Hope Town Villas

Address: Hope Town, Great Abaco Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Villa
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This villa, located on Hope Town, Great Abaco Island, is near Vernon's Grocery.
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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island

Abacos here we come - Lynyard Cay

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on Apr 10, 2014

5 photos

... yo top it off we also saw her first school of dolphins. On arrival we anchored off Lynyard cay having 3 attempts to lay the anchor securely - think we may gave been a little nervous after our previous 3 nights! Safely settled we tucked into fresh Dorado for ...

Getting to know me very well...

A travel blog entry by martinedalziel on Jun 10, 2013

3 photos

... I will be fine.

Had a serious homesick crash yesterday, everyone back home is being very supportive though. I decided to bake rusks, something that these people have no clue about. Quite successful I think, a little bit of home. In hind-site, maybe Bopsie wouldn't have been such a bad idea (hehe mom).

I've been taking Drakie to the pool, which is quite fun. It's great to get some sun and into ...

Sailing the Abacos

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 13, 2013

53 photos

... more success attracting a shark (see video) than he did attracting bonefish! Still we enjoyed several bonefishing spots we could reach from anchorages in the Bight of Old Robinson (just north of Little Harbour), Buckaroon Bay, Mocking Bird Cay, Manjack Cay and Crab Cay. Other nice anchorages included Tahiti Beach (east of Lubbers Quarter),Matt Loew’s Cay ( near Marsh Harbour), and a visit to New Plymouth at Green Turtle Cay.


Sailing the Sea of Abaco

A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Mar 08, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

Sailing on the Sea of Abaco is similar to the Chesapeake Bay (where we learned to sail). Here are some of the similarities… shallow water averaging around 6ft to 20ft, anchor almost anywhere, many destinations within a day of sailing, interesting harbors, nice people.

Here are the differences…the weather is beautiful, the water is so clear you can check your anchor set 20ft deep, fish are colorful, alive and abundant, there are palm trees, ...

Repairs, rest and relaxation

A travel blog entry by mkoplin on Feb 26, 2013

6 comments, 14 photos

... stuck Velcro onto our boat and before we knew it we were at their dock for a week! Bicycling with backpacks for groceries, visiting restaurants, dinghying around the harbor, meeting people. Chris (of Deliverance) was sewing curtains for her 50’ boat, and told Mary Beth where the local fabric shop was. Mary Beth road her bike a few miles and came home with materials for a dinghy-motor hoisting strap and and ...