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On and Off the Beaten Path: The Central and Southern Bahamas Guide : From South Florida to the Turks and Caicos

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    Stephen J. Pavlidis(Author)

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  • PDF | 327 pages
  • Stephen J. Pavlidis(Author)
  • Seaworthy Publications Inc.; New Ed edition (May 1, 2002)
  • English
  • 8
  • Travel

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  • By Happy Girl on February 20, 2003

    I am getting ready to take off for the Bahamas next month so I decided to take a trip to the ship's store and have a look at the cruising guides. I am heading to the Southern Bahamas so you would think that this guide would be perfect. It is NOT. I took a quick look through the contents and index and discovered he did not cover the Exumas. How could this be? Ah... Mr. Pavlidis wants you to buy YET ANOTHER of his books, one specifically covering the Exumas. Appauling. How can you say you are covering the central and southern Bahamas WITHOUT even one chapter on the Exumas?I think I will stick with my trusty Yachtsman's guide to the Bahamas. It actually covers the Bahamas. It does not leave out A WHOLE ISLAND CHAIN in order to suck up another 30 bucks.The book's name should be The Central and Southern Bahamas Guide EXCLUDING a Great Deal of the Southern and Central Bahamas.Good Grief!

  • By Jacques Lavoie on February 7, 2014

    Much appreciated info for the sailor that want to explore outside of usual routes and crowded places. To bring aboard

  • By Nelson Gainey on February 27, 2006

    The initial review looks great! When I get to the Bahamas the real review will begin.

  • By Phillip Clark on October 4, 2007

    I'm NOT a sailor yet, but am in the "early retirement planning" stage (meaning sailing lessons and drooling over boats). In about 6 - 8 years we will have a boat and will be spending a lot of time in the Bahamas. This book really gives a lot of excellent information on just about everything you need, and more stuff on the things you want to know.I highly recommend this book and this author to any one, sailor or not!

  • By Stephen J. Pavlidis on May 2, 2010

    The Exuma Guide was created before On and Off The Beaten Path. It was never intended to for the two books to be as one; the cost of such a tome would be out of the range of most folks. Some folks just want to go to the Exumas, so they buy the Exuma Guide. Those that want to go further can get another book with the coverage they require. This is a publishers decision, so don't blame it on the author.

  • By Kayak Karen on February 21, 2014

    This book is one of the only books we could find that included the ragged Islands. The general focus is directed at cruisers and sailboats in the area, but some useful information for our kayaking trip.

  • By Dave Kirby on August 27, 2002

    Pavlidis' guide will get you to places you didnt think you could visit. It also assumes you are a competent tropical water sailor and wont do stupid things like run into rocks, etc. Where other guides state "local knowledge required" for an area Pavlidis gives you the best current info and then warns you to be aware of possible changes and hazards. If you want to find places where there is still a lobster under every rock and no other boats in sight, this is the guide to use.


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