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Every once in a while in our travels we run across a particularly curious boat that I’m compelled to dig up the history on.  In this case the boat is really a raft, and not a particularly seaworthy-looking raft at that.   479 more words


Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera

We arrived in Governor’s Harbour on a Friday afternoon and found that we recognized most of the boats in the harbor as folks we’ve been leap-frogging up the islands with. 799 more words


Life in the Far Bahamas

It’s hard to describe life on the more remote islands in the Bahamas. Most of the larger islands are long and narrow with one principle road running the length of them. 1,688 more words

Travel Log

The Things You Find on the Beach

We had a nice light wind sail (main and screecher) from Bennett’s Harbour up around the southern end of Eleuthera (in fact the longest island in the Bahamas) before motoring into Rock Sound Harbour.   1,110 more words


Parting Tour of the Abaco

For the last two weeks we traveled almost daily except for when cold fronts forced us to find safe harbor. The longest trip we did was eight and a half hours from Spanish Wells, Eleuthera to Little Harbour, Abaco, crossing the Northeast Providence Channel. 291 more words

2014/2015 Season

For Reel

Written by Camden

On Sunday I met real fishermen.  They have a 55 foot sport fishing boat called Hope.  I was asking them lots of fishing questions for a few hours.  805 more words


The Cape Eleuthera Institute

In my last blog post, I talked about how Joellen, Camden and their new friend Townes schmoozed their way into getting us a tour at a marine research school up the road here in Cape Eleuthera.  540 more words