Andros Beach Club

Address: Private Beach, Andros, Out Islands, 3691454, Bahamas | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Private Beach, Andros, is near Blue Holes, Forfar Field Station, Somerset Beach, and Morgan's Bluff.
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    Travel Blogs from Andros

    Exploring castaway cay

    A travel blog entry by misiurka on Apr 09, 2015

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    To day we had a buffet breakfast and put on out beach clothes because we had to get off at a special private disney island. First we went swimming at the beach and went on a water slide. There was two slides one was a open roof slide and a dark closed one. It was so fun. After that dad and I went snorkelling and spotted some ...

    At Sea

    A travel blog entry by roamingrunner on Mar 10, 2015

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    Since today is a Sea Day (meaning we do not drop anchor), I thought I'd describe our ship a little more. The Regal Princess debuted last year, which means that this is her maiden season. You can really tell the ship is brand-new and the crew is very proud of her.

    Our room this time was a mini-suite, which means that in addition to a balcony we also had a separate sitting room. They saved a ton of space on this ...

    Princess Cays

    A travel blog entry by roamingrunner on Mar 09, 2015

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    Today we docked in Princess Cays, a private beach specifically designed for cruisers. The beach is located in the Bahamas, a hop, skip, and a jump from Florida. Yesterday we spent relaxing on the beach (for a couple of hours in the shade - both of us are sensitive to the sun), then we headed back to the boat for trivia. Not to brag, but we are pretty good! Usually they have teams of 6 answering questions but we typically test just ourselves. We get all of the history, art, and ...

    First Impressions

    A travel blog entry by roxie.carpenter on Feb 21, 2015

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    It had been a long journey to get to the ship with transfers and stopovers but there I was at last stood at St.George's wharf, Nassau amongst a huge crowd of people looking at The Lord Nelson being dwarfed by 3 huge cruise ships. It made her look small compared to the floating skyscrapers next to her but I was still impressed. She is 54m long with a steel hull, has 3 masts and 2 deckhouses. She is painted blue and white with her name scrolled across the bow in gold. Nassau itself was ...

    What a day, no coco cay!

    A travel blog entry by ally9805 on Jan 08, 2011

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    ... it was so cool. There was tons of different stuff on the wall and the drinks were really good! I had a Bahama mama :) The pub was called the Green Parrot Pub, so if you're ever in Nassau, check it out! The bartender was really cool and they're on facebook as well!

    So we go back to the ship and call it a night. I can't wait for a day of sightseeing and shopping tomorrow!

    -xoxo
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