WildQuest

Porgy Bay, Bimini, Out Islands, Bimini, Bahamas | Resort
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This resort, located on Porgy Bay, Bimini, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Bimini

Cruise Day #1: Embark and dance!!!

A travel blog entry by tll-tina on Jan 07, 2012

... Sweet mamma pajamma!! We get onboard and grab some lunch right away. The sun was HOT. The top deck was packed. It was a little (a LOT) congested for a while, and a little overwhelming at points, but today is the worst day for crowds. The live music was on, and the girls were ready to dance. So we did. We also love our room setup. ...

Wind Gods are at Work

A travel blog entry by rara-bep on May 03, 2011

1 comment, 31 photos

... a little sad that the town has gone down a lot.

We did find a nice gentleman (about 80) on his bicycle that led us to the lady that makes the wonderful bread and we got some. It was Sunday when we were there and most stores were closed. Ralph managed to find a general store open and got some sandals. His had broken.

On Monday,May 2nd, we went over to ...

On the high seas

A travel blog entry by patandglenn on Mar 18, 2011

1 comment, 2 photos

... Sat between 2 other tables for 2 who were doing back to back cruises. We felt like the poor cousins.dinner for Glenn was Prime Rib, I had a ginger chicken,Glenn had banana macaroon trifle and I had lemon sorbet. We walked that off with a lap around the promenade, then the show ( pretty cheesy) and now for a nightcap onn the balcony under the almost full moon. Good ...

On our way...

A travel blog entry by hejira on Dec 17, 2010

3 photos

... of cool to see the drastic change from the course line leading up to the stream and when we had actually entered into it - the offset was obviously very noticeable.

With Pepe's help, it was a very easy day. The sea state was ideal for the crossing with very minimal and manageable waves. And seeing as Pepe was steering, we were able to have just one person on deck to watch for traffic and keep an eye on our course. Naps were had by all ...

Day 9: Strolla gets Grounded

A travel blog entry by mbust02 on Dec 02, 2010

4 photos

... we went swimming, it was a struggle just to stay next to the boat. These currents, paired with the changing of the winds, kept pulling our anchor loose. Inside the boat, a dragged anchor is loud enough that Pete and I had to yell to hear each other in our bunks only about 5 feet away. This grinding sound should've been a warning sign for all of us who were all lying wide awake. This started happening at around 3 am and what we should've done was try to reset the anchor ...