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The Exuma Islands: Fifty Shades of Blue

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Exumas Land and Sea Park. Photography by Rosie Burr
Exumas Land and Sea Park. Photography by Rosie Burr

In an effort to protect some of this pristine beauty the Exumas Land and Sea Park was established. Set up to protect the diverse and rich marine life under the water as well as the endangered species above, the park is preserving the environment so future generations can enjoy it. The park encompasses 176 square miles; it covers a section of the Exumas that starts at Wax Cay Cut and runs 22-miles south to Conch Cut. Within the park boundaries a set of rules and regulations are in place to look after and protect the area.

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Rosie Burr
Rosie Burr
Rosie and her husband Sim Hoggarth on yacht Wandering Star have cruised the Caribbean and North America fulltime for nine years.

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