Man-O-War Cay has a long history of boat building. For over 200 years boats have been built here and the Albury Bros. Boatbuilding Shop is still building boats.
As you walk about town you find many examples of craft that were built in town.
Much of the equipment used in still in use today. Here's where they haul and store boats.
And here's the motor that drives everything.
The inside of the shops are interesting, a mix of old and new tools as well as old and new projects.
This boat must be 30' long.
When the Albury's retire they never stop working. This is the back yard of one of the elders.
Many of the houses and businesses never change. Here's a map of the area in Bronze.
There are always fun things to find while walking about.
And always a J24 in every harbor. Some a little better then others.
And on every island a beautiful beach. There is no such thing as an ugly beach in the Bahamas and every one takes your breath away.
We eat aboard almost all the time. Eileen finds new ways to make old dishes. Here she experimented with a new topping on our morning Yogurt and fruit. Chile Powder was actually ok.
However, Sunday's are the best. Bloody Mary's to begin the day.