Marsh Harbour to Man-O-War - 2017
|This is a beautiful house on the northwest point of the peninsula |
extending out from Marsh Harbour. Through the
little opening is Fanny Bay.
|This is the entrance to the harbor. A turn to port puts you in Man-O-War |
Harbour while a turn to starboard puts you in East Harbour.
The entrance was probably 100 feet wide.
|This work shop along the harbor is a good example of the |
industrious nature of the inhabitants of Man-O-War Cay.
|The moorings in the harbor are very close together. The |
water is so clear that you can see the mooring
anchor and fish swimming along.
|This is the concrete road that we followed to the beach |
on the other side of the island.
|Here Maggie is testing the water. It was chilly but beautiful |
and there was not another soul on the beach.
|I don't think you can take a bad photograph of the ocean here.|
|Most of the homes on Man-O-War are painted |
bright colors and are well maintained.
|This waterfront home is just north of the harbor.|
|A couple waterfront homes on the calmer |
Sea of Abaco side of the island.
|This is a view of the harbor from Albury's Sail Loft.|
|We stopped at Albury's Sail Loft (which now makes canvas bags) |
on our way back from our dinghy excursion. We "parked"
the dinghy outside while we shopped and this is
the dinghy and its shadow under
the clear water in the harbor.
|This photograph was taken along the beach |
on the ocean side at mid-island.