Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Fab place to be with all facilities
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Travel Blogs from Treasure Cay
... stay here for a couple days until the weather settles a bit as we want to head over to Green Turtle Cay, but need to go through two cuts to get there. We also caught up with Dos Libras. I had been following them on FB for a while and didn't realize that we were in Georgetown the same time as them. They were always a few days ahead of us on the same route so it was interesting to read their blog and see what information I could ...
... back on ship by 2:45. Once back on ship we stopped for chocolate ice cream cones. Yummy! It's all about the food, ha ha. Went to the early show , singing and dancing it was good. Then went to Casino before dinner, Ken got his casino credit of $50. He gave me $10 and i managed to play for 40 minutes and cashed out at $10. Ken played $20 and cashed out at $17. After dinner I lost the ...
... about 1am and then the marina was shut, so he had slept in an abandoned yacht outside. We went and checked out and at about 2pm headed off for Cat Island on an overnighter, having to use the engine for about 3 hours to ensure we got through the reef passage before dark
26/4 We anchored off the capital of Cat Island - Albert Town – (pop about 400) but couldn’t get ashore as all the jetties had been destroyed in last years hurricane and there was an inner reef ...
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Clint, our neighbor insisted that we try staying at a marina once we completed out Atlantic passage. Huh? The Koplins at a marina? Why would we bring a dinghy, solar power, water maker and anchor, just to dock at a marina? We've never done it.
Well Clint was right. We were exhausted and the Harbor View Marina folks, Troy, his Mom and ...
... the grounds full time because the torch has to be lit every two hours all night long. A beautiful sight to see. He told them that during Hurricane Irene this past summer they kept the light on and the residents of all the surrounding islands for 20 miles were so grateful. We'll be leaving here on Wednesday and going to Treasure Cay. We'll update the blog and do our emails then. We'll be in touch. (There are some pictures below)