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Cool Cruising the Bahamas for Surf

Any care to suggest any breaks. Plan is to charge it after hurricane season.
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Off Elbow Cay (Hopetown)...Abacos
Moor in the Harbor and surf all day!
This is in front of the Abaco Inn there. (not me!)
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The latest surfer mag has an article on the Caribbean. I am starting to get really pumped about the surfing expedition there.
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Thanks Jag, I'll pick it up for future ref. Are you still going this year?

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The preliminary plan is to trailer the Mirage and the Cobia down to the keys in late October for the lobster and fest, and then sail the Tartan and Islander down in late November and spend Christmas in the Keys and Bahamas.
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Sounds great! Sometime in the future, we plan to sail/surf down the coast of mexico, thru the canal, and into paradise. Take off for about a year.

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Sometime in the future I plan to get thru the canal and sail/surf the coast to the Sea of Cortez for a couple of years before zipping off to Australia via Maui. I can't believe what I am thinking

I am assuming the trip thru the canal is about 2-3 years away, I have got a lot to learn. Today it is back to the drawing board @ Jullington Creek for a sunset cruise on the Tartan. Life almost passed me by, that was close~!! Sailing ROCKS~!!

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Might want to read about Liz Clark and her voyages on s/v Swell. Website is located at: LINK

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