G-town

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G-town. I’ve heard it described as “adult summer camp” for cruise and “a circus”. It certainly was overwhelming for us to get a lay of the land, to navigate the myriad of activities and communications.

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We came on a mission to find V’s conch, a special one that George hid on Stocking Island. I drew up a map with his instructions and we set off with sv Robin to find it. The mission was a success and now the pretty conch (with nary a hole in it thanks to George’s freezer trick) sits in V’s cabin.

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(O finds a swing that’s just right for him.)

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It was nice to meet other families with children. We loved how the grocery store and free water were right off the dinghy dock. But after a week, we were happy to move on.

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We enjoy the simple pleasures in life. Collecting seashells, playing on the beach, hanging out with just one or two other boats at a time. We’re heading north now, hoping to get up to the Abacos before returning to the U.S.

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One Reply to “G-town”

  1. I think you set some sort of record for shortest stay in Georgetown as a family boat. It’s a cool kid place, but when we got stuck there (engine issues) as cruisers in our 20’s we were bored stiff! I have to say I do look forward to taking the kids there though.

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