Powell Pointe Resort at Cape Eleuthera
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... no pun intended) and between the other masts are a further 2 staysails. These sit side on to she ship rather than square. The square ones catch the wind from behind and the spankers and staysails stabilise the ship when we role and help if we have a sudden change of wind.
So that's my understanding of sailing thus far! Probably not 100% correct but better than before.At least with this tall ship anyway.
There's a mixture of crew on ...
... sanctuary.Four double-decker tenders ferry passengers from the anchored ship to a secluded dock at the southern end of the two-mile long crescent beach.
We got there early and had our pick of the many beach lounges spread along the sand. Four-person clam shell cabanas were available for rent, and for parties of up to 12 revelers, there are two-storey beach cabins for rent with large hot ...
... ID was required. The guard said we were all informed on board … it was the first I had heard about it and some passengers who were at the gate arguing with the security guard were clearly also outraged.
Hard to believe but both Doug and I had our drivers’ licence with us and we were allowed in. I bought some postcards and would have bought a lovely bracelet only it was a tad small and I didn’t want to alter it. So sadly, ...
Or…better yet, and hear me out here, how about NOT bringing a child not
old enough to know how to behave on a cruise?
Yaaaaaaaaaaaaay great idea! Give me an award!
So anyway, we think
the kids will be in bed soon then Dave and I can venture down for some food in
a more tranquil setting. I won't say the
kids on board are ruining it because that is not at all true. It is in fact the first time ever we have
... work with our remaining blog entries that would allow us to more speedily handle the process of loading text and photos once we would have internet access again. We could pick up a signal from the boat, but it was a terribly slow connection—no doubt because an abundance of users were probably clogging up a relatively small “pipe”. It simply wouldn't be able to handle our uploads. Donna decided to wake up at midnight to see ...