Category: Bahamas

Farewell Bahamas

We’ve come to the end of our time in the Bahamas. Our alarms are set for 3AM, an early start for our sail to Turks and Caicos. I wish I could say that our final week here has been amazing, but, thanks to the weather, frustrating...

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Mayaguana: Last Stop in the Bahamas

A 27 hour sail from Rum Cay landed us in Mayaguana, the most isolated island of the Bahamas and our final stop in this beautiful country. We dropped anchor in Abraham’s Bay, cracked beers to celebrate another successful...

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What’s Become of Rum Cay

The mood out here has changed since we started down the Thorny Path. Gone is the constant chatter between sailors on the VHF radio, and with it, the reassuring sight of many white sails rising up from the horizon. We’ve...

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Spring Break in George Town

We had such a good time in George Town. And it was totally unexpected. For many cruisers sailing the Bahamas (mostly snowbird retirees), George Town is the final destination. Lacking desire to push on toward the Caribbean, these...

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Pipe Creek and Compass Cay

Anchored in deeper waters of Pipe Creek next to our friends’ boat Selah, the first thing we did was grab our snorkels and jump in the water. We typically dive our anchor to ensure it has set, but this time we also inspected the...

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