Abaco Beach Resort And Boat Harbour Marina

Address: Bay Street, Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | 3 star resort
 
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Location

This 3 star resort, located on Bay Street, Marsh Harbour, is near Dive Abaco, Elbow Cay, Tahiti Beach, and Manjack Cay.
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    Travel Blogs from Marsh Harbour

    Bahamas

    A travel blog entry by philmillard on Apr 30, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... from the beach !!

    27/4 We set off for Bermuda against a heavy sea and wind and could only go north (proper track 055) and only made 100 milesin the first day

    28/4 The wind eased a bit round to east and we started to gain a little easterly and get the benefit of a little help from the gulf stream and made 110 miles in the day, but disaster struck our large gas bottle 26 lbs ran out late at night (after only 5 weeks use) so we headed back for The Abaco’s ...

    Repairs, rest and relaxation

    A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Feb 26, 2013

    6 comments, 14 photos

    ... and Bob) and Vincent were great. Bob, Phyllis and Vincent attend Pastor Randy’s church on Man O War Cay.

    So the marina was beautiful, on a small Bahamas scale. Small office, slow Internet, small pool, etc. but quaint and very clean, everywhere. Additionally, the management knows everyone that does good work on boats around the island. We had a young man, Albert Electronics***? come by after a couple ...

    The beautiful Abacos

    A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Apr 08, 2012

    11 photos

    ... the grounds full time because the torch has to be lit every two hours all night long. A beautiful sight to see. He told them that during Hurricane Irene this past summer they kept the light on and the residents of all the surrounding islands for 20 miles were so grateful. We'll be leaving here on Wednesday and going to Treasure Cay. We'll update the blog and do our emails then. We'll be in touch. (There are some pictures below)
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    More Green Turtle

    A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on Mar 30, 2011

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... of sand dollars. Some days handfuls can be gathered from the sand. Not our luck today, though. There is still plenty to see. We gather shells and more sea urchins until the tide starts rolling in and the beach begins to disappear. Back to the boat and a quick stop at the grocer’s for some very expensive lettuce. A quick dip in the pool is refreshing and welcome. It’s going to be an early night tonight…all that sun and water have made us very ...

    Man O War and Great Guana Cays

    A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on Mar 18, 2011

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... thought we’d give it a try. Nothing worse than a drunken sailor trying to blow a conch shell.
    Dale and Mercedes made it over this afternoon and have snagged the last mooring ball in the harbor, next to us. It’s always good to see them. Dale built his sailboat. One of those 3 year turned 11 years projects. I’m sure he will have lot to talk about with the boat builders here.
    We have been totally without the internet for the last couple of days and I ...