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Mar 31, 2013 - Green Turtle Cay to Great Guana Cay

Green Turtle (con't):We planned on a week here and have exceeded that by a few days. Weather has been nice, but too windy for us to go anywhere, but that is fine when you are stuck in pardise. However, we have had a fair amount of rain, so our walks and dingy rides have been sporatic. A few boats come and go, but mostly local runs with most trying to head back to the USA after the Winter season. But the ocean is up to 8' seas when most wont go in more than 2. And no boats are coming in from the states for obvious reasons. There is an inlet...

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Just Relax

Apr 26, 2012 - Green Turtle Cay to Great Guana Cay

Today, I crossed something off the bucket list and went to Trop Rock heaven at the same time. One place I had heard about over here was Nippers, on Great Guana Cay. We were sitting at Nippers, drinking a Sands beer, looking out from a hill over the ocean, when who do I hear on the stereo, but Mark Mulligan, then Zac Brown’s songs, “Toes” (Toes in the water, ass in the sand…), and “Where the Boat Leaves From.” About the time the girl brought me a wahoo sandwich, I was thinking that most Parrotheads dream about a life like this, as portrayed...

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Barnes Bahamas Trip

Jan 6, 2009 - Great Guana Cay

We spent New Year's Eve and day at Green Turtle Cay. It was an interesting night starting with a 47 ft Cateraman dragging its anchor and heading for the boat in front of us. The Captain of the other boat was visiting us, so the both of us jumped into his dingy and while on the radio trying to locate the captain of the cat we boarded the cat and found the keys in the ignition. Just as we were going to start her up the owner arrived at high speed, it was a close call. We made it into town for one drink, soaking wet as the wind was blowing 15...

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Oct 11, 2007 - On the Hook

Last night we stayed on the hook, which means we were in the middle of nowhere anchored out on the generator...we had a great time, its never a dull moment on the Lady O...we got stranded on the tender and was able to flag down a man who towed us back...we also were visited by some lobstermen and grilled fresh lobster last night...

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