Regattas of Abaco

Address: P.O. Box AB20486, Great Abaco Island, Out Islands, Bahamas | Villa
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This villa, located on P.O. Box AB20486, Great Abaco Island, is near Hope Town Lighthouse.
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      Travel Blogs from Great Abaco Island

      Say It Ain't So!

      A travel blog entry by franceyhakes on Dec 26, 2014

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      Well, readers, it is our last day on the cruise. It has been absolutely fantastic. Today's adventures at Castaway Cay included beach time, bikes, water slides, snorkeling, and a BBQ lunch. The snorkeling is amazing with such calm waters and even a sunken submarine! We are all so sad it is already over. Time has flown by this week. Our bags are packed and we ...

      Christmas at sea!

      A travel blog entry by franceyhakes on Dec 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... when Kevin agreed to wear such a monstrosity of balloons on his head that he was constantly striking the people at the bar with balloons! It was all good fun though. I am definitely trying to upload that photo! Christmas Eve dinner was great, several of us got an extra lobster tail for dinner. I know, I know, so wrong but so very right!

      Donna and I rode the Aquaduck ...

      Sailing the Abacos

      A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on May 13, 2013

      53 photos

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      On the way back southeast from Double Breasted, with an intention to enter the expansive but rarely visited Bight of Abaco for some really shallow water exploring (discussed below), we enjoyed a nice upwind sail across a wide expanse of protected water, tacking several times to get around small islands and threading through some well charted, deeper sailing waters. (“Deep” here is anything over 15 feet.) Out in ...


      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 ...

      A day in our life...

      A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce on Jan 18, 2013

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      ... mbarrassment+of+mangoes

      The book is written from the perspective of a women who did not start out as a sailor but became one during the trip. She loves to cook. The book includes a recipe at the end of each chapter for new foods she discovers along the way. The couple befriend and interact with locals in the places they visit; immersing themselves in the culture. It is a tour of ...