After two days in the Meeks Patch anchorage (just two miles from Spanish Wells Settlement), we decided to take a slip at Spanish Wells Yacht Haven since the trades were blowing a steady 20 knots – making the slog in
We have arrived in Eleuthera Bahamas…anchored briefly just South of Spanish Wells awaiting tide to go into the Yacht Haven Marina to explore town since we are apparently too big to fit in the mooring field-go figure!
As we continue our trek South through the Abacos, we find that the farther South you get, the fewer and more far between the settlements persist. This means infrastructure gets thinner, presenting less opportunity to get stuff you might need
Finally!…we got the drone out after arriving at Elbow Cay (Abacos). Since I (Steve) am a complete novice, this is new territory to me. But…it’s a drone and it’s no good if it doesn’t get into the air. So…off we
We are 5 months into cruising…going on 30 days now in the Bahamas (Abacos). The old salty cruisers we’ve met so far say its been an unusually unstable Bahamas winter and we agree. It is, of course beautiful! We’ve not
We pulled anchor early on the 31st of January from Manjack Cay headed South. First stop was No Name Cay and Piggyville. This uninhabited island does have inhabitants…pigs. These are not the famed swimming pigs of Staniel Cay, but they
We’ve been in the Manjack Cay anchorage for a few days now. The winds have shifted to the East calming the water on the leeward side to near perfection. What a picturesque place. There are nearly 20 cruising boats bobbing
When conditions don’t meet your needs-Move! As cherry-cruisers we initially spent a lot of time waiting for wind and sea state to settle so we could enjoy the place we were at. Now, we move to places that have conditions