Coral Caverns Dive Resort

Address: Andros, Out Islands, Bahamas | Resort
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This resort, located in Andros, is near Blue Holes, Forfar Field Station, Andros Wall, and Morgan's Bluff.
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      Nassau Adventure

      A travel blog entry by hhjhumangeo on Jan 21, 2015

      4 photos

      ... history on how the stairs became the stairs. As we were climbing up the stairs it was really cool looking at all the greenery growing from the stair cases. It wa growing all around and creating lots of ivy and weeds that decorated the stairs. It was so beautiful and made the stairs a lot more fun to explore on the way up. After we reached the top, our tour guide gave up the opportunity to explore the land for a while and we all took the time to admire the waterfall that flowed ...

      Oh dinghy, wherefore art thou??

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Jan 02, 2015

      ... mile away from Wardrick wells Cay. Tony and I agreed that was what they said. It was an hour later still bouncing away in the chop. we agreed that what they had actually said was 4 miles.

      I got a very relieved Liza on the handheld VHF to tell her "Desperation" was safe and she could call off the search.
      We made it to about 300ft short of Inspiration before we ran out of fuel. The Parks boys came to the rescue again and towed us the last bit.

      Really at wardrick wells this time

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Dec 30, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      I know the blog has the last few days in the same spot but it was too hard to shift it.
      So now we really are in Wardrick wells.
      Tony and Liza spent some time here on their last seasons run. They (Liza more than Tony) talked often about how great the Marine parks guys and the Bahamian Defence Force guys stationed there are. So we couldnt miss out on a visit.
      The sail over was very ...

      Allens Cay. A mess of Iguanas.

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Dec 30, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... Apparently lousy holding and shallow. But still. As you see in the photos. An anchorage well worth a look next time your sailing through.

      Our return trip to the boats included a snorkel. I wasnt expecting much as the area seems mostly san but there was a surprising amount and variety of fish. It was nice to get into the water anyway.

      To Shroud Cay . It just gets more beutiful

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Dec 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... system let out to the ocean side with a clear blue pool of water and a sand bar with a little surf. A swim was mandatory in the warm ebb flow that had been heating up in the sun all afternoon.
      "Ebb" flow is an important detail. One should also note the time of day when setting off.
      The trip back was somewhat more interesting with rapidly shallowing water and the dark chasing it. But it was great fun and made the trip more challenging.