Tag Archives: bahama sailing

Go-No Go-Go-No Go


Jan. 29, 2015. This doesn’t happen very often but sometimes it’s the only thing to do. The first plan was to cross from Port Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island to Great Harbor at the north end of the Berry Islands. For us, this … Continue reading

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Fog and more fog


WARNING: SPOILER ALERT   Feb. 16, 2014. We’re back and Sable is in her new slip at Halifax Harbor, Daytona Beach, Fl.  Now I know you northeast cruisers are used to fog, but it is rare in the south and … Continue reading

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Rescue


Dec. 29, 2013. This is not a current story and it was Easter not Christmas. Twenty years ago now and we were not on Sable, but our Camper and Nicholson, 40, Moriarty. But any time we are in Hope Town, … Continue reading

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Under the Banyan tree


March 16:   A short post. Sable is in Melbourne Harbor Marina. We didn’t quite make the last two days. Very unusual weather coming to Florida. Very high seas-15-18  feet with swells up to 8 feet and winds 20 + … Continue reading

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It’s a Bahamian T’ing


March 2: OK, I haven’t been blogging on any regular basis. Internet has been unreliable, even when the marina says they have it (free or not). But there have been some funny things that have happened as we have traveled these … Continue reading

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A pig steals our gasoline!


Feb. 20: First let me set the scene. We’ve found our place in the sun. Staniel Cay, Exumas. The water is every shade of blue and green. The docks at the Yacht Club and the anchorage are filled with boats, … Continue reading

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Life Onboard


Jan 18, 2013: “Captain Carter, a sailboat can be a pretty small space. I’m glad it’s you onboard with her and not me.” Night Watch, pg. 79 We have now have had two guests onboard, well three if you count … Continue reading

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