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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... we bought a Bahama phone. We will use it to call marinas while down here and also for emergencies. We also went to the bank and then walked to Maxwells for food. The store clerk called our cab driver when we were done and he returned us to the marina.
Tonight is Rib night at the Jib Room. We are ready to pig out. T-storms and high winds are predicted for tonight and all weekend. Must be the arctic front coming south. NE winds 20-30 with cooler temps. ...
... aft and to inspect all guest and crew cabins for smoke. What is going on now!? We had only left shore an hour prior and the smoke we could smell was from a fire pit of some sort, not the boat.
We were then in Nassau for two days at the cruise ship terminal. We had a crew dinner before leaving which happened to have karaoke set up outside, how perfect! We then left for Baker's Bay, a private island for the rich and famous. The guest trip ended up ...
... is connected to your mouthpiece. It was a different and fun experience but also a bit uncomfortable as it was a struggle getting used to the breathing under water. We went to two different dive spots and saw some amazingly beautiful fish, so bright and vibrant, and also a big stingray. We got to see the plane wreck that was put down there for the filming of Jaws 4 and dived around the waters where they shot scenes from blue crush and finding nemo. Dinner on Saturday night we went ...
... sculptor, who settled here over 50 years ago. The Johnston family built a Bronze Art Foundry to cast their renowned “lost wax” sculptures. Randolph’s son Peter Johnston continues creating artwork in bronze that depicts the marine wildlife in this area. See http://www.petespubandgallery.com. The harbor has about 20 moorings at $20 if staying overnight. You can moor at no expense if you are stopping for a daytime visit ...
... the most beautiful, they are a string of hundreds of small (and 3 large) islands in a small curve about 120 miles long with very deep water one side (5km) and a large area of shallow on the leeward side (3 to 12ft), beautiful clear water, coral .and loads of fish
17/4 We sailed 20 miles down the leeward shallow coast and initially stopped at Chapmans Cay but the cost of the marina was $4 a foot for a berth (marina had 400 berths and only 1 boat in - no wonder at those ...
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