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Here is another video... our trip back across the top of Eleuthera with a visit to Preacher's Cave (Jan 6, 2015). I have too much video of our 1 months stay on Harbour Island - it will take some time to organize. I'll post it in orderly bits later. For now, the 2014-15 trip continues...
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... off and begin exploring Harbor Island by golf cart. When we got to the opposite side of the dock, all the tie offs were taken and as we reluctantly sighted an empty spot in very shallow water, another helpful operator on the dock motioned for us to return quickly to the opposite side to tie off. We turned the boat around and were horrified by the sight of a huge... I really mean HUGE! ferry boat that transports folks from Nassau to Harbor Island twice a day. Needless to ...
Leaving Royal Island as the tide was rising we headed into the harbour at Spanish Wells. As we entered the channel we ground to a stop having already navigated 2 miles with 0m under the keel and we were now supposed to be in deep water! All the old Solent sailing tricks came out as we tried to get Ellisa a float. Sails out on one side, boom out on same side and eventually we hung water containers off the end of the boom ...
... the tiniest teeniest little fish which swam in and out between
my fingers and toes. At one point I
found a large rock just a foot below me and, swimming around the rock, was the
largest fish I saw today. Reckon that he
must have been about 18 -20 inches in length and he had a silver body and a
bright yellow head. I tried to reach out
and touch him but he swam around the rock the other way. I swam around the rock too, trying to catch
... challenge on the bank side of Eleuthera. We had to wait until after 0900 to leave in order to gain enough direct sunlight on the water to illuminate the shallows, but the high and outgoing tide would be in our favor. Any "deep" water was no more than about fifteen feet. Once rounding Powell Point, we'd turn southeast along the “south coast” of Eleuthera into the deep water of Exuma Sound for a good trolling opportunity along a deep ...