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Last night onboard the Norwegian Epic... bed jumping time !

We never called in Naussau, we were in deep waters at the time of this photo, but we weren't far from Nassau, on our way to Miami the next morning. There have been many great Bed Jumping pictures that night. But for the sake of my dear friends, I'd rather not publish them here :)

permalink written by  Sly on November 5, 2011 from Nassau, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Jumping Around



Turn around, heading north through the Exumas and on to Nassau

We had reached the southern most tip of our winter adventure, and thought we had better head back to the USA to find some work to fill up the cruising kitty. We still had a month to get back to time to see some more on the way back. In a stop in our favourite Saddleback Cay we managed to...

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on April 3, 2011 from Nassau, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



South from Gorgetown to the Ragged Islands

We left Georgetown and the crowds of cruisers and headed to the Ragged Islands, or Jumentos Cays as they are also known. These Cays are less inhabited, more spread out and with less shelter than the Exumas, so in theory quieter and off the beaten track. There were still a few adventurous boats...

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on March 10, 2011 from George Town, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



February and on to George Town

We continued south. The next Island was Waderwick Well, which is also the headquarters for the Land and Sea Park. Many days amusement was has listening the people on the radio calling up Waderwick Wells and me thinking of the Monty Python 'Welease Woger' scene from Life of Brian. The park...

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on February 17, 2011 from George Town, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



On to the Exumas

We had reached the end of Eleuthera, the weather was getting better, it was time to cross to the Exumas. We had a beautiful crossing and anchored behind Ship Channel Cay. Not a great anchorage and a bit rolly for our little boat. Then next day we moved to the smallest anchorage we could find....

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on February 1, 2011 from Allens Cay, Bahamas, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



On to Eleuthra

From the Abacos we thought it time to head further south in search of warmer climes. We crossed to the North of Eleuthera from Cherokee Point to Royal Island in the company of several boats all choosing the windy Northern weather to fly accross, rather that the prevailing southerly. We would...

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on January 26, 2011 from Governor's Harbour, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



January in the Bahamas

After a quiet Christamas in Treasure Cay it was time to explore some more of the Abacos. We visited a few Islands, this photo was on Lynyard Cay in the way to Little Harbor, home of Petes Pub, where we enjoyed a nice lunch and some punch or two. The weather in the Abacos at this time of...

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on January 10, 2011 from Marsh Harbour, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



Christmas in the Bahamas

After our long journey and many adventures to get to this new country, we needed a rest. What better excuse than some Christmas celebrations. We were joined for 2 weeks by Richard (Dianes Dad). Richard joined us in Marsh Harbour, unfortunatley without his luggage, so we waited a couple of...

permalink written by  barneyanddiane on December 25, 2010 from Treasure Cay, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Barney and Diane



Day 7

Day 6 was spent at sea, today was at Castaway Cay. Nice place. Totally contrived. But Ellery and I did get to check off another "adventure activity" -- parasailing.

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on February 29, 2008 from Marsh Harbour, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: Western Caribbean (2008)



Harbour Island

Have you ever heard of Harbour Island in The Bahamas? Believe it or not, it is one of Bahamas' best places to go for a vacation. It is a small island that is less than 4 Miles long and a half mile wide. It is only an hour away from Florida. Harbour Island is also called “Briland” by its...

permalink written by  On Foot on March 9, 2007 from Dunmore, The Bahamas
from the travel blog: On Foot



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