Bound for Paradise – Abacos, Bahamas via Catamaran

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As I said, I’m bound for paradise. Where I’m going tomorrow is nothing short of it. Pictured left is Tahiti Beach in the Abacos. Located in the Northern Bahamas, the Abacos are ideal for sailing, snorkeling, beaching, and island hopping (aka pub crawling). With that said, it is no wonder that the Abacos have landed on my must see list for my 2012 Spring Break vacation.

Up until now, I have tried hang gliding, SCUBA diving, hiking, horseback riding, biking, kayaking, driving a Lamborghini Murcielago, flying helicopters/planes, but I have yet to say that a catamaran is where I hang my hat, even if only for five days. My ride for the next week is a Lagoon 380 catamaran built for exploring the beautiful shallow waters and reefs of the best cays in the Abacos: Elbow Cay, Great Guana, Green Turtle, and various unknown beaches, dive spots, and ocean view picnic spots, of which I plan to uncover.

Until my next update, I wanted to share what is playing in my head as I finish packing, provisioning, and hop on the puddle jumper to Marsh Harbour….none other than Enya:

Stay tuned for more good times and good stories via the Bahamas.

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  1. Catamaran are a wonderful way to travel. Peaceful and sun and fun. We were on one in our travels in Cuba http://on.fb.me/Hav1Zw on the way to a private island where we had lobster and chicken. Explored and took too many photos to count. What a great time. Enjoy it. Loved the post.