What does a sailor do when their boat is for sale?
Enjoy the Bahamas of course.
But first, Matt must know what the wind strength is.
Then, off with our kiting friends to enjoy the water.
Thanks again to everyone who has helped us get the word out and to those who have contacted us about Mattina.
Thanks for reading. . .
4 thoughts on “Windsurfing in the Bahamas”
Ooh, I’m so jealous! I’d love to be there, basking on the beach.
Basking on the beach is lovely. The Bahamas has endless stretches with no crowds.
WOW! Momma Jean just came back from a mission’s trip to the Dominican Republic. Her pictures were from ON the island. The beach areas are great on all those islands. We are glad you share your adventures. Momma Jean and I like to pretend we get to live that life too.
Momma Jean sounds like she is doing some good work. We sailed to the DR on our last boat. That’s quite the experience too.