Obstruction at Double Breasted Cays

A mariner called in a report on 12-7-18 of a rock north-east of the Double Breasted Cays waypoint. He said there is 12’ of water all around it at high tide but the obstruction comes

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New Plymouth Pier

The town dock at New Plymouth Settlement at Green Turtle Cay is brand new. Unfortunately, at this time there are no ladders so getting from the dinghy is difficult. There is another dock by Curries

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Food and Charts for Bahamas

I am sure everyone’s situation is different but I would just like an idea of what I should take and how much. We are planning on hopefully cruising for 5months. How much food should I

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Cuba 2019

Anyone else thinking of Havana in January or February? I’m a 30 ft. fast trawler, will be in the Keys for Christmas, thinking of Havana then to Bimini, unknown from there. I can go alone

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Dog on board for Bahamas

Last year we sent in our form and money for the import license for our dog and NEVER received it, even after several phone calls. They seem to be in total disorder in this department

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New Minister proposes mooring fees

In an article published in the Bahamas Tribune on July 4th, the newly-appointed transport minister yesterday said he will look to introduce Family Island mooring fees for foreign cruising vessels. To read the entire article

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Conch poisoning on the rise in the Bahamas

The Bahamas Tribune has reported 22 confirmed cases of vibrio parahaemolyticus from persons eating raw conch in the Bahamas. Go to http://www.tribune242.com/news/2018/jul/27/fresh-water-wash-conch-or-close/ for the entire article. Many cases of food poisoning from conch cleaned in the Potters Cay

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