WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 57 Harbour Island was once (along with its inhabitants, Brilanders) one of the more prosperous

places in the Bahamas ~ this due to the renown of local boat builders. Now it is justly celebrated for the miles and miles of pink beaches (the pink color coming from the bright pink or red shells of microscopic invertebrates called Foraminifera) which surround this erstwhile capital of the Bahamas. Not far away, Spanish … Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 54 Of course, the best way to enjoy the islands of the Abacos is to sail off on a day long

island-hopping tour: Start at Elbow Cay for a view of the pink and white striped lighthouse; then on to Man-O-War Cay, the boat building capital of the Abacos; next, the sleepy tropical delights of the beaches of Great Guana Cay; before carrying onwards to Shell Island for some beachcombing. Finish off the day at Misse’s … Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 22 When you visit Harbour Island on board ss Caribbean Star you can still see the influence of

the original British settlers – Victorian horse and carriage can be seen on the streets and the tea room continues to serve the infusion made famous by the English. Also, Windermere Island, some miles to the south, has been a frequent haunt of British royalty.  ~  Ship Card (visiting Islands C-13 & C-15 on the … Continue reading

WorldWide Cruise Line, WWCL, Caribbean Cruise, Board Game, iPhone App

WorldWide Cruise Line Caribbean Cruise Day 8 One of the most anticipated annual celebrations in the Bahamas is the week-long Out Island

Regatta on Great Exuma. When you dock your ketch Indigo Sails at Georgetown in March this normally sleepy town has been transformed. Traditional Bahamian sailing sloops race against each other during the day, and for a week the party mix of yachties, boat people, visitors, locals, island lovers and seafarers hardly get any sleep. ~ Ship Card (visiting … Continue reading