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Into the Deep Blue: Bahamas Beneath the Waves

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Beneath the waves of the Bahamian seas lies another world entirely; go into the deep blue to snorkel secluded caves, dive legendary wrecks, scuba pristine coral, and swim with friendly dolphins, and more. The deep blue sea has so much to offer, you’ll wonder why it took you so long to get beneath the waves. Some of the Bahamas' most essential experiences take place under the sea.
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Wondering what to do with day old risotto while sailing the Exuma Cays ...
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2233 S Andrews Ave, Ft. Lauderdale 33316
Located on Staniel Cay, Staniel Cay Yacht Club is a great starting point for exploring the lesser-known cays. You can fly on a small Cessna Grand Caravan from Fort Lauderdale to the yacht clubs air strip. Once at the yacht club, you'll get to...
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Dunmore Town, The Bahamas
One of my all-time favorite hotels on Harbour Island –or Briland, as the locals call it–is The Landing http://www.harbourislandlanding.com/. One of my favorite shops–The Landing's 'Ruby's'. You'll find some wicked baby outfits (kick-ass t-shirts...
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Feeding the stingrays with Bimini Scuba Center was the highlight of our weekend! We'd booked the trip the night before after chatting with a few photographers who were on island in pursuit of the center's rare hammerhead safari. Not an experienced...
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An Abaco out-island in the Bahamas, Green Turtle Cay is a magical place. New Plymouth is the main village on the island and is home to some 400 - 500 inhabitants -most of whom can trace their roots to the Loyalists from the Revolutionary War who...
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The Crush Nightclub is open for teens between 13-17 vacationing with their families at Paradise Island. Crush is a safe, fun environment, and the perfect place for young folk to escape their parents', if only for a few hours. The lounge include an...
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Bailey Town, The Bahamas
Chartering a fishing boat for a day on the open ocean is one thing, but getting beneath the waves with a spear and a mask is a wholly different experience, one that you can enjoy with the help and instruction of Strata G Smith, a native Bahamian...