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  • Bahamas Chatter: “Explorer Chart Course Lines/Garmin Active Captain” plus 1 more

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    Bahamas Chatter: “Explorer Chart Course Lines/Garmin Active Captain” plus 1 more
    Explorer Chart Course Lines/Garmin Active Captain

    Posted: 04 Apr 2018 03:49 AM PDT

    Can you please confirm that the current Garmin cartography and the Garmin Active Captain cartography is displaying the Explorer Chartbook course lines? Can you also let us know which other cartography choices have these lines embedded?

    Stern anchors (another opinion)

    Posted: 03 Apr 2018 08:34 AM PDT

    Having cruised the Bahamas for the past ten years aboard a 42′ catamaran, I have only deployed a stern anchor once, in a narrow cut near Double Breasted Cay. We have a Rocna anchor for our primary (bow) anchor on 250′ of chain and a Fortress FX-85 anchor on 25′ of chain with a 150′ rope rode that I used as a stern anchor. My learning experience was to have enough rode (chain or line) to reach the opposite anchor when the current switches direction. When pulling off from the anchorage, you need to retrieve the down current anchor first so you have to let our enough rode to end up over the top of the downcurrent anchor. As it relates to scope, I would suggest using the maximum because of one anchor slides, you’re going to end up with a huge mess. My opinion is a single anchor is preferred over a double anchor and a strong mooring ball is preferred over a single anchor in some situations. I prefer to find an anchorage where a double anchor is not required. Good luck. Safe cruising! Blades R.

  • Bahamas Chatter: Where to leave boat for 2 months?

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    Bahamas Chatter: Where to leave boat for 2 months?
    Where to leave boat for 2 months?

    Posted: 02 Apr 2018 03:28 AM PDT READ MORE!

    We are planning a trip to the Bahamas but may need to leave the boat for one or two months. We would prefer to simply leave the boat there instead of sailing back and then returning to the Bahamas. Does anyone have any suggestions in the Andros, Berry Islands, Nassau, and or Eleuthera area which would be safe?

    Also, if one does leave their boat in the Bahamas, what security measures should one take?
    Thanks
    s/v John Galt

  • Bahamas Chatter: Checking data usage on BTC

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    Bahamas Chatter: Checking data usage on BTC
    Checking data usage on BTC

    Posted: 30 Mar 2018 02:13 PM PDT READ MORE!

    Is there a way to check data usage on BTC?

    Thanks,

    Tim

  • Bahamas Chatter: Stern anchors

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    Bahamas Chatter: Stern anchors
    Stern anchors

    Posted: 26 Mar 2018 06:03 PM PDT READ MORE!

    I am sailing a 40ft cat daft 1.35.

    I would like to know how often stern anchors are deployed cruising in the Bahamas.

    If they are used at all what setup? How much chain, rode, scope, and what techniques are used for deployment?

  • Bahamas Chatter: Buccaneeer Club

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    Bahamas Chatter: Buccaneeer Club
    Buccaneeer Club

    Posted: 26 Mar 2018 04:51 AM PDT READ MORE!

    We stopped at governors harbour on our way back to spanish wells from cape eluthera. We and our buddy boat wanted to go out for dinner. A friend had recommended the buccaneer club. We made a reservation for 7pm. When we got there there was a table with a reserved sign on it. The attendant seated us, gave us menus, and took drink orders. The menu was varied from apps to sandwiches to full meals. we had full meals plus drinks and dessert. Price was probably $$$-$$$$ but well worth it. We all said that the ambiance, food quality, service, etc was the best we’ve experienced in the bahamas. when we left there was a line. Thank god for reservations.

  • Bahamas Chatter: Anchoring Fees

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    Bahamas Chatter: Anchoring Fees

    Anchoring Fees

    Posted: 23 Mar 2018 08:38 AM PDT

    We have received confirmation from Exuma Park that the anchoring fees are indeed being collected as of March 1, 2018.

  • Bahamas Chatter: “Waterproof charts” plus 1 more

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    Bahamas Chatter: ““Waterproof” charts” plus 1 more
    “Waterproof” charts

    Posted: 21 Mar 2018 06:53 AM PDT READ MORE!

