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Pretty, picturesque Hope Town!!! We are happy to be in this lovely little town, and little did we know, we got here at a great time of year. There aren't the crowds of the winter or spring, and many businesses close in about a week (mid-August), so we are just in time to still enjoy! We've been here before. Four years ago we spent ten ...
... room. After this you enter the terminal where some pleasant person (who is smiling and laughing with the guests) greets you and asks how you are. Then they direct you to the line for checking in. There are several people checking your booking papers to direct your to the correct check in person. After about 20 minutes you have your picture taken for your room key, and are requested to sit in the lounge area until your number ...
... 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 ...
... down about 40 miles of one side of the island and round the corner into Calabash Bay, a stunning bay with glorious white sand (and nothing much else) and anchored overnight, we decided to head for the nearest proper town and get some conversation and hopefully a bit of life
12/4 We set off and sailed the 25 miles down to Georgetown the capital of the Exumas and a proper town (possibly even bigger than Edenbridge) and after an exciting zigzaggy sail in through the ...
... The current owner Pete Johnston,
continues sculpting and casting…a tradition that began with his father over 50 years ago.
When going ashore with the dinghy to Pete's Pub, we did not have a pier to tie up to. It was a sandy beach right in front of the pub. So, when we first got there, we pulled the dinghy up onto the beach, and
when we got back, the tide had gone out leaving the dinghy 50' from the
water. It weighs about 300 lbs ...
Other places to stay in Great Abaco Island
1 Lubbers Lane, Great Abaco Island | Lodgefrom $232