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Exuma News : Update from the land of beautiful water.
We just wanted to check in again and let you know a little bit about what was going on in the beautiful Exumas.
First of all we are open for business, the government has put in some travel protocols that you can find here. https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
The health and wellbeing of all who enter or reside in The Bahamas continues to remain the number one priority, and diligent efforts are enforced to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The following travel and entry protocols have been put in place to ensure The Bahamas is a safe and clean destination for all to enjoy.
Read more: https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening
National Optimist Championship Regatta
At the end of February the Exuma Sailing Club hosted the National Championship Regatta for Optimist in Exuma. Over 40 young sailors participated in this incredible event. The competition was strong, but overall it was an incredible experience for all of the participants, if you want to check out more pictures go over to Facebook @Exuma Sailing Club.
Sailing comes in many shapes and forms for the kids in the Exuma Sailing Club. Ranging anywhere from optis and sunfish, to the more traditional Bahamian Sloops. Living in one of the most beautiful places on the planet, known for its sailing, allows @Exuma Sailing Club to take advantage of fantastic sailing conditions year round. Check out their sailing programs. Read more: http://www.exumasailing.club
Crawfish Season is closed!!
Reminder: April 1st marks the beginning of the Crawfish closed season. Remember to fish responsibly! #CrawfishClosedSeason
Fisheries law states that during the closed season (April 1 – July 31) it is illegal to capture, have in possession, kill or offer for sale any fresh or live crawfish.
Learn more about fisheries regulations in The Bahamas click here or download the FREE Fish Rules app on your iPhone or Andriod today! Go to Breef for more information www.breef.org
National Family Island Regatta has been cancelled.
We are saddened to confirm that the 2021 version of the National Family Island Regatta is CANCELLED! Taking into consideration the issues of the current moment the committee decided to cancel this year’s regatta. We thought we would give you some throwback pictures of this amazing yearly regatta!! And tell you what to expect hopefully for 2022.
The National Family Island Regatta
Each year, for four days only, the best sailors from every major island in the Bahamas converge at Elizabeth Harbour on Exuma Island for the National Family Island Regatta. During these four days, Bahamian sailors arrive prepared to sail their locally-built sloops for the much-coveted “Best in the Bahamas” title. The competition is fierce and the atmosphere is alive with excitement as boating enthusiasts the world over descend on this picturesque island in the sun. Since the first race held in April 1954, the National Family Island Regatta has grown in size and popularity. (credit https://www.exumabahamas.org/article-family-island-regatta.html)
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