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Posted by on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 in Bahamas Anchorages, Beach, Exuma Islands, YouTube Videos | 0 comments

The Most Beautiful Beach in the Bahamas

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We’ve discovered the most beautiful beach in the Bahamas. It’s on the East side of Shroud Cay in the Exumas. GORGEOUS!

Go there, then take the dinghy through the northern-most mangrove creek until to you reach the Atlantic side of the island, then BOOM!

It’s hard to describe the colors, the contrast, the raw beauty of this place. The water is absolutely outstanding, the tall rocky cliffs frame the view, and the silky soft sand underfoot solidifies the notion that you’ve just arrived at the most beautiful beach in the Bahamas.

What an outstanding place to be. We also saw sea turtles and an entire NEST of lobsters (crawfish). I guess they mature to such great size and numbers here because they are protected by the rules of The Land & Sea Park, but WOW – those lobsters still look mighty tasty!

If you ever have the chance to see this beach, take the chance. It’s entirely well worth it. OH! Also, go at low tide if you can… that’s when the beach turns into a maze of small winding “rivers” that flow into the island… just amazing. 🙂

4.9.17 Moved to Shroud Cay today with Bali Ha’i. N 24*32.823 W 76*47.429

Molly dressed as a pirate as she ate breakfast. We watched a family movie tonight. “Where the Wild Things Are”

4.10.17 Today we did school and then we went over to the mangrove creek. We went through the beautiful creek all the way to the other side of the island. We saw a lot of sea turtles. When we got over to the beach we were blown away! It’s the most beautiful beach we’ve experienced so far!

After a busy day Ben and Molly snuggled in the V-berth.  There was also a beautiful full moon tonight.

4.11.17 Today we went back to the mangrove creek. It was a lot of fun! I swam a bit of the way back. I was chasing the turtles, but they were way too fast for me, I couldn’t catch any of them. They could see me and swam away before I ever got sight of them.

Tonight we went over to Bali Ha’i. The guys on another boat named Trident went over too. We had brownies and popcorn. Ben and I had a rum punch. We enjoyed hanging out and chatting with everyone. Trident is going South tomorrow and we are going North with Bali Ha’i.

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