Monthly Archives: April 2010

Pictures – Little Inagua through Georgetown

Approaching Little Inagua – wing-on-wing with the genoa poled out Mahi caught on the way to Little Inagua from Turks & Caicos.  This guy hopped off the deck after the first gaffing… but we got him on the second try. … Continue reading

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Crooked Island & Long Island

The Bight (Crooked/Acklins) – Thu Apr 15 Having overdosed on Delectable Bay, we headed out across the bight headed to Long Cay – this in the face of 20-25 kt NE winds with no prospect of good anchorage at Long … Continue reading

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Northbound, with glitches

April 25, 2010 George Town, Exuma, anchored under the monument Back in George Town, this time for a couple of days rather than the week we were before, this time for the Family Island Regatta rather than the Cruisers Regatta.  … Continue reading

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Delectable Bay, Acklins

Delectable Bay is our second anchorage in the bight of Acklins. The name sounds fantastic, but the reality leaves me underwhelmed. The scenery is rather bland. The shoreline is littered with lots of small fiberglass pieces from apparently many different … Continue reading

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Turks & Caicos, Little Inagua, Hogsty Reef, Castle Island, and Acklins

We left Provo a week ago and have hopped through a few islands already on our way north. West Caicos We headed out of Provo Mon Apr 5 and headed off to West Caicos to stage ourselves for the 40 … Continue reading

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Onward to Little Inagua, Hosty Reef, Castle Island, Acklins, Crooked….

We’re anchored in West Caicos tonight getting ready to leave the TCI behind and head back into the Bahamas. Tomorrow morning we will head off to Little Inagua – a large uninhabited cay, save a few feral donkeys and goats. … Continue reading

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Northbound, with sighs

April 1, 2010 Anchored outside Southside Marina, Provo, TCI And no, this is not an April Fools’ joke.  We really are northbound, having turned our bow away from the DR on Monday, March 29.  Those who were betting we’d never … Continue reading

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