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Beautiful shots! Thanks.

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Thanks for sharing, looks fantastic! Great shots too

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you have just renforced the reason why we need to get south next year, made my admiral want the clear blue sea even more, thanks for the excellent pictures and more reasons why we need to head south next year for our tour.
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Thank you for sharing! That was amazing!
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Good stuff, thank you.

Hey ... one constantly hears about problems for keelers in the Bahamas. Your girl is an HC33 drawing I'd guess around 5 - 6 feet ? How did you find depth for anchoring ?

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Great!

Thanks for the pics.

We want to go too but two months is my minimum and I don't think we can pull that off.
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HI,
I had a similar question as TDW. Can you tell us a little more about looking out for reefs, what your weather was like (looked awesome), any storms, where you picked up provisions along the way, etc? Thanks
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beautiful pics! very envious!
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We finally made it to Georgetown.

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Chat n Chill on Stocking Island
Don on Sandbar near Rolle Town
Our little friend Eric at Tropic of Cancer beach
Don at the tropic line
Santana's on Great Exuma

Very nice! Do you have a higher resolution of the sandbar picture?
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