Pictures Bimini and crossing to Nassau by Christine

I did not take the time on the previous posts to get many pictures out about Bimini and none of the Nassau crossing so following are some catch up pictures.

Main street of Alice Town on North Bimini.

Main street of Alice Town on North Bimini.

Pier on Bimini where we moored.  Doesn't it look tropical?!

Pier on Bimini where we moored. Doesn’t it look tropical?!

About 2 hours into our passage from Bimini to Nassau.

About 2 hours into our passage from Bimini to Nassau.

Sunset photo from the bow of Truansea.  You can see one of our 'buddy boats' in the background.  It was reassuring to have a couple other boats to see and talk to throughout the night.

Sunsetting off the stern of Truansea. You can see one of our ‘buddy boats’ in the background. It was reassuring to have a couple other boats to see and talk to throughout the night.

Sun rising off the bow.  Morning finally arrived!

Sun rising off the bow. Morning finally arrived!

Crew waking up in the morning.  They opt to sleep in the cockpit where seasickness is not so apt to get you.  Logan woke up several times throughout the night to help out with the passage.  Cole has liked sleeping on the floor of the salon or the cockpit since he was a baby.  We are just careful not to step on him!

Crew waking up in the morning. They opt to sleep in the cockpit where seasickness is not so apt to get you. Logan woke up several times throughout the night to help out with the passage. Cole has liked sleeping on the floor of the salon or the cockpit since he was a baby. We are just careful not to step on him!

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We filled up with fuel on the way in, found a place to anchor and changed into our swim gear to cool off and snorkel around our boat.  We were quickly greeted by marine life.  The most exciting was the Eagle Rays and Mark was greeted by a barracuda peeking at him around the keel of our boat.

Fair Winds ~ Christine

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2 thoughts on “Pictures Bimini and crossing to Nassau by Christine

  1. That is so awesome. I am inspired by the wonderful memories you are making, and I love that we get to share them from afar. Keep up the posts! BTW Reno has been a little naughty of late, but the skinny pigs are doing great. Hi to everyone!

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