Monthly Archives: June 2016

Crossing to Eleuthera

 Thank you Abacos for an incredible adventure! We had a great day anchored with about 7 other boats in the lee of Lynyard Cay right next to Little Harbor Cut, the southernmost pass out to sea. Flat calm southeasterlies swung south during the night and gave us a little roll. I rarely sleep soundly at […]

 The Last Bit of the Abacos

From the silty waters of Marsh Harbor to the cleanest, bluest, pristine seas, Madame Geneva took a leisurely, sun-filled tour of the lower stretches of the Abacos.  Our time traveling was simple.  Pull up anchor, cast off mooring (sometimes single-handed-did I mention the captain moves at a tempo of his own?), and motor along through […]

Marsh Harbour

Marsh Harbour 6.25  Clean up, catch up, stock up day in the Abacos “city”. We started our morning at the Conch House Marina slip. Offloaded trash, enlisted the kids for a full (and first official of this trip) boat cleaning top to bottom. The water here costs 20 cents/ gallon which is worth it for […]

Great Guana Cay

A beautiful day greeted us at Treasure Cay yesterday. Morning swimming and paddling with our buddy boat friends and then off at high tide to Great Guana Cay just across the Sea of Abaco to swim on the Atlantic side and snorkel on the ocean reef.  Absolutely beautiful beach with white pink sands and large […]

Gherty blog

June 23, 2016, Thursday In Green Turtle Cay we docked at Bluff House Marina. Our friends in the boat  Agility were anchoring. The Marina was at the bottom of a hill. We went up the hill to get to the beach. Next to the beach was a Restaurant. Haley came from her dinghy to the […]

Green Turtle Cay

Great 2 days on GTC. We dinghied across the protected harbor into the bigger waves on the way to “the Settlement”. Outboard engine is not inspiring confidence as it has a tendency to slowly lose power and overheat. I broke it open and found the issues, but it’s far too new for these to be […]