    My Explorer charts get wet fairly often.

    Pages are ‘waterproof’ but the ink is definitely not.

    As a result, my northern Abaco charts are nearly useless, having overlays on one page and blank on the other, as the ink lifts from one to the other facing pages.

    Has anyone addressed this issue successfully in the past? Do Monty and Sarah sell replacement pages? It seems a real waste to have to buy another book for the sake of a few pages…

    ANCHORING FEE OPPOSITION; original letter by CHARISMA

    Posted: 20 Mar 2018 05:32 PM PDT

    Hello fellow crusiers:

    An unidentified boater from the Cruisers Net, well intentioned I’m sure, posted my letter below without my knowledge and moreover took the liberty of fictionalizing an opening paragraph. I believe many of you know that on 28 Feb, I was at my station as Net Controller in George Town…not in the land and sea park. Below is the original email letter to a friend, which I am totally happy to make public. Please feel free to copy and distribute, especially to BNT, BUT IN ITS COMPLETE AND ORIGINAL FORM. Thanks, Bill, sv CHARISM

    Good morning, Joe:

    Insofar as you may have a rapport with this man, perhaps you’d care to admonish him that there currently is NO mention of anchoring “fees” for vessels under ninety feet on the current park web site, Exumapark.org. I copied just now what is presented on that site and pasted it in at the conclusion of the Email.

    I put fees in quotes, insofar as this charge to anchor a boat within these boundaries is tantamount to extortion. In my opinion if I anchor for the night and do not go ashore, then my activity places no strain upon the Park’s services or environs. Were I even so to float in the water to view fish and coral, what rationale is there to prevent me from doing this when I have paid my entry money allowing me, as per the Commonwealth, to physically be in any Bahamian location I so choose? Any effort to extract additional money for a particular area indistinguishable from surrounding environs is extortion, plain and simple, by definition, not opinion, and I shall not support it. Moreover, I intend to publish and circulate the above as broadly as media and conversation permits within the cruising community. The response to you from Joe in Nassau reveals his selective assessment that cruiser response is favorable; he is merely promoting the sound of his choir to advance an agenda. To the contrary the vast number of folks I canvas objectively, feel as me. That without published presentation of need, financial transparency, proper notification, and responsible methods of collection, anchoring “fees” in open Bahamian waters is a sham, and the use of the Park’s good name is being exploited. Therefore, neither I nor others with whom I have spoken will continue to anchor within Park boundaries, thereby averting conflict and discrimination we feel as a result of these sad circumstances. Furthermore, some of us who have freely contributed to the Park financially shall cease doing so. This new anchoring policy is ironically exploiting the very gift of nature it seeks to protect. Myself and others like me, and there are many, shall not be a part of it.

    Please feel to forward this letter to anyone you do choose, including the Bahamas National Trust, and Exuma Land and Sea Park. I shall be doing so now to about one hundred fellow cruisers on my list.

    Very truly yours,
    Bill, s/v CHARISMA, Black Point, Exuma, 15 March, 2018
    Captain W. Tice, USCG MASTER 100 Ton

  • Bahamas Chatter: Cheap fuel

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    Bahamas Chatter: Cheap fuel
    Cheap fuel

    Posted: 16 Mar 2018 04:54 AM PDT READ MORE!

    I took on diesel today 3-15-18 at the St Georges Power Plant Russell Island outside of Spanish Wells. 200 gallons tax included was $3.65/gal. Mac, the fuel dock manager lost his cell. He got a new cell and the number is 242-557-7520. They pump fuel for the fishing fleet.

  • Bahamas Chatter: “Exit clearance from states to enter Bahamas…??” plus 1 more

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    Bahamas Chatter: “Exit clearance from states to enter Bahamas…??” plus 1 more

    Exit clearance from states to enter Bahamas…??

    Posted: 13 Mar 2018 04:56 AM PDT READ MORE!

    True or False…I just recently heard that Bahamian Customs is requiring U.S. Customs clearance from the states to enter the Bahamas. Is this just for Canadians or is it something new for US registered boats as well?

