Pristine and tranquil, the Bahamas is a tropical hot spot for many cruisers, providing the perfect opportunity to relax and unwind, swim with dolphins, snorkel, explore, and, of course, cruise the turquoise waters. Here you will find archived stories of cruisers' experiences in the Bahamas.
Father Jerome had built himself a retirement home from thousands of stones, a one-man monastery that looks ancient, as if plucked from an Irish landscape.
Massachusetts Authors Cruise Islands in a Trawler...No...We Mean To Say, in a Tiara
Other Bright Spots in Bahamas Marine Infrastucture Announced
The Moorings (and Mars) Come to the Exumas Islands
Vessel of Choice for Pirates, Traders and Now Smugglers
Two Types of Cruising Permit, Three-Month and Annual
Despite the crowd visiting the Bahamas in the stormy season, few are willing to visit places such as Cat and Eleuthera islands because they lack harbors with all-around protection.
One of the aspects of George Town life is the constant and useless radio chatter, with former accountants, stock brokers, office managers, and homemakers all speaking quite officially to one another like so many fighter pilots, constantly roger-ing this, that, and the other thing.