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Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island
... of wind and waited for high tide before heading out the shallow entrance. Our next destination is Tahiti Beach. We had been there before and quit liked it so thought we would anchor their for the night.
February 9 we sailed over to Fishers Bay, and dinghied over to Grabbers Bar so we could check out this part of the island. We went for a walk through the town over to the Atlantic side and went to Nippers. They are popular for their pig roasts on Sunday's but we missed it by a day. The bar overlooks a beautiful beach and the Atlantic Ocean, reminded me of Tulum in Mexico. We went for a walk down the beach and of ...
... this area with John and Joanne on their catamaran. Really, nothing has changed. It's still just such a pretty little town with a beautiful beach running along the Atlantic side of the island and everything is within a ten minute walk of everything! The mooring ball we took is part of the Hope Town Inn & Marina. And they have ...
... down in sheets, typical for the southern. It just looked and sounded great.
We checked out of the hotel this morning and took a shuttle over to the cruise port. What a change from checking in yesterday at the airport. When you check in for a cruise they actually make you feel wanted. First they take you luggage at the curb side and you don't have to lift it, lug it, or worry about it. It just magically finds its way ...
... the highlights of what we found in this diverse area. Arriving March 23, we would proceed to explore the Sea of Abaco from its southern terminus to some of its northernmost reaches until our offshore departure for the Chesapeake Bay on May 15.
The Abacos are a group of islands and cays forming a 120-mile long chain stretching over 650 square miles. The coastlines are scalloped with bays, coves and protected harbors. The Sea of ...