Cambridge Cay Area Highlight Video!

We have been enjoying the Exumas! The winds have been consistently from the East which has made traveling South on the West side of the Exuma island chain very enjoyable! The islands provide a wind break so the waves don’t build too much, and the constant breeze of around 15knots is enough for some memorable sails. We spent a decent amount of time anchored in Cambridge Cay which was a central location for some of our favorite spots in the Exuma Land and Sea Park.

We dinghied over to the Sea Aquarium which had some of the best snorkeling we’ve encountered! There are dinghy mooring balls so we didn’t need to worry about our anchor damaging the beautiful corals. Once we got in it was difficult to leave because it was so beautiful. The Rocky Dundas are cave formations boasting stalactites and stalagmites. Swimming into these unique caves was a great experience. The Bubble Bath was an amazing swimming hole. We followed a small creek which led us to the swimming hole that was fed by the large waves crashing over the rock wall separating us. It was mesmerizing watching the waves crash down and create all the bubbles that filled the swimming hole.

We’ve put together a video to share some of the interesting things we’ve seen around the Cambridge Cay area of the Exumas. I hope you enjoy!

 

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4 Responses

  1. Maureen Murphy says:

    So magnificent! Thank you so much for sharing. At this point I am pretending to be me snorkeling. Awesome filming.

  2. Bill Grabenstein says:

    What an awesome video! I am so glad that you are experiencing the best the Bahamas has to offer. I am also jealous surviving the Tennessee winter. I love you guys, Dad

  3. Craig says:

    Hi, Last week my wife and I purchased an Aloha 34 hull number 182. I can’t seem to join the Aloha 34 Network. Do you know of any Aloha use groups that are active and accepting new members? Love your blog and what you have shared. Cheers Craig

    • cgrabens says:

      Wow thats great Craig! We are hull #179! The Aloha Owners Network slowly shut down when the founder sold his boat. Unfortunately no one wanted to take it over, but perhaps if someone is interested we could try to revive it! I will shoot you an email, we have a wonderful pdf file full of helpful information!

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