    Store in Current

    Posted: 12 Mar 2018 06:41 PM PDT

    Just visited the Current, Eleuthera and they now have a small store with limited goods, cans, frozen meat, onions etc. but the owner does bring in good fresh fish to sell. Nice friendly folks in town. Stop by. There is a public road off the north beach. Nice anchorage in E to SE wind.

  • Bahamas Chatter: Crossing from St Lucie.

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    Bahamas Chatter: Crossing from St Lucie.
    Crossing from St Lucie.

    Posted: 10 Mar 2018 11:57 AM PST READ MORE!

    Hey all!

    Departing Vero Sunday mid day and looking to make the crossing to West End. Anyone else making the jump from St Lucie?

    Any qualms with this weather window?

    Smooth Sailing!

    -SV Ruca

  • Bahamas Chatter: “THE QUEEN CONCH NEEDS PROTECTION” plus 1 more

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    Bahamas Chatter: “THE QUEEN CONCH NEEDS PROTECTION” plus 1 more

    THE QUEEN CONCH NEEDS PROTECTION

    Posted: 08 Mar 2018 02:36 PM PST READ MORE!

    The queen conch (Strombus gigas) is a large marine mollusc, formerly abundant throughout the Caribbean region. It is now under threat from overfishing.

    There has been a major decline in the population of protected queen conchs in the Bahamas’ Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park over the last 20 years.

    The most recent survey found predominantly older queen conchs, with a shortage of juveniles to replace them.

    Researchers believe overfishing in upstream areas has depleted the park’s larval supply. Increased predator density within the park may also be a problem for juveniles.

    Queen conch fisheries outside protected areas in the Bahamas are experiencing intense fishing pressure and are near collapse.

    Conchs play a huge role in Bahamian culture.

    Act now to save the Queen Conch.

    Shedd Aquarium Postdoctoral Research Associate Dr. Andy Kough has been working alongside partners at the Bahamas National Trust to survey different habitats around The Bahamas for queen conch. Using Shedd’s research vessel, the R/V Coral Reef II, Dr. Kough and fellow researchers are gathering data to inform conch fishery management and protect populations into the future.

    Long Island Update 2018

    Posted: 08 Mar 2018 02:29 PM PST

    Here are some changes to add to your 6th Edition Explorer Chartbook Far Bahamas, in case you haven’t already found them:

    NORTH END, CAPE SANTA MARIA TO HARVEY’S BAY

    Pratt’s Store at Seymours closed
    Beach Bungalow Restaurant closed
    Internet Connection near Stella Maris closed
    Williams’ Auto Car Rentals at Glintons closed
    No more scooter rentals at Stella Maris Inn

    Coming soon: Tiki Bar and Grill at north end of Queen’s Highway at Seymours; boat tours of swimming pigs and feeding the stingrays.
    Add Columbus Harbour Tours with Omar Daley at 357-1417.

    HARVEY’S BAY TO MCKANNS

    Add Green Leaf Bar and Grill at Bunches
    Long Island Souvenirs at Deals
    Wemyss-ical Treasures at Wemyss

    SALT POND (Thompson Bay to Grays)

    Long Island Breeze closed
    Royal Bank of Canada in Cartwrights closed
    Scotia Bank at Buckleys operating only two days a week with limited services (still have ATM for now)
    Explorer Chartbooks now available at Seafarer Marine, Salt Pond, as well as Long Island Petroleum
    Hardings Supply Centre Salt Pond closed
    Add to Restaurants: Club Washington in McKanns and Tiny’s Hurricane Hole (formerly Parrots of the Caribbean) on Thompson Bay
    Internet at Sou’Side Grill and Tiny’s
    Also laundry at Tiny’s (two washers and dryers)
    Seaside Car Rental (formerly listed as Fox Auto) correct phone number 338-0140 or 357-1528
    Stan’s Car Rentals closed

    DEADMANS CAY AREA
    Add to Groceries: Kirtland’s Supermarket and Deli
    JB Carroll’s Grocery and lodging closed
    Library at Buckleys closed
    Constantakis no longer rents cars in Petty’s
    Add to Restaurants: Lloyd’s Sporting Lounge (Restaurant) at Turnbull, Big Gate on airport road.

