Tag: Bahamas

special delivery

April 9, 2016 As I’ve mentioned previously, one of the best things about cruising is the people we meet along the way. Cruisers are a unique bunch and there is a strong sense of community and camaraderie amongst fellow boaters....

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when pigs swim

April 7, 2016 Having spent a few blissful extra days at Allan’s Cay to allow Cindy’s finger to heal somewhat, we pulled up anchor and moved to Highbourne Cay, just south of Allan’s. We anchored in the bay and dinghied in to take...

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cays, conchs and cuts

March 25, 2016 After ten days of hanging out at Allan’s Cay (which is pronounced “key” locally), we met a very nice couple, Neil and Pam, who anchored their boat Reverie behind us. After learning that we were newbies to the...

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a day in a life

Mention that you’re living on a sailboat in the Caribbean to someone and they most likely picture the classic Hollywood flyover shot of a sailboat anchored in crystal clear sapphire waters off of a deserted, pristine white beach...

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nassau won’t let go

We are back in the Bahamas, still in Nassau, and hoping to head south into the Exumas soon. It’s interesting how things just keep coming up. I guess it’s to be expected, after all, it’s a boat, on the ocean, taking on Mother...

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December 25, 2015 Its Christmas Day and Just One Dance bobs gently at the dock at Bay Street Marina in Nassau, New Providence Island in the Bahamas. I’m working on Christmas dinner, a non-traditional international bill of fare...

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