Hope Town Hideaways

Address: One Purple Porpoise Place, Elbow Cay, Great Abaco Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Villa
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This villa, located on One Purple Porpoise Place, Elbow Cay, Great Abaco Island, is near Vernon's Grocery.
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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island

Tilloo Cay / Tahiti Beach - Abaco

A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Jul 28, 2014

30 photos

Making our way up towards Hope Town, we anchored at Tilloo Cay for two nights. From here we dinghied over to Tahiti Beach, but then sailed past Tahiti Beach when we took Inspiration up to Hope Town. There are boats and people here!!! LOTS of boats!!! Mainly locals and day rentals. This is like 'cottage country' so most ...

Eurodam Cruise March 30 - Day 1

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Mar 30, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

This entry is going to be a little different, we are on the cruise for 14 days, so this entry will be a conglomerate of entries and pictures for the cruise over to Europe.


The weather is beautiful again. We had a storm last night with lightning and thunder. We had gone for a walk down to the beach and saw the lightning to the north over the sea. It looked wicked. We made it back just before the storm hit. The rain ...

Sailing the Abacos

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 13, 2013

53 photos

The weather finally cleared for a safe passage north from Eleuthera to Great Abaco Island. We had not visited Great Abaco during our first year in the Bahamas so we were looking forward to learning more about this area that seemed so popular with many, likely due to its close proximity to Florida. Its location not far from the continental US, however, has its drawbacks—mostly those associated with the strong weather systems that ...

Bahamas

A travel blog entry by philmillard on Apr 30, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... we dinghied in a large Manta ray sped away from the 1m water in the dinghy passage. Abrahams Bay is the capital of an island 26 miles long and 4 miles wide and has about 130 people (total pop 240ish) I expected to see tumbleweed roll down the high street, but it couldn’t be bothered! In the evening we went ashore for a drink up the very narrow, shallow dinghy passage and had a few beers in a pub which was totally dark, why turn on the lights!! We were told the manta ray is ...

Sailing the Sea of Abaco

A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Mar 08, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

... the
tide rolls back in. His dinghy is trapped under the wood! Worse, the tide forced his engine under the salt water. He had to let the air out of the boat, effectively sinking it to get it out. He could have waited 6 hours for the tide to fall, but the damage to his boat pounding under
the dock would have been catastrophic.

Apparently, if you have the tools and a day to take everything apart, you can salvage a sunk dinghy motor. I guess it ...