Nassau, Bahamas: Beaches, Boats, and Brews

Stuart Cove's Dive Hut

Everything seems brighter in the tropics. I chose to process most of these in HDR because I really liked how it brought out the bright, saturated colors of the islands.

First, a few from Stuart Cove's, the dive center where we spent most of our vacation:


These bait boxes go underwater with the shark feeder on Stuart Cove's daily shark dive. Every once in a while, I saw a stray island cat that lived under the dock come out and start licking the fish bits off the bait boxes.

Bait Boxes at Stuart Cove's


Some from Jaws Beach (where the final film in the franchise, Jaws: The Revenge, was filmed):

Old Dock Pilings at Jaws Beach

Old Dock Pilings at Jaws Beach


A conch fisherman in Nassau:

Conch Fisherman in Nassau


Arawak Cay, known to locals as the "Fish Fry," home to some of the best food on the island:

Arawak Cay, The Fish Fry

Arawak Cay, Fish Fry


Arawak Cay is also an excellent place to get a "cold ass beer" on a hot day:

Cold Ass Beers


The local brew, Kalik, is usually a pretty good deal:

Kalik Sign, Nassau, Bahamas

Kalik Beer, Nassau, Bahamas

Check out my entire Nassau underwater photo gallery here.

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