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... aft and to inspect all guest and crew cabins for smoke. What is going on now!? We had only left shore an hour prior and the smoke we could smell was from a fire pit of some sort, not the boat.
We were then in Nassau for two days at the cruise ship terminal. We had a crew dinner before leaving which happened to have karaoke set up outside, how perfect! We then left for Baker's Bay, a private island for the rich and famous. The guest trip ended up ...
... the three of us (OK, mainly the guys ;-)) had caught 55 fishes - wow! Back on the beach we enjoyed another good lunch and playing with the rays and sharks in the bay.
Just being out on the boat, gliding over this amazingly blue water and feeling free and alive we once again realized how lucky we are. Truly, the final days of our great adventure could not be better! But we are also (painfully) aware that the end is coming closer and closer….
... famous (according to them) Nippers Beach Bar and Grill and also Grabbers, another beach-front resort and restaurant where families were enjoying their Spring break time together. Great Guana is a large island with few settlements, but they host big fishing tournaments. While we traveled around The Sea of Abaco, we kept running into folks from the Midwest. Docked at Green Turtle, Jim Guy came by the boat one morning and said he was also ...
... 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 ...
... Chesterfield MI. The owners soon arrived and dingied over to us and couldn't believe we were also from MI. They are John & Kathy and have just arrived in the Bahamas after bringing their boat all the way from Chesterfield MI, beginning in August of 2011. Can't believe it but John actually had an Albatross Yacht Club t-shirt on with the 2009 Race Series imprinted on the back. He also has a Kent Sail main! We will meet them at 6 pm tomorrow for pizza night at the Tipsy Seagull.
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