Guana Beach Resort and Marina
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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... dingy to get to the settlement/village for eggs, bread, juices etc. One afternoon our outboard quit working and we got a tow from a local fishing boat. Lots of fun. We met the couple from Capricious, John & Kim, standing in line at the Lauderdale airport at the same time. They flew from Hamilton Ontario and plan to cruise the next several months too.
Christmas Day all boaters were invited to a Christmas pot luck at Brendal's Dive Shop ...
... turquoise waters of the Abaco Sea. We anchored in Marsh Harbor at 1:30 pm.We were traveling with two other boats, Zippity Doo Dah, an Island Packet from Anchorage Alaska with Brenda and Art and Lattitudes, a Tartan 31 from Winnepeg with Linda and Noel aboard. We all got our dingys in the water and met at Snappas for seafood. The next day was our provisioning day. Motored ashore and walked to the local bank and Maxwell's a good sized supermarket. Now we've got our tote ...
... driving wind and rain, not knowing the status of the anchor. It was still out in front of the boat and perhaps providing some bit of hold. Fortunately no other boats were dragging down upwind of his position.
Looking back at the large motor yacht behind him, he could see a woman inside through the window watching him as she sipped from a champagne flute – apparently oblivious to the potential of crunching fiberglass. After ...
the reef passage was surprisingly calm and we came back and anchored off the Snappas Bar in Marsh Harbour too late to get gas until Monday.
Marsh Harbour is probably our favourite place in the Bahamas – still not the Caribean but fun and pleasant. We went ashore and had steak and chips after 2 days of no hot food
HEAVEN and a few margaritas
5/5 we moved into the Harbour view marina and continued to dry out the ...
... the bottom is sand (not mud) and every destination is another tropical paradise.
We've stayed very busy. Planning routes, sailing Esprit de Mer, doing maintenance and repairs, sailing, anchoring, cooking, cleaning. Our "taxi" is the little rubber dinghy. Getting from an anchored boat into the dinghy with dogs, bikes, laundry, trash and each other is an effort. Then
driving to a dinghy dock, inspecting for nails and splinters (before we tie ...
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