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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tendering Ashore - Coco Cay, Bahamas

Good morning,

Today's images are of trip tendering ashore to spend a day at the beach in Coco Cay, Bahamas.  I took the image above from an identical tender as we were ready to tender from Freedom of the Seas to the island.
The island doesn't look very big from here, but there are plenty of fun things to do all day we are here.
I turned around and took this shot of the others with me on the lowers deck of the tender.
We are getting close!
 This is one of the places where we get great "ship shots" of our mother ship.
 Here we are pulling into the tender dock at Coco Cay.
 The island has a full time staff responsible for all of the activities on the island.  These include scuba, snorkel, raft rentals, para sailing, and so much more.
 But, daughter Catherine, Aunt Carol, and our friends Chris and Patti were heading for the beach.  Some went snorkeling, others of us (ha!) spent some time inspecting palm trees.  See tomorrow's post for my inspection report.  ;)

Enjoy,
 Lois

5 comments:

Montanagirl said...

So beautiful there! We had 23 degrees this morning. I imagine it was much more balmy there, LOL.

Sherry said...

Ah! A good place to settle in with a good book for the day.

River Glorious said...

The beach photo, the sand, it looks so beautiful and clean. I went to the beach last Sunday but didn't take any photos.

TexWisGirl said...

really like the first shot. :)

Elaine said...

I assume you're inspecting those palms from below!