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09-24-2006 06:48 PM
Vasco Staniel Cay is not a good spot to leave a boat. In fact they ask you to leave the dock if a front is forecast. Sampson Cay, just north of Staniel is a lot better. Very sheltered. You can also leave a boat in Georgetown at the marina there. It's a bit bumpy and some slips don't have a lot of water but for a month it should be ok. If you want to leave it on a mooring, they're available in GT in hole number three. If you want to leave it on the hard you can leave it at Georgetown Marine in Master's Harbour. I would say Sampson Cay would be the most secure spot. You can get a lift (dink ride) to Staniel and fly out of there.
09-05-2006 09:10 PM
camaraderie Staniel Cay Marina would be a good choice.
09-05-2006 04:57 PM
Bahamas cruise

I plan to cruise Bahamas in January 2007. Does anyone know a place to leave boat for month in Spanish Wells, Georgetown or other places on Eleuthra and the Exumas.

Thanks, Henry Beard, Galatea

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