Green Turtle Club & Marina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreen Turtle Club & Marina Great Abaco Island
Fun place and great band
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... on everything. I will go exploring a bit too.
I have been terribly homesick the last week, my heart literally hurt. I was quite ready to make a move, but then realised... Make the best of any situation, whether it be unexpected, bad, miserable, confusing, anything. I got my Bahamian simcard so can be in touch a bit more and Jennifer and I had a little chat. I have decided to accept the fact that I am nanny first, ...
... N + 078*17’17.04”W. To get into the best anchor spot requires that you meander through some shallows at mid tide or higher and thread a needle between some rocks and a sand bar, with the degree of difficulty increased by any tidal flow and wind. Not for the faint of heart. Once in, it’s drop-dead gorgeous. Our pictures provide the best description of the setting. This is one of the most exotic anchorages we've ever been ...
... to get a picture of one of them spouting. We then went in through a difficult reef entrance and anchored in 2m water in Abrahams Bay, the sea was lumpy so we didn't go ashore to check into the Bahamas.
We did go snorkeling and the water clarity was outstanding – as good as the Tobago cays
6/4We went ashore to go and check into the Bahamas (expensive $300 for a 1 year permit), they were having a powercut (common I understand) so there was no wifi or ...
... outside of the harbor for a couple of evenings and then a storm was coming through so we transferred to the tiny harbor filled with mooring balls. Another community existed in the harbor, some boats stay there, at $20 a day for months. The mooring balls allow the maximum amount of boats safely, the various colored balls identify the owner and who to pay.
One live aboard couple set up a Tarzan ...
... checked the chart and found Great Sale Cay was the nearest anchorage. Ruth went to sleep and I started the long, slow process of sailing directly into a very light wind. Distance “as the crow flies” from where our engine stopped to where we anchored was only 10 miles. But sailing into the wind, you need to “tack”: repeatedly zig-zagging back and forth gaining a little more distance ...