Hope Town Harbour Lodge
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Monday February 9th 2015
Our first full day in Hope Town started as a lazy day… snoozing, reading and a very slow start. We then walked to The Abacore Inn which we are told was about a 3.5 mile walk. Along the way we stopped in at The Firefly Inn to make our dinner reservations as we had heard that this was a lovely place …
... for the trip.
First stop, Sandy Cay which is a marked dive site it was very choppy with surge but not much current so not a difficult swimming situation. The boys geared up and off they went, it was a good dive lots of coral and fish life. After there dive I went for a snorkel with Bryan it really is a large bank of coral and fish of all kinds my hight light was to see a trigger ...
... by water to get around. Of course, there are also a number of sailing charter boats (the charter bases are in Marsh Harbour), as well as trawlers / larger power boats mainly from Florida. Many of the shorelines are lined with summer homes and rental properties. There are a lot of Americans here during their summer ...
... the key to unlock it. So she hopped in and introduced herself as Abba from France and her husband from Germany. They were sailing to Bermuda and then back to Europe where they spend 6 months at their home and then 6 months in the Bahamas.
Friday, April 4 we left Marsh Harbor at 9:30 a.m. bound for Treasure cay. It was a gorgeous day with a 10 knot breeze. We arrived a short 3 hours later and anchored in the harbor. We'll stay here a few days before heading to Hopetown.
... day. By the time reasonable weather for an Abacos transit was forecast to arrive on Saturday, March 23, there was quite a crowd of boats anxious to get underway. We departed Meeks Patch at 0715 and arrived at Little Harbour, Great Abaco, at the southern tip of the Sea of Abaco in the late afternoon. The day's winds were generally south and varied from 10 to 20 knots and we sailed wing and wing, main and genoa most of the way, furling ...