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Monthly Archives: April 2014
We were lucky to have the Family Islands Regatta start in Georgetown before we left for Conception. They race in three classes of Bahamian dinghies. We were even more fortunate that they set the upwind mark just to weather of … Continue reading
We are in Black Point Settlement tonight after making the 55 mile trip in good time and comfort. We even had a 50″ Mahi join us. We are still struck by the difference in water color from New Bight at … Continue reading
We spent the full day Monday on Cat Island. First, we hiked up the hill to the Hermitage, a wonderful, 3/4 scale monastery built by Father Jerome in the first half of the 1900s. It sits atop Mt. Alvernia, the … Continue reading
On day 3, we hiked across the north side of the island to an huge, isolated crescent beach on the north east side. The sand and the water were gorgeous. The dune line was less pretty as it was full … Continue reading
We spent three days exploring Conception Island. Driving is a rotating job around here. Young and old have to take their turn at the helm. The anchorage was wonderfully flat with water as clear as tap water. We wouldn’t want … Continue reading
Another sign for the memories. This one was in front of a few banana trees.
Good to know that from Georgetown they export even internationally.