On and off the beaten path: the central and southern Bahamas guide : from south Florida to the Turks and Caicos

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Seaworthy Publications, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 327 pages
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The book has two sections. ?On the Beaten Path? covers The Biminis, Andros, The Berry Islands, New Providence, Eleuthera, Little San Salvador, Cat Island, Long Island, Conception Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador. ?Off the Beaten Path? covers The Jumentos, The Crooked/Acklins District, Samana, The Plana Cays, Mayaguana, Inagua and Hogsty Reef. While a prudent skipper should still carry government charts for the region, This guide provides much local knowledge and greater detail on how to safely transit these waters. With this guide most cruisers can safely and confidently find their way into anchorages and through passes, that previously appeared somewhat daunting. 320 pages, 134 charts, chart index, photographs and table of contents.

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Contents

THE BASICS
11
USING THE CHARTS
30
south florida to long island
37
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About the author (2002)

Stephen J. Pavlidis has been cruising and living aboard his 40' sloop "IV Play" since the winter of 1989. Starting in the Exuma Cays, over a decade ago, Steve began his writing career with his guides to the many fascinating destinations he visited. Many of his books stand alone to this day as the quintessential guides to the areas he covers. His books are different than most other cruising guides in some very significant ways. All of the charts in Steve's books were created using data personally collected while visiting each area using a computerized system that interfaces GPS and depth soundings.

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