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 …
This island was owned by the Norwegian Cruise line. It was a lot smaller and more modern than the other islands and more purposes built. I think we were told that there is only about 16 people that live on the island. We were on the beach most of the time however it was pretty busy so went for a walk to the other side ...
Needing some fuel for the last leg across the Gulf Stream to Florida we head along the coast 15 miles to Fox Town. A real Bahamian village where tourists don't get, according to the guide book! We now know why - very friendly people, a small shop and a closed BTel office. All very sleepy and run down but we got fuel, and a great Conch display! More thunder storms early evening, with rain this time and a windy night? Anchor watch again I'm ...
... 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, ...
... and couple from our Lake Worth days, Dawn Ann and Brian. The food is all good, the view couldn’t be better. A great way to end another fabulous day. We think back on those days in Stuart, Florida when it seemed we would never, ever leave the dock and the repairs just kept piling up. It seems so long ago now, and worth every minute.
We slept in this morning, Thursday. The tidal surge was so great last night our lines needed constant adjustment. Today is ...