Lochabar Beach Lodge

Address: 1 mi south of Clarence Town at Big Blue Hole, Long Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 1 mi south of Clarence Town at Big Blue Hole, Long Island.
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Travel Blogs from Long Island

Long Island - Clarence Town

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Mar 20, 2014

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... I think! Very clean, fab churches although maybe could do with a little shop or bank! 22/3/14 Plans to move out the marina but fuel boat has arrived and we are trapped in! Hey, at least it's calm in here for a few hours longer! Sitting watching movies we are invaded by the local moth, that Eric was convinced was a bat, at least the size of Eric's hand! Enough said Sally hides down stairs whilst Eric try's to get a picture. 4 moths later all lights are turned off and they fly ...

Cruising Long Island, Bahamas

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Dec 15, 2012

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... farther southeast in the Bahamas island chain to Crooked and Acklins Islands.

We departed Reef Harbour/Port Howe on the southern coast of Cat Island on December 15, 2012 at 0830, bound for Calabash Bay on Long Island, approximately 30nm directly south. With winds forecast to be 10-12 kts from the NE, we set our lightweight Code 0 reaching sail for the first time on this cruise along with the full mainsail. Picking our ...

A little slice of paradise!

A travel blog entry by bonnie.len on Mar 11, 2012

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... She pointed out many of the spots that might interest us along the way including places to get groceries, drinking water and restaurants. She asked us if we would like to stop at a liquor store and of course we said yes. This store was owned by her cousin and she was a sweetheart. We got a 24 of Kalik, the beer of the Bahamas and a bottle of gin and some tonic. She said "you must be thirsty so let me change a few of your beers for cold ...

Days 22-24: Fresh Fish!

A travel blog entry by mbust02 on Dec 18, 2010

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... passages with all four of us sound asleep down below.

The first night we anchored at the north tip of Long Island. The plan was to get up early and try to sail east to Rum Cay (for obvious reasons), then due south to Clarence Town. Unfortunately the winds were straight out of the east and it'd be a long rough day of motoring to Rum Cay. The plans changed and we turned south for Clarence Town. All of ...

The Bahamas, Long Island

A travel blog entry by heybails11 on Dec 14, 2010

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... 8217;s conch bar is also another must-see stop. It is a small tiki bar along the main road, located in Deadman’s Cay. Max himself does all of the cooking. There are many flavorful island drinks to enjoy while propped up at the bar, there is also various memorabilia decorating the entire cabana. The walls are filled with United States license plates, which give you a homey feel, and the unique collections found on the beach will ...

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