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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Iguanas and Fish

Tuesday was a slow day, we took care of some stuff that we wanted to do on the boat before we headed back to Georgetown for Regatta on Wednesday. Sabrina did some sewing while I worked on taking care of some stuff back home. In between our projects we took the time to head over … Continue reading »

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More from the Bight!

 [Cruiser’s note:  Throughout the Bight of Acklins from Long Cay to Camel Point the water held 9 to 11 feet.  Long Cay has some coral at the south end to avoid, but after that it’s an easy cruising ground. We didn’t go south of Delectable Bay, but the chart says it is possible and we … Continue reading »

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The Bight of the Batteries

We arrived back in Georgetown on Saturday the 14th  for re-provisioning after an exhilarating night sail. Before we get to that story, let’s re-cap how we’ve spent our last couple weeks. When last we posted, the sailing vessel Joint Venture was very excited about going to Conception Island to do some scuba diving. As with … Continue reading »

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Farewell Georgetown (for now)

Today we’re headed east to either Calabash Bay or Conception Island.  We’ve been hanging out waiting for wind when we realized that when there’s no wind, we should be scuba diving! The first place we both thought to go was the wall at Conception, so we’ve abandoned the sails and we’re motoring out in calm seas … Continue reading »

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