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Old 07-21-2013, 04:42 PM
deek deek is offline
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Originally Posted by Jaypratt View Post
From Staniel Cay, you have lots of options.
Cat I, Hawks Nest, Rum Cay, or out to San Salvador.
Long Island, has good lunch at Stela Maris.
+1 for Stella Maris on Long Island! I've made 3 trips there in the LongEZ from SoCal and find the location idyllic and the food wonderful.
'83 LongEZ - N888EZ 3,671 hours
'89 LimoEZ - N26EZ 686 hours (sold)
A couple of Glasairs and a Lancair 320...
Next: a RV14 need something to build
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Old 07-21-2013, 05:41 PM
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While in Hope Town, make sure you check out the old cemetary that's built into the sand dune.

I don't remember the dock restaurant name at the ferry landing point but it's pretty good.
They had some big fish eating all the discards thrown off the side.
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Old 07-21-2013, 06:22 PM
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There are a lot of new fees for visiting the Bahamas now. Make sure you don't get caught by this when you land. Because of these new fees I won't be landing in the Bahamas anytime soon.
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