Stella Maris Resort Club
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... any of the sports activities, the walk to the bar was enough. Had a beer to wish Baz a happy birthday as we couldn't celebrate with him back home. After re boarding the ship we had yet more food and spent the afternoon up on deck catching a few rays. We have had a small shower or 2 today and its not quite as hot as we are used to but still pleasant around 26 degrees. Miami was unusually warmer ...
... Sound, only about 15nm NE from Cape Santa Maria, Long Island and 37nm from Georgetown, Great Exuma. See Google Earth N23*50' + W075*07'. It is a Bahamas National Park and under the protection of The Bahamas National Trust. We're not exactly sure what this “protection” means as our cruising guides provide conflicting information. Normally reliable Pavlidis states the land is a “no take” and “no trash” ...
... of Reef Harbour in early light was straightforward as we had our chartplotter breadcrumb trail from our incoming route to follow out. Once out and underway we enjoyed a fabulous open ocean sail, boldly trolling four baits in the light conditions. But we got no strikes.
We arrived at Calabash Bay around 1230 and anchored in the southern portion of the Bay, where it appeared to have less swell. Calabash is the first ...
Well, that whole thing about the weather cooperating? We ended up spending another day in George Town. A front had moved through while we were there, which didn't feel like a huge deal in the harbor, but when we heard the prediction of the sea state outside, we decided we would wait another day to let the seas lay down a bit. It was just as well anyway - it gave us some time to relax before a grueling few days over to Turks & Caicos. Pete and ...
... its widest point, sandwiched by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean; you can experience two completely opposite bodies of water. The Atlantic side is a deep indigo blue with waves crashing the coral rock coastline, and sights of boats and cruise ships every day. The Caribbean side is the most turquoise, beautiful shimmering water with the whitest, sugar beach you might ever see in a lifetime; with water clear enough to drink, you can ...