Monthly Archives: March 2014

PREPARING TO LEAVE THE EXUMAS

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 With nothing else pressing we went back to town today. Actually, I needed to pick up some fresh produce. This would probably be a good time to mention that when you shop especially for meats, it … Continue reading

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SECOND TIME AROUND CONTINUED

Monday March 3, 2013 What a pleasure to spend two quiet nights at anchor. Although the winds continued to blow we were in the protection of Stocking Island on one side and Great Exuma on the other. Sunday we took … Continue reading

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GEORGE TOWN SECOND TIME AROUND

“GOOD NIGHT MRS. CALABASH, WHEREVER YOU ARE” Oops sorry, THAT IS GOOD BYE CALABASH BAY!!! It rates right up there with our experience many years ago in Stokes Bay. Except there are no pies and no government dock! Only, much, … Continue reading

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CALABASH BAY, LONG ISLAND

So Monday morning the 3 boats headed out about 0715. Each one of us motoring until we got past the reefs. We were all motor sailing so we could put a charge into the batteries. Before long, we had a … Continue reading

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CONCEPTION ISLAND

We spent two night anchored off of Conception Island. https://www.bahamas.com/vendor/conception-island-national-park The island is totally uninhabited. There is not even a Cell Tower there. So you are totally cut off from the world unless you have a SSB Radio. Many of the cruisers … Continue reading

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LONG ISLAND

Early Sunday morning, February 16th, we pulled out of George Town destination Thompson Bay, Long Island. We had a very nice sail, hooked into another barracuda. Barracuda are fun to catch but they are not good to eat. Just after … Continue reading

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