Treasure Cay Beach, Marina & Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fab place to be with all facilities
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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 …
A stop off here because of it's pretty beaches! Our usual explore in the dinghy found nothing but coral Islands - all very pretty but not up to usual standards! Big thunder storms coming through so locked up safely with all electrical items un plugged as not another yacht in site so we could be the tallest object in striking distance! Great skies and clashes but not a drop of ...
Leaving just before high tide at 4.45pm we have no problems exiting the channel and rake a short sail around to Manjack Cay - a private island with a lovely bay for a swim. Always good to get back into fresh water after visiting marinas and sounds where water although clear can be contaminated!! Anchored next to a boat called Five Fit Flops and Eric is convinced he knows them and as they pass us in their dinghy we hear them ...
... is blowing again and building. It’s doubtful many boats will be moving today. We decide to make this our "shopping” day, so we dinghy to town. The settlement of New Plymouth has been here since the 1780’s and it’s charming. However, beware if you are seeking gifts or souvenirs because there is now only 1 shop in town. We saved our shopping for here. Bottom line, there ain’t much here so there ain’t much to take back home. Oh well. Sooo, ...
... The one we grabbed had "Hilltop" written on it and instructions to call that on VHF Channel 16. We tried but didn't get a response. We saw Jack and his dog Icky tied to the dock and we took the dingy ashore to explore the town. What a different harbor from Hope Town. This is not the typical tourist town. We saw a dingy next to our boat so we went to check it out. We thought it was the owner of the mooring ball coming to ...