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Chris & Emma in Spanish Wells

Arrival to Spanish Well Yacht Haven Marina was a welcome respite from sailing across the ocean in 4-6 ft waves.  We now have showers with unlimited water, wow, such a simple thing but a great feeling to just relax a bit and not worry about conservation of water and or battery energy.  332 more words


Bahamas Culture

  1. The Bahamas has a distinctive culture which has evolved over generations, from a mixture of mostly African, combined with some British colonial and American influences, to a unique and colorful style of Bahamian self-expression.

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Fowl Cay Snorkeling Adventure

A beautiful sunny day in the Abacos, we took a ride over to Fowl Cay for our first snorkeling trip of the season.  The water was so clear and crisp, not to mention gorgeous:  We went to 3 different dive locations.  10 more words


Today was the 2nd Race for the Hope Town Cup

A beautiful windy day today for the 2nd race of the Hope Town Cup.  The winner of todays race was Scrimshaw a sailing trimaran however for the overall 2 day combination 1st place went to Second Wind and 2nd place Lone Peak.  24 more words


Ship Wreck in Hopetown

Found this story on Sail Motuiti’s Blog

Interesting story about the shipwreck in Hopetown 2018: For more info click on below BOLO


Yesterday morning’s net included a BOLO  –  “be on the lookout for.”  A Westsail 32 was overdue.  470 more words


Kiteboarding in Hopetown

Brad had another great day of kiting yesterday, flying in 20 plus nm winds.