a night and then continued on another 57 miles to Little Harbor Abaco. Our weather ...
... it. Conch shells are a work of art and certainly a marvel of mother nature. The Queen conch can live up to 30 years and grow to over a foot in length. They have been over harvested and can no longer be taken from the waters in Florida. Their situation is not quite so desperate here in the Bahamas, but as more juveniles are harvested, they may become endangered here. I think I have eaten my last conch salad. We are near a beach that reportedly has the world’s ...