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Posted on 27 July 2015 | 11:13 pm

Caribbean Journal

A $90 Milllion Caribbean Island
Caribbean Journal
The 222-acre island just might be the most expensive private island listed in the Caribbean for sale, set in the heart of the Bahamas' Exumas chain near the famous Musha Cay retreat. cave6. The property, which is listed for $90 million with Bahamas ...

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Posted on 23 July 2015 | 1:44 pm

San Antonio Express-News (subscription)

Diving into another world
San Antonio Express-News (subscription)
Medina Lake is seen in a Sunday May 31, 2015 aerial photo. Recent rains, though devastating for other parts of Central Texas, have been a blessing for the long-on-the-verge-of-empty lake. The Texas Water Development Board website reported the lake 48.4 ...

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Posted on 19 July 2015 | 4:36 pm

Anguilla LNT

18 Dominicans Held For Alleged Fish Poaching Off Exuma
Bahamas Tribune
#EIGHTEEN Dominicans aboard a fishing boat south west of Great Exuma have been detained by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force on suspicion of poaching. #Their 100-foot, steel-hulled boat was allegedly filled with scale fish and crawfish caught in ...
In Bahamas, 18 Dominicans detained for alleged fish poachingWRAL.com
Dominican fishing vessel intercepted in Bahamian watersthebahamasweekly.com

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Posted on 13 July 2015 | 10:43 pm


Haitian migrants apprehended off central Exuma chain.
The Eleutheran
Coral Harbour Base (RBDF Release)… A Haitian vessel suspected of smuggling irregular Haitian migrants was intercepted a few miles west of the central Exuma chain in the Warderick Wells Cay area shortly after 9 a.m. on July 13th, 2015. The 30-foot ...
Haitian vessel intercepted off the Exumas by Royal Bahamas Defence Forcethebahamasweekly.com

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Posted on 13 July 2015 | 4:50 pm

DPM Davis remarks at Ecumenical Service Exuma
Exuma, by God's help, you have made steady gains over the years; and this island has given birth to many who have made the entire The Bahamas very proud. You have every right to celebrate your island and its place within this nation. Proof of your ...

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Posted on 11 July 2015 | 2:00 am


From swimming pigs to master musicians, a trip to the Bahamas is one long carnival
One thing I never thought I would hear myself say while on a boat cruising in the tropics under a glorious blue sky is the phrase: “Where are the pigs?” But Exuma in the Bahamas is home to a famous bunch of swimming pigs which usually put in an ...

Posted on 11 July 2015 | 12:37 am

Minister Mitchell remarks at the Exuma Celebrations for the 42nd Anniversary ...
My colleagues often ask why do I come to Exuma. My reply is always the same: the nation is not Nassau. This nation is an archipelagic one. If I had the power, the government would be dispersed to every island for this occasion so that the people can ...

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Posted on 4 July 2015 | 3:29 pm

Dallas Morning News

Bahamas' 360 best-kept secrets
Dallas Morning News
This past spring, my photographer and I sailed nearly the entire length of the chain, from Emerald Bay on Great Exuma in the south to Norman's Cay in the north. Our choice for sailboat charter companies was Navtours, pretty much the only major charter ...
Some Private Island Owners Have Climate Change on Their MindsNBCNews.com

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Posted on 1 July 2015 | 6:57 pm


Exuma Straw Market Vendors Receive Government Grant Assistance
EXUMA, The Bahamas – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development the Hon. Philip Davis, announced the grant of $2,300 to each of the twenty-three Straw Market vendors who suffered losses resulting from a fire which destroyed ...

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Posted on 30 June 2015 | 12:44 pm

Gov't Gives Exuma Straw Vendors $52000
The Bahama Journal
Twenty-three straw vendors in Exuma were each presented with a $2,300 cheque from Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis on Monday. The 23 cheques totalled $52,900 which was given to the straw vendors on behalf of the government during a service of ...

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Adventures In Exuma -- Jacqui blogs and photographs her adventures on Exuma. She and husband Bill settle in to their new home on the island with their dogs and cats in tow -- Abbey, Cooper, Macy and Mercury...

This Old Boat -- Follow the travels of George and Jane as they make their colorful pilgrimage to Georgetown , Exuma on their boat Galena with various stops along the way such as Warderick Wells Cay, Staniel Cay and Black Point...

Trip Report from Sue and Mike - Some excellent photos and travel notes from Warderick Wells in the Exuma Land and Sea Park...

Seeing Exuma From Offshore - Trip report from the Nita K...

Exuma Salt - In 1788, Exuma produced more than 100,000 bushels of salt...

Kalik, Kalik - Chet Ramo from the Boston Globe provides a glimpse of what Junkanoo is like on Exuma Island...

Exquisite Exuma - Everyone knows about Nassau, Grand Bahama, Eleuthera and the rest of the archipelago 250 miles out in the Atlantic (not the Caribbean) east of Miami. But thankfully few of you have ever heard of this unspoiled little island...

Exuma, the Bahamas - The New York Time reviews Exuma. “On its unspoiled beaches, the only footprints are probably your own...”

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