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Man of War Cay

23 April 2024


SV Blue Agave sailed about from Little Harbor in route to Man of War Cay about 1000. The sail was three hours and we were all excited because they had heard great things about our new destination. It was famous for it’s superior boat building.
After anchoring we went to shore to explore. There was about a 1 mile walk to town and past the most manicured landscaping we had seen in the Bahamas. The homes were adorable and it was nice to get the walk. Most places “in town” were closed but I got an ice cream at the small grocery and we hit the sail shop. Bags were made in a small shop out of sail material but were also very pricy. A beach bag was $140. There are a lot of British touches on the island as well.
After the walk back we were hot and tired. After a late lunch/early dinner of sausage with rice and beans I did some au pair duties and watched Little Man while Phil and Anita went with some friends to check out another boat and plot their return to the states.

Posted by ErinDriver 16:45 Archived in Bahamas

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