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Preparing for guest aboard
2 Jun 2018

Preparing for guest aboard

Welcome aboard S/V Sea duction!!! We had FOUR guest aboard this season! After speaking to other cruisers we realized this was a lot and we really appreciated everyone who came to visit us. From FL, NYC, and CA, they could have spent their time anywhere else but chose to experience liveaboard life to

Thirty-Two
1 Jun 2018

Thirty-Two

Thirty-stinkin-two years old. I LOVE my birthday, I always have! But let’s be honest that’s halfway to 35 (mid-thirties), it’s a little scary. lol. This year was unique, as I never envisioned I’d be spending it in the Bahamas…while living on a boat. But I had two of my

Exuma Land & Sea Park – Boo Boo Hill
31 May 2018

Exuma Land & Sea Park – Boo Boo Hill

This place is insanely g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s! So glad we were able to stop here on the way back up North because we sadly missed it on our way south. Warderick wells is the headquarters of the National Exuma Land & Sea Park, a 22 miles stretch of cays that promotes the saying “take only photos,

Exuma Land & Sea Park – Hawksbill Cay
30 May 2018

Exuma Land & Sea Park – Hawksbill Cay

There are two mooring fields available here, we anchored at the North end to be closer to the trails and beaches we wanted to see. The charts show that there were 4 mooring balls here however when we arrived there was one and it was broken. We spoke with the park warden when he came […]

Exuma Land & Sea Park – O’Brien’s Cay
28 May 2018

Exuma Land & Sea Park – O’Brien’s Cay

Our second stop in the Exuma Land and Sea Park! This beautiful small cay is just North of Cambridge, offers great protection, and gin clear waters! It’s also adjacent to Little Halls Cay, aka, Johnny Depp’s private island…but no sign of Johnny during our stay, lol. We explored the

Nurse Sharks at Compass Cay
25 May 2018

Nurse Sharks at Compass Cay

Ooooh Compass Cay you are beautiful! We anchored here for one night before making our way up the Land & Sea park. The entrance channels getting here are rather unique but very well marked, maintained, and dredged – which is highly unusual in the Bahamas. But the main attraction here is swi

Adventures in George Town
20 May 2018

Adventures in George Town

The capital of the Exumas is George town, the largest island in the chain where cruisers congregate through out the sailing season. This town has become our “home” away from home over the past month. Mainly because we’ve had THREE boat guest fly in to visit us from April to May an

Cost of living on a sailboat?
2 May 2018

Cost of living on a sailboat?

The big question. Before we decided on becoming full time cruisers we did hours worth of research on sailing forums hoping to find a “magical” number. Quitting jobs and selling belongs is a big decision and if you’re in the research phase it’s totally normal to be questioning

Bumper boats at Staniel Cay Yacht Club
14 Apr 2018

Bumper boats at Staniel Cay Yacht Club

Staniel Cay Yacht Club is one of the busiest marinas we’ve been to in the Bahamas. Full functioning hotel with water front cottages, a gift shop, guided tour boats, they also have the nicest dinghy dock I’ve ever seen, and a bar/restaurant with 3 dining rooms for breakfast, lunch, and di

Thunderball Grotto! A Beautiful surprise
9 Apr 2018

Thunderball Grotto! A Beautiful surprise

Thunderball Grotto lies west of Staniel Cay. We were anchored off of Big Major Cay, next to Staniel, and dinghied over at low tide. Very popular time to go, so there were lots of guided tour boats but we anchored our dinghy off to the far right by some rocks (about waist high at low tide), [&hellip