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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Long Island, Bahamas

Long Island is just that…a long island. It’s about 70 to 80 miles long depending on who you ask or what you read about it and about 3 miles wide at it’s widest point. We’ve been here before but last time we sailed and anchored on the east side of the island at Clarence Town. … Continue reading »

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Great Exuma Island, Georgetown, Bahamas

Moon reaches the tropic of cancer. We set sail for Georgetown, the southernmost port in the Exumas, and happened to arrive just after the the big cruisers regatta. We couldn’t believe how many boats were anchored in the harbor, at least 300 – 400! But with the belief that there is always room for one … Continue reading »

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Staniel Cay

Staniel has always been one of our favorite stops. We can still remember our first trip here when Rachel was 7 and we first explored the area. When we left Warderick Wells the wind was not cooperating in our favor, it was on our nose in the direction to Staniel. We were bummed but we … Continue reading »

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Warderick Wells

With memories of Shroud Cay still dancing in our heads we headed out for our next adventure to the island of Warderick Wells. Only about a 15 mile journey it was our next stop in the Exuma Land and Sea Park. It also is the site of the park headquarters and visitor’s center. The main … Continue reading »

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Shroud Cay

Shroud Cay is one of the first islands that make up the Exuma Land and Sea Park. The park was set up in 1958 and covers 176 square miles of cays, rocks and reefs. It is of course protected, no fishing, no conching, no shelling or taking of anything here! You can be fined, have … Continue reading »

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Norman’s Cay

We had a beautiful sail from Nassau to Normans, a reach the whole way. Perfect winds and a great trip. Finally we are out of the hustle and bustle of city life and moving on island time. Yea!! When we arrived in the harbor there was about five boats and one person was in their … Continue reading »

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