Palm Bay Beach Club
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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... a boaters appy night (I like to call these corn buffets :-)) in the captains club house so we will likely go to that and I'll cook something here on the boat the supplies are getting low but I'm sure I can think of something.
We were off the dock by 9:30 the skipper said we should be with the winds mostly at our back, making our way to Staniel Cay. I have to say the Exuma Sound was not really thrilled to see us it was choppy getting ...
The winds are blowing really hard today the palm trees are whipping pretty good out there. So what to do today, I'm thinking I'll start the day with a nice long walk around the golf course and perhaps I'll try and get a spot at the pool at our neighbouring resort it is really too windy for the beach. My walk was wonderful what a lovely golf course beautiful views of the ocean, palm trees lots of sand traps it would be a difficult one ...
... couple, Ian and Jennifer (Lost Puppy) how to play Mexican Train Dominos. What fun! Also, we've had the chance to spend time with Dave, from Bliss II, who was our buddy boat for about three months last spring/summer. You'll see from the pictures that we are all rather silly with the way that we've become the "Bear Clan"...Dave started it. ;)
We've had nothing but trouble with our dinghy motor ever since the start of this leg back in Indiantown. First it ...
... it was time for another dip in the water. This time as we headed towards the beach we were greeted by 4 giant stingrays looking for lunch of their own. Tyler and Maya fed the family of stingrays conch scraps from the Conch Bar.
During the trip over from Black Point our SSB radio antenna came tumbling down from the top of the mast. This time it was ...
... I agreed it didn't look too bad. The wind had been blowing E-NE for days so there was a definite swell, at least 5-6 feet. Heading directly into them was tricky but Denny did just fine and we went to course and put the main and jib up. What a ride we had. We entered the harbor at 3:30 pm and dropped the hook. We are pretty pooped. The boat got a good salt water bath and so did we. We'll be here probably the whole week as the winds are supposed to die down by Saturday.