June 1 — Treasure Cay — D & K Visit Last Day

Friday was Bahamian Labor Day. Debbie and Karen started with breakfast out and then walking and swimming at the beach. Duwan and I caught up with them later. Walking back to the business area we found that just about everything was closed for the holiday. Debbie needed to return a rental cell phone and get …read more

May 31 — Man-O-War to Treasure Cay — D & K Visit Day 7

Man-O-War Cay has a character all its own. Settled by hard-toiling Methodist loyalists, it is still a working island where boats are built and repaired. MOW is very quiet. You can’t buy alcohol and you won’t get served food on a deck if you are shirtless, but we wanted to make sure the girls got …read more

May 30 — White Sound to Matt Lowes Cay — D & K Visit Day 6

When I was thinking about places to visit before Debbie and Karen arrived I thought about Hopetown. Greg and I hadn’t been there yet. The water leading to the harbor is very shallow for a long way out and it would be a taxing journey with our deep draft boat. I thought maybe we would …read more

May 29 — Tilloo Cay to Sea Spray Marina — D & K Visit Day 5

A very nice reef surrounds the first dot of land sticking up out of the water nearest the blue house with all of the barking dogs off of Tilloo Cay above Tavern Cay. On Tuesday morning I got into the water to explore the reef along with everyone else. The fish are not over abundant …read more

May 28 — Marsh Harbor to Tilloo Cay — D & K Visit Day 4

On Monday morning we all visited mermaid reef. It was popular place to be. Several large catamarans surrounded the area, a few small crafts were tied up to the moorings, a group arrived on paddle boards, and tour guides pointed out tropical fish in the water to tourists as they drifted through the area on …read more

May 27 — Great Guana Cay to Marsh Harbour — D & K Day Three

After little sleep Saturday night we woke up to a rolly marina on Sunday morning. Orchid Bay Marina is open to the sea of Abaco on the south side. A wall of large rocks helps to keep the waves from rocking the marina, but an unpleasant surge still manages to get in. We assessed the …read more