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…

Garry ProvenGarry ProvenCanada

Great holiday; wind at our backs under full press. Much needed space and a chance to bounce ideas off other like minded sailors.  Food and drinks were wonderful and the sailing just like it should be.

John SchaeferJohn Schaefer

You cannot bottle sunshine and happiness but Sam comes as close as one skipper can.
The best way to enjoy a Yacht IBIS adventure is to know what you want. If you want to be catered to in white gloves with table clothes, this may not be your trip. There are great options elsewhere. If you are looking to have a great full participatory sail that has you pulling lines, grinding winches, taking the helm, climbing over everything and making lifelong friendships, sign aboard to be an IBIS pirate.

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