Sailing in the Bahamas Exuma Islands – Nov 2013

Tales of Our Voyage Sailing in the Bahamas Exuma Islands


Our first trip of the season wove its way down the stunning Exuma island chain as far as Warderick Wells and back to Nassau.  A mix of windless days, some rain and loads of sun, white sand beaches with some great beam reach sailing and fabulous snorkelling right from the boat.

Sailing Summary

Distance: 162 Nautical Miles

Duration: 10 Days

Fish Caught: 0

Trip Map

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What Our Guests Said…

Scott MacklinScott MacklinUSA

Sam, thank you for a wonderful vacation. Excellent hospitality, food was fantastic and all of your sailing knowledge.  God willing I will sail with you again!

Katherine GoughKatherine GoughUnited Kingdom

I started my journey nervous and pale

No seadog or sailors tale

The first sea journey was a little tough

The wind was high and the sea was rough

Initially terrified and harnessed for fear

I soon relaxed and enjoyed the cheer

Winching and steering and pulling the slack

I began to understand the sailing craik

The food was delicious and tasty

The sailing relaxed and not too hasty

We reached speeds of over 8 knots

The beer in the evenings was lots and lots

As the sun came out and we started to tan

Of sailing I think I could become a fan

The experiences shared are too many to list

Supermoon, stars, mahi, dolphins; gives the gist

Thank you Sam for my time on Bleu

I am proud to wear my T shirt badged Crew!

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