Dolphin Beach Resort
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... not noticing the waves so I went back to the boat to rest in the sun. The boys said it was a good dive along the outside of the reef so that was good.
It took us a couple of hours to slowly cruise back over to Marsh harbour we arrived on the dock around 4 for the night. The St. Patricks day celebration parade was in full force by 5 the locals and boaters were all dressed up partying down the street which we watched from our cockpit my men are not ...
... played in the water. We sailed back to Marsh Harbour for a couple days as some unsettled weather was moving in. Tomorrow we will get groceries first thing and then sail over to Tahiti Beach at Elbow Cay.
We sailed over to Tahiti Beach, which is a quiet little cove with a long beach and a couple small hotels in front. We went to the beach and walked out on the sandbar with Sadie so she could cool ...
A short sail North west and we stopped in Powell Cay over night. A dinghy ride and walk along the beach before supper and a but of shark spotting put us off a sunset swim. The beach in the bay was stunning but a walk across the Island led to rubbish strewn beach on the Atlantic side - all sorts of rubbish washed ...
... for boarding. Then you get your boarding picture done and you enter the ship. Upon stepping onto the deck you are greeted by smiling faces of crew and officers and pleasantly guided to your room or to the Lido deck for lunch. The whole process takes about 45 minutes and you feel like they actually want you there. The airlines and airports need to take lessons from the cruise industry.
We found our cabin and waiting ...
... is a terrific and challenging sailing ground. Google Earth this, zoom in and look around >> 26°33'N, 077° W. Bordering the Sea of Abaco is the island of Great Abaco on one side, with numerous smaller cays on the other, creating barrier islands separating the Sea from the Atlantic. The Sea itself is terrific because it’s (generally) sheltered from the ocean and the waters found will be the beautiful Bahamas-renown, zillion ...