It is always a wonderful treat to be able to share my experiences. To have them in print is just icing on the cake!
All At Sea published another article by yours truly, and I thought you would like a little break in your day to read about “My One Particular Island.”
“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 colorful fish, and the comfortable inland sea sailing conditions are what makes sailing in the Bahamas such a joy. However, it’s really the people in the islands who make these places extra special. I have been so lucky to cruise these islands for many years, and the places I like the best are the ones with the nicest people, the best facilities, and the most protected harbors. So let me take you to my one particular island I called home for KANDARIK, my 39-foot sloop, for several years.
Man-O-War Cay is located in the Hub of Abaco. The Hub is a triangle made up of three different, yet each unique island towns. There is Marsh Harbor, the capital of the Abacos with its international airport, Hopetown with its red and white striped historical, landmark lighthouse, and the last point in the Hub is Man-O-War Cay.
To enter the protected downtown Man-O-War Cay harbor, turn to port as you come through the channel. Sailing into town you will see, to starboard, pastel-colored buildings, the ferry dock, and Man-O-War Marina fuel dock. Also, there is a great little grocery store painted turquoise with most everything…”
Read the full article at All At Sea.