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. ...
... Chesterfield MI. The owners soon arrived and dingied over to us and couldn't believe we were also from MI. They are John & Kathy and have just arrived in the Bahamas after bringing their boat all the way from Chesterfield MI, beginning in August of 2011. Can't believe it but John actually had an Albatross Yacht Club t-shirt on with the 2009 Race Series imprinted on the back. He also has a Kent Sail main! We will meet them at 6 pm tomorrow for pizza night at the Tipsy Seagull.
... fascinating and held us captive all afternoon. We hunt for crabs and conch and marvel at the mangroves taking root along the shore. The mangroves send out shoots in perfectly straight lines that look like sentinels. We are sure that next year this year this area will look much different as the mangroves take hold. Denny finds some juvenile conch in the shallows. I love fresh conch salad, but as I learn more about the plight of the Queen conch, the more reluctant I am ...