    CLARENCE TOWN and SOUTH END

    The new Lighthouse Point Restaurant at Flying Fish Marina offers a spectacular view of the ocean and the cut into the harbour. There is also a new ship’s store with limited but growing supplies.

    Add to Bakery and Groceries: Everyday Essentials (delicious baked bread and goodies and dry goods) on the hill in downtown Clarence Town

    Below Clarence Town, closed businesses are Yelredda’s, Sweet P’s, Red Door at Berry’s, BTC Roses. Government clinic is still open.

    J’s Convenience Store at Dunmore, expanded merchandise

    A road trip revealed that the Queen’s Highway gets worse with potholes as you travel north from Salt Pond and better as you travel south, but it is always worth a road ramble on Long Island to find the old and the new.

  • Bahamas Chatter: Rock Sound, Eleuthera, Update

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    Bahamas Chatter: Rock Sound, Eleuthera, Update
    Rock Sound, Eleuthera, Update

    Posted: 07 Mar 2018 01:17 PM PST READ MORE!

    Thanks to a fellow cruiser for this new information on Rock sound:

    Four Points, then Pascals, then Wild Orchids, now it is Frigates Restaurant. They have built a really nice enlarged dinghy dock and the gully has been partly dredged out. Great happy hours, free wifi, really nice but pricey for dinner. Hall’s grocery store has done some renovations and is really nice and well stocked, better prices than the Marketplace. They just completed a big dredging project and bulit an apron at the gov’t dock and the fast ferry/Island Link made its initial run into Rock Sound yesterday, huge uptick for the south end of the island as previously fast ferry only came into Gov Hbr. The old mailboat Eleuthera Express apparently has been retired due to age, all this infrastructure being funded by the Fast Ferry company. Everything else pretty much the same in Rock Sound, just as friendly as ever. Some expansion on the 3T’s laundromat, very clean and friendly.

    The road near Glass Window was washed out with this last storm and folks have said it was worse there Sunday then during recent hurricanes. There is a report of some tourists who were swept away there, one survived but one missing.

  • Bahamas Chatter: “Seminar: Crossing the Gulf Stream” plus 1 more

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    Bahamas Chatter: “Seminar: Crossing the Gulf Stream” plus 1 more
    Seminar: Crossing the Gulf Stream

    Posted: 06 Mar 2018 05:24 AM PST READ MORE!

    A seminar on the topic of Crossing the Gulf Stream will be held on April 19, 2018, at Dania Beach, Florida in the IT Parker Center. Time to be announced.

    The two-hour seminar will be led by Captain Chase Camacho, USCG Master for 27 years. Captain Chase has traveled to the Bahamas since 1991. Also about six other captains will be there to assist with any other questions. Special Guest will be the U.S. Coast Guard.

    Topics include:
    Do’s and Don’t’s of crossing the Gulf Stream
    How to prepare
    What to bring
    Storage
    Important engine quick fixes

    The fee is $795/boat up to 5 people and $100/pp for additional passengers.

    For further information, please contact Captain Chase Camacho at chaseuone@gmail.com.

    New fuel and dockage survey March 6, 2018

    Posted: 06 Mar 2018 05:11 AM PST

    A new survey of dockage and fuel prices has been completed and posted showing most of the marinas offering these services in the Bahamas. Some we were unable to contact at the present time and they are shown in red. In general, fuel prices were up with a few exceptions.

    Please go to our website www.explorercharts.com under Fuel and Dockage Prices to check our latest findings. We will be updating continuously as we get new information.

  • Bahamas Chatter: New Anchoring fee for Exuma Land and Sea Park

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    Bahamas Chatter: New Anchoring fee for Exuma Land and Sea Park

    New Anchoring fee for Exuma Land and Sea Park

    Posted: 02 Mar 2018 01:53 PM PST READ MORE!

    This was posted in Bahamas Sailing and Cruising Facebook group. Big change is a $0.50/foot anchoring fee for vessels under 90′.

    “Good morning cruisers; Park Warden at the ECLSP here. Below is some important info from our Administrator in regards to a new anchorage fee structure.

    Attention ALL vessels:

    New Anchorage Fees in effect as of today; March 1st, 2018.

