Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort
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Having had a bumpy night we decide to head over to the other side of the Abaco Sea and get some shelter from the Westerly and Northerly winds forecast for the next 3 days. Once the weather settles we need to head on up through whale channel to start our transit to Florida. Pleasantly surprised, after a very dodgy/shallow entry we find a large …
... island, which took about 5/10 minutes. Here we found a man-made lagoon, the water was salty from the sea but there was no current so it was relaxing! Once we got back on the boat we had a short nap and then got ready for dinner and our last night out before were landed back on the shores of Miami, the following ...
From Great Guana Cay we had to take an "outside" passage. We sailed for a short time past Whale Cay which is exposed to the Atlantic side. This passage is called: The Whale.
We had good weather to do "The Whale" and then continued up to Green Turtle Cay. ...
... with British friends Barb and Andy of S/V Ptarmigan. This also included some quality snorkeling. We worried a bit that Jim might get worn out before the passage! We did, however, return to Marsh Harbour on the 13th as our intended visit to Guana Cay was disrupted by a change in the wind that made the anchorage there undesirable. But a departure for the Chesapeake in two days on the 15th looked like a good weather opportunity….
... smell of the salt air, the wind, the excitement of entering a new port, the lack of cars, the Albury Ferries, fresh fish, the sound of bow thrusters in the morning as the fisherman leave, the constant rocking of the boat, happy faces, no TV and no news, the colors of the water, the sand under our feet, the sun, choosing our next destination, learning about the Bahamians, walking everywhere, dinghy rides, meeting new people, the sunsets, the sun rises and on and on. Most of all, ...