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 ...
... up with UV lotions and baked by the water's edge. Back from the beach, a full buffet lunch was provided with ample shaded picnic tables. It was actually a pretty decent spread, with char-broiled burgers, hot dogs and ribs, lots of fruit, salads, breads and desserts and cold beverages. Alcohol was available at separate bars,
By early afternoon we headed back to the ship with glowing skin.
... more shops, another bar set up, another barbeque and another beach volley court too. It was a shame that we had limited time there – 9am – 3.30pm because it really was a pretty spot.
One other thing we did was to go the local Craft Market which was tucked away behind the Princess shops. Unfortunately “admittance” to this fenced off area was restricted by a security guard pointing to a sign that a cruise card and ...
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
... in the day had lessened and the jaunt back to the boat into the wind was not a difficult one.
We spent five nights anchored in the northwestern corner of the harbor for the passage of two separate frontal systems. The temperatures were very cool and we had to unpack some warm clothes. On Monday, March 4 after brisk winds through mid-afternoon, we moved across to the eastern side of the harbor near town. In the meantime, we had done ...