The marina is small but has everything we needed. There are two washers and two dryers... kind of pricey at $3.50 each, but at least the dryers work. They aren’t the most expensive we’ve used however, with that honor going to the marina across the harbour.
|Mainsail Cover Repair
|Jib Repair on the deck
|Its a Two-Person job
|Its a real town, like somewhere in Small-Town-USA
|Conch Salad in the making.
|Cruisers Happy Hour at the pool
|I invited some people from the anchorage for happy hour
|An impromptu WWS Meet-Up!
|Tha name ses it all!
|We couldn't help ourselves...
|Not the same, but pretty darned good!
|Ahhh the lovely selection at Maxwells
|A HUGE grocery store by Bahamian standards
|$50 for a chocolate bar that's probably a year old...
|Dinghy dock shared with the crew boat
|Putting up the pole
We had a pool, a gorgeous beach, restaurants if we wanted them, a grocery store, and a small bakery. If Treasure Cay had a convenient way to get water that was open to cruisers in the anchorage, it would be the perfect place to live. We found our anchor spot from our first stay here to be empty so there was no stress involved in getting settled.
|Another grocery run
|Surprising selection and great prices at the TC Grocery
|A sunken boat
|Our new view
|Some Sailor-Dude's doghouse
|A dive-bombing bird!