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Old 12-11-2009, 03:36 PM
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Thanks, I will check all 3 airports.

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Miami is the biggest hub, Ft. Lauderdale is a little less hectic, and West Palm Beach is "sleepy" compared to the other two, but , the one I would recommend if possible with connections and so forth. www.bahamasair.com flys out of PBI ( West Palm Beach). www.sealevelcottages.com/vacationplanning.html or www.lubberslanding.com/gettinghere.html for a list of airlines. These are not nessasarily comprehensive lists as new smaller airlines to the Bahamas are alway popping up- Google "flights to Marsh Harbour Abaco" for a current picture. The airport code for Marsh Harbour is MHH.

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First, thank you for letting them know about us. We do have one cottage left the last week in Feb. at Lubbers' Landing ( www.lubberslanding.com ) and the Big House or the Dolphin House @ Sea Level Cottages ( www.sealevelcottages.com ). Let me know what would work best for them. Yes, the Pantera will be there in Feburary.

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Yellow Air Taxi $79 each way Ft.Lauderdale to Marsh Harbour... http://www.flyyellowairtaxi.com . That's a great rate!

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Good to see my old boat is still on the water.... It is certainly a great boat.
I'll be sure to send some people your way. The place looks great too.

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Good to see my old boat is still on the water.... It is certainly a great boat.
I'll be sure to send some people your way. The place looks great too.

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Didnt realize that was your old boat Tim, we should take a flight over and get a ride in her, like the old days
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Austin and his wife have a great place to visit and get away from it all, very relaxing.

Just returned from a week stay. Nice to get up, enjoy the sun and beach, go boating and enjoy every variation of rum drink imaginable !
The privacy of this destination might be almost un-matched making it an awesome escape.

Yes, the Pantera is a capable rough water boat suited for ocean fun, and it is great way to discover the different islands.

Thanks to Austin and Amy, we look forward to our next visit.
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Austin and his wife have a great place to visit and get away from it all, very relaxing.

Just returned from a week stay. Nice to get up, enjoy the sun and beach, go boating and enjoy every variation of rum drink imaginable !
The privacy of this destination might be almost un-matched making it an awesome escape.

Yes, the Pantera is a capable rough water boat suited for ocean fun, and it is great way to discover the different islands.

Thanks to Austin and Amy, we look forward to our next visit.
It was great to see you at the show Kelly. After speaking with you this is on my list of things to do this year. Thanks for giving us a personal take on it!
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It was great to meet you and Julie... Amy & I had a great time! Hope to see you again... it was nice to have another power boater on the island to talk to.
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If you have any good pictures of the boat when you owned it I would love to see them. E-mail ... [email protected]
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Deal still stands... come on down! Summers here...
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