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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A good sail through the whale cut with an expensive mega yacht having to crawl along behind us as channel to shallow for him to pass! But we all got through and arrived at White sound by 5 in time for a brief stroll and live music in the marina in the evening. A good turnout but we could not quite work out the rhythm of the music despite all the …
... the costumes amazing, the family atmosphere....priceless. All kids, whether on the street formally performing, or on the sidelines are "in the parade" its infectious. It is a must do for the families on the island.
The largest Junkanoo in the Bahamas is in Nassau and is a magnificent celebration of life and freedom. It is celebrated in two spectacular parades on Boxing Day, December 26, ...
... Chesterfield MI. The owners soon arrived and dingied over to us and couldn't believe we were also from MI. They are John & Kathy and have just arrived in the Bahamas after bringing their boat all the way from Chesterfield MI, beginning in August of 2011. Can't believe it but John actually had an Albatross Yacht Club t-shirt on with the 2009 Race Series imprinted on the back. He also has a Kent Sail main! We will meet them at 6 pm tomorrow for pizza night at the Tipsy Seagull.
... rolled through and the power came back on, we had movie night on the dock. We set the TV and DVD player up on the companion way top. Dale made popcorn and we all got cozy in the cockpit. We were more than ready for a low key night. It was our last hurrah together.
Today started out cool which was good because we had prep work to do. This afternoon on my last beach walk, I met 2 three legged dogs, Oreo and Tripod, and no camera, darn it! They are both "pot ...
... we arrived at West End on Feb. 22 that we have electricity. Every day and night we have been using our generator to keep the boat's batteries charged so we could run our small freezer and refrigerator, the hot water heater, use our computer and radio and charge our camera batteries . We also used our gimbled oil lamp and a candle. But now we're plugged in and the stereo is on and we don't have to run the generator at all.