Little Harbour and Lynyard Cay

April 2, 2015 Posted by Deb

These two spots are the tail end of the Abacos interior sailing range. You have to kick out through the reef and into the Atlantic to get anywhere south. They are also a turn around point for charter boats and the Abaco-only sailing crowd. Our quiet little anchorage went from three to eighteen boats in one afternoon. Other than a couple of dogs, it was a quiet evening despite the party barges.

Hammock, ball, firepit, boiling kettles, lobster husks compliments of cruisers gone by and beach debris

Hammock, ball, firepit, boiling kettles, lobster husks compliments of cruisers gone by and beach debris

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We dinghed the two miles to Little Harbour and saw all the sites in about two hours. That included the hike to the dead lighthouse, every road, the famous Pete’s Pub, and the famous art gallery. It’s funny that people rent cars to drive all the way down there and they ask where Pete’s Pub is and not the famous art gallery. The metal artwork in the gallery started at around $4,000 a piece … island art has come a long way.

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