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The Bahamas - Summary

December 24 - May 8, 2004

Sailing in the Bahamas was an incredible experience. There is really no better way to visit this country composed of hundreds of islands than by a sailboat. If you are fortunate enough to find yourself in the Bahamas, escape from Nassau as soon as you can, because away from hordes of tourists from cruise ships and nearby hotels there are incredible, uninhabited islands waiting to be discovered. Popular among cruisers Exumas are considered to be jewels of the Caribbean. Conception Island was my favorite Paradise-like place with its breathtaking reef and white sands. Remote Jumentos are rarely visited by boaters who usually get stuck in "adult day care" of George Town. Over three hundred cruisers arrive to Elizabeth Harbour each year. Think of it as a RV Park for boaters. If you dare to venture further and risk the chance to encounter poachers or drug runners the wild beauty and solitude of Rugged Islands will capture your heart forever. And itís a good spot to jump over to Cuba, if youíre into it.

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