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Last stop on the Bahama train

Crooked Island to Matthew Town on Great Inagua, Bahamas. This is our last Bahama stop before we head to the DR. Flamingos, Morton Salt mines and one Kick-a$% Lighthouse. Advertisements

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Georgetown Cruiser’s Regatta Where Have You Been All My Life

Where has this fun been?! If you get a chance to experience the shenanigans in Georgetown Bahamas for the Cruiser’s Regatta, you should do it! What a BLAST! This yearly event consisted of real sail boat races around the island but it was the crazy shenanigans of the events leadingRead More …

A Series of Most Fortunate Events

I have written before a blog on the amazing people that came across my life in a bizarre series of events https://thecrabbycaptainandthesunnysailor.com/2018/11/29/we-live-in-a-crazy-bubble/Β  and then it happens again.Β  The first time it happened in the states and now it has happened in the Bahamas. You may laugh at my enthusiasm whenRead More …

Can we get through Whale Cay Pass?

Whale Cay channel is very treacherous because of the strong current and small channel. We must travel through the pass to get to Treasure Cay. Can we do it safely?!

Christmas in the Islands

This is all that this captain has ever wanted. No crabby today! πŸŒ΄πŸŒ²πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸŒ΄πŸŒ²πŸ€—πŸ˜πŸ˜€

Making the jump to the Bahamas

Crossing the Gulfstream from Lake Worth, FL to the Little Bahama bank at Memory Rock in our Beneteau 40 sailboat

We made it to the Bahamas

We will be uploading the tales of our crossing soon!

We live in a crazy bubble

Sometimes the higher power puts you where you’re supposed to be.   Sometimes you’re just plain lucky.   Sometimes you have to make things happen by sheer force.   And sometimes you need all three.   The next sequence of events is so bizarre that it is incredulous even toRead More …

So thankful for the best things about boatlife

There are many things that we love about the boating community: the camaraderie, eagerness to help others, and the friendliness.Β  But the best part is the open arms we encounter each time we pull into a new port.Β  We meet so many people that within a few hours become lifelongRead More …

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