Paradise Bay Bahamas

Queens Highway, Great Exuma, Out Islands, 00000, Bahamas | Lodge
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A first taste of the real Bahamas

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger


Ahhh, the Exuma islands are absolutely beautiful! Even our flight there was fantastic as we got to see all those small islands, cays and turquoise water from up above. Yes, finally the sun was out again in full force ;-))!

We checked into a nice bungalow on the beach and headed out to explore this gem of an island. George Town is the biggest settlement on the island and barely counts a couple of houses. We ...

Saturday, March 24

A travel blog entry by savagetwo


We left Georgetown at 8 a.m. with all the other snowbirds heading north. We had a great down wind ride and arrived at Galliot Cut at 3 pm and we were off the Atlantic and back on the shallow Bahama Bank. Denny trolled for a while then had a FISH ON. He fought the Mahi for a half hour and it got away about 10 feet from the boat. It was a beauty too. We arrived at Black Point anchorage around 5 pm. By the time we got the dingy in the water and the motor on it ...

Leaving paradise

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

Hi everyone. As of right now it looks like we and 3/4 of the over 300 boats anchored here are leaving tomorrow. We are headed for Black Point about 50 miles to the north. We'll keep ya posted once we get another chance at the internet. All our love.

St. Francis Resort

A travel blog entry by savagetwo


... for months at a time to escape the northern winter and meet up with cruising friends year after year. We will probably be here til Saturday. The winds are supposed to die down by then and so are the seas. Tomorrow we will dingy across the harbor to the town for provisions.

Georgetown or Bust!

A travel blog entry by savagetwo


We left Black Point at 7 a.m. and sailed down the shallow Bahama banks for 2 hours and then we reached Galliot Cut, a narrow passage that opens up to the Atlantic waters. There are numerous cuts along the string of Exumas and in order to get to Georgetown we have to go into the Atlantic. We planned to arrive at this cut at slack low tide since ebb tide flows can build a wall of water here. Rather like a standstill tsunami. I double checked the waves through the binos and ...

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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding