Monthly Archives: December 2009

Back to reality

December 29, 2009 At anchor, Man’O’War American Harbour We decided the best action for missing family and friends terribly was to get up and MOVE.  So, after the frantic waving at the 3rd and final ferry load removing loved ones … Continue reading

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Happy holidays to all!

December 23, 2009 On a mooring, in Hope Town Harbour – Elbow Cay, Abacos A quick note to everyone to say happy holidays and enjoy whatever weather you are having.  Our “white Christmas” will entail white sand, maybe white tops … Continue reading

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Boring update (sorry)

December 14, 2009 At anchor outside Hope Town harbour, Elbow Cay We bob here quietly (no wind to speak of, although enough to keep no-see-ums away), letting the dinner dishes dry in the air.  MoonDoggy, the catamaran chartered by Anik … Continue reading

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Weather the weather, redux (plus a lot of pictures)

December 6 At anchor, No Name Cay, just south of Green Turtle Cay We are solitary once again, anchored off of a small beach with Treasure Cay’s massive development to the south and Green Turtle Cay’s Batelco tower still visible.  … Continue reading

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Manjack (revisted), Green Turtle, and No Name Cays

We moved down to the Manjack/Crab Cay anchorage on Friday… and in the morning, the friendly uninhabitants of Manjack came out to greet us. Bill and Leslie have been living on Manjack for 18 years – so it’s quite amusing … Continue reading

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Manjack Cay

We jumped from Allans Pensacola to Manjack this morning – a 21 nautical mile run. Wind was from the south, so it was a bit of a beat, but a pleasant sail nonetheless. The forecast is for an extended period … Continue reading

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Allans-Pensacola Cay

We arrived at Allans-Pensacola Cay yesterday (Tue) and tucked into the anchorage on the south west shore. It was was a hot windless day and the priority once anchored quickly became getting the awning up for some shade. We finally … Continue reading

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