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Calabash Bay, Long Island to GGT
We made a quick trip back to GGT to pick up a package, stock up on groceries, swim with our favourite dolphin Nicky, and say our goodbyes to the locals we've gotten to know.
Next stop, Cat Island!
... stop. The islands left are pretty remote, with tons of beauty and little civilization. We would love to take our time, but we got a late start to this trip and we need to keep moving. We had some spectacular natural experiences, but the big detractor that keeps arising is every town we’ve been to feels run down. It's really a lack of resources and the ramifications of a ...
... up on a chair since I could not hoist David up. The top of the mast feels a lot taller when you look down to the boat but the view 70 feet high was amazing. Though the view was spectacular, I wouldn't volunteer to go up all the time. While Dave and I were working on the antenna, the kids stayed on the beach and created a masterpiece - their maiden of the sea.
... 8230;let’s go with that. Most unique moment of the day: Coming back to our stateroom at the end of the night, where there was a monkey (wearing Hayley’s sunglasses) hanging on our curtains. Coolest moment of the day: Watching a pod of dolphins – from our private balcony – jump in and out of the water alongside the Allure. Quote of the day: "Jetlag: it gets ya in different ways." –Hayley after a two-hour nap ...
We departed Acklins Island at 1:30 AM on May 2 bound for Water Cay in the Jumentos Cays - a string of Cays extending south from the Exuma Cays. This is another remote destination, but we expected we'd finally see other cruising boats here as it's closer to the popular Exumas. Wind was ENE 15-25 and we sailed with double reef main and full genoa.
We timed the departure from Acklins to arrive at the Diana Banks just before sunrise. The Diana Banks ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalm Bay Beach Club Great Exuma
This hotel is really highly recommendable; you have kayak, peddle boat and lots of other stuff for free available ;-)). They also offer shuttle service to Georgetown. Rooms are big, with kitchenette and well equipped. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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