Sailing from West End, Bahamas to Charleston, South Carolina we encountered some pretty cool companions. They followed us for about 45 minutes.
Like so many 80-mile Long Island, Bahamas has a rough side and a calm side. One side has the dramatic cliffs and caves of the east coast that front the crashing Atlantic waves. The west side has soft, sandy beaches that lead into the Bahamas Bank.
The start of the 7th Leg of the Volvo Ocean Race in Boston.
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Pictures of beautiful Split and Trogir on the Croatia coast.
The Island Biševo is made up of limestone and has numerous sea caves along the coast of the island, which may be visited by boat. This cave picture here is Modra Špilja, the Blue Grotto.
The Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road located on Australia’s Shipwreck Coast.
Pictures taken of Groningen, the Netherlands “best kept secret”.
The settlement of Rock Sound on Eleuthera Island, Bahamas was originally called New Portsmouth.
Take a look at some of the beautiful sites of Black Point, Exumas, Bahamas.