Bahamas

Regatta Time in Abaco

Courtesy of Regatta Time in Abaco

Congratulations to the South Florida participants in the 40th Anniversary Regatta Time in Abaco, July 3 – 11: Third Tri – Lonny Gellen – Lighthouse Point Alberbrile – Hector Arrillaga – Pompano Beach Tenacious – Richard Dwyer – Palm Beach …

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Mother Tubs Star in Regatta Time in Abaco

Dennis Gordon and the crew of Ice Man, overall winner among the Mother Tubs. Photo: David Ralph

Racers and cruisers flocked to the Abacos July 3rd -10th for the 40th anniversary Regatta Time in Abaco. What started as a way to raise money to enter an Abaconian fishing sloop in the Georgetown, Exuma, workboat races plus boost …

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Save $300 Staying at Resorts World Bimini

Resorts World Bimini.

As if boating to beautiful Bimini isn’t enjoyable enough, Resorts World Bimini is now offering a series of incentives to reward its loyal boating community!  Three offers are being provided to boaters who choose to stay with The Marinas at Resorts …

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Record-Catches at Bahamas Tournament

Tournament champion Brian Nelli with his dolphin fish. Photo by Jorge Bustamante

The 2015 Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament, Battle in the Bahamas, drew anglers from Canada, China and the United States who competed for $10,000 cash, trophies, prizes and an all-expense-paid trip to China. Snapper, dolphin fish, wahoo, blackfin tuna, grouper and …

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Visit Bimini for the Surf & Turf

Resorts World Bimini.

Getting away for the weekend just got sweeter in the Bahamas. Resorts World Bimini, a 750-acre beachfront resort and casino complex located in Alice Town on North Bimini Island, will open the second phase of its new luxury hotel later …

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It’s Summertime in the Bahamas

Photo courtesy of Rick and Helen Bell, s/v Symmetry III

What do I think about when I hear the word “summertime?”  I think of my boat in the Bahamas. Oh sure it’s hurricane season but for me it has always been the BEST time to be out there. While I’m …

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Fishing in the Bahamas

Photo by Pam Wall

I do not like to kill beautiful fish! But do I ever love to eat fish. While cruising in the Bahamas it is almost a sin not to have a fresh fish, or conch salad, or conch fritters, on your boat’s …

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Sign Petition to Support Two Bahamian National Parks

Bonefish and Tarpon Trust Logo

The Bahamas is world-renown as an excellent bonefish fishery. In fact, the fishery is so popular for traveling anglers that the annual economic impact of the fishery exceeds $141 million. Yet the fishery will remain healthy only if the habitats …

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Wahoo Smackdown Series is Returning

Bimini Big Game Club Logo

Heading into its fourth wahoo fishing season, the popular Wahoo Smackdown Series is returning for its seventh engagement at the world renowned Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina. Tournament dates have been announced for November 12-14th 2015. Last November, a …

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My One Particular Island

Photo by Tommy Albury

I hope you have read enough in past All At Sea articles to realize some of the delights of cruising in the Bahamas. The gin clear water, the marvelous white sand beaches, the colorful reefs so full of live coral and …

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Out Islands of the Bahamas

Guana Sunset. Photo Credit: Barry Miller

At around this time of January every year I find myself setting out my goals for the following 12 months. Not to be confused with my pitiful New Year’s resolutions which have usually already been canned just hours after they …

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Bahamas Bound: Crossing The Tropic of Cancer

Our fleet of three finds safe anchorage as squally weather passes. Photo by Rosie Burr

The Tropic of Cancer is as far north as the sun travels above the equator during the summer months; it’s where the subtropics start before becoming more temperate further north. For several years we had talked about leaving the Eastern …

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Want to Have a Good Time in the Bahamas?

Photo credit: Billy Black

Last month Pam looked at items you most definitely need in the Bahamas to make your adventure seamless. This month she takes a look at those items you may want as you cruise the turquoise water of the lovely Bahamas. …

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The Marina at Emerald Bay Echo – November 2014

NEW MARINA ARRIVAL is the Expedition Yacht “Rosa”. A Canadian build, the distinctive yacht measures 90 feet overall and carries a substantial inventory of “toys”. (Photo by Emerald Bay Marina)

GYM-FITNESS CENTER IS OPEN– We actually made our target date of Nov. 1, 2014, for the opening of our combination gym-fitness center.  Locate in our services building adjacent to the marina administration center, the facility includes eight various appliances to …

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ARC Caribbean 1500 – Newcomers Welcome!

Barrie North at the helm of S/V Alchemy, this will be Barrie’s first Caribbean 1500

The prospect of palm trees and piña coladas is enough for anyone to want to jump ship for warmer climes come fall. Casting off on a first-time multi-day blue-water cruise can be both a frightening and exciting venture. However, there’s …

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Who can You TRUST for Yacht Crew Training?

Deck crew keep superyachts in Bristol condition. Photo credit is: Suki@YachtingToday.TV

There was a time, in the not too distant past, when becoming proficient at one’s job meant getting as much on-the-job training as possible to advance up the career ladder. Working as professional yacht crew was no different. During the …

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