    Vessels 90’ and above will be required to pay $1 per foot for anchoring within the Park boundaries.

    Vessels under 90’ will be required to pay $0.50 per foot for anchoring within the Park boundaries.

    Please remember the park boundaries run from Wax Cay Cut in the North to Conch Cut in the South, and extend outward 4nm to the East and the West.

    Thank you,
    Park Administrator
    Joseph Ierna Jr”

  • Bahamas Chatter: “George Town/Elizabeth Harbour Fuel Update” plus 1 more

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    Bahamas Chatter: “George Town/Elizabeth Harbour Fuel Update” plus 1 more

    George Town/Elizabeth Harbour Fuel Update

    Posted: 28 Feb 2018 05:25 AM PST READ MORE!

    In our monthly fuel survey,for several months we have been unable to get a response to our calls to Exuma Yacht Club. Now we can give a first-hand report on fuel in Elizabeth Harbour. The marina was severely damaged by hurricanes last year and has not been rebuilt. There is no fuel (or water) at the dock. Gasoline can be obtained by jerry-jugging from the filling station.The Harbour Master reports that delivery of diesel can be made to the rough concrete government dock, where the mailboat and freight boats come in. Arrangements can be made through the filling station in town.

    The nearest fuel stations are the Marina at Emerald Bay on Great Exuma and Long Island Petroleum in Salt Pond.

    Additional information on the harbour: The moorings in Hole #1 have been reduced to just a handful and there is no pumpout boat operational. It is wise to be aware of the possible harbour pollution with the large number of vessels there.

    Crossing

    Posted: 27 Feb 2018 04:13 PM PST

    What is best way to find others doing crossing from Florida to Abaco?

  • Bahamas Chatter: Mooring in Abaco

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    Bahamas Chatter: Mooring. In Abaco.
    Mooring. In Abaco.

    Posted: 17 Feb 2018 03:00 PM PST
    Looking for a recommendation for mooring or docking a 44’ voyage cat. Looking for charter partners. Expected to get permit late March. Heading north from BVI. Hoping to call Abaco our new base. AlternateLatitude.com

  • Request for Holding Conditions, Morgan’s Bluff Anchorage, Bahamas

    Louise is asking for recent experience anchoring in Morgan’s Bluff. If you have had good luck setting your anchor there, let us hear from you.

    Can you tell us what the bottom conditions are for anchoring in Morgan’s Bluff? We heard after Juaquine in 2015 the bottom was all scoured and thus poor holding. Wondering if it has improved.
    Louise

    Morgan’s Bluff is not in our Anchorage Directory, but we found these entries via Google:

    www.noonsite.com › Countries › Bahamas
    Morgans Bluff – Profile. Location. Morgan’s Bluff at the north end of North Andros, just north of Nicholls Town. Not much goes on here except for the regatta … The anchorage is good holding in sand and grass and protection good except from the north. The government dock is off-limits to private boats.

    And this from Cruisers’ Net Partner Explorer Charts:

    Morgans Bluff & Nicholls Town

  • Bahamas Chatter: Tale of Two Lights

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    Bahamas Chatter: Tale of Two Lights

    Tale of Two Lights

    Posted: 09 Feb 2018 06:29 AM PST

    We have a first-hand report on two navigational lights; one of which is crucial to navigation in an open area and the other one entering Nassau Harbour from the east. READ MORE!

    The first, the Northwest Channel Light, is still not lighted. There is a pole (approximately 30′) with a rope trailing from the top. This crucial light has not yet been replaced (for several years).

    The second, the light on Porgee Rock, has been rebuilt and is working. The irony of this is that we just took that light off all of the Explorer charts of the area and published the new data last summer, and now it is working again! Oh well! So make a correction on your charts: The Porgee Rock Light is now working (for now).

    Monty Lewis
    Explorer Chartbooks

  • Bahamas Chatter: Guana moorings?

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    Bahamas Chatter: Guana moorings?
    Guana moorings?

    Posted: 08 Feb 2018 03:29 PM PST

    Looking for a reasonable place to moor a 35 foot sailboat for long term near Guana Cay. Just bought a boat that has been occupied on the hook in Marsh Harbour, but I’m living in a home in Guana for the next year.

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