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Old 01-17-2011
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Inexpensive ride from Bamahas back to U.S.

Considering all supplies for Bahamas are coming from Mainland, there must be a lot of ships or boats crossing every days, is there a way that I can catch a boat ride heading back to FL. I though it may be fun than flying back to U.S.

Anyone know where I can contact to get a ride back? Thanks.
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From Freeport, get a one way ride on the MV Discovery Sun (about $140) to Fort Lauderdale. It is an old cruise ship that runs every day but Wed.
From the Abacos, go up to Crownhaven and catch the ferry to Macleans town ($50) and from Macleans town there is a bus to Freeport for $10.
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