Captain Sam Sawyer was an industrious Bahamian man who made his living from the sea. In his lifetime, he sponged and shark-fished. His colourful past even included rum running during prohibition...along with several other island men. He was a pioneer in the craw-fishing industry which is second to tourism in the Bahamas today. He had an 85' Coast Guard Vessel which he docked in front of his house. When he was not craw-fishing, he and his wife Mary, took fishing parties out on weekly excursions. The collected and sold seashells, sea fans, conch shells, starfish and coral (when it was legal to do so) to Florida souvenier shops. His home which was built in the early 1950's has been completely remodeled and is located on Bay Street in historic New Plymouth. It has a private dock with a fish dresser. It is air conditioned, has Bahamian Island Cable TV, DVD player
I am a senior citizen who loves the island and it's people
Welcome to picturesque Green Turtle Cay, located in Abaco, part of the Bahamian Out Islands. Green Turtle Cay is a tropical escape less than an hour from Florida. A friendly, laid back island, Green Turtle Cay is surrounded by miles of deserted beaches and crystal clear waters. To the west is the Sea of Abaco, with it's calm, shallow waters and incredible sunsets. To the ease is the Atlantic Ocean with the world's second largest barrier reef teaming with tropical fish, less than 100 yards from shore. Here you can fish, dive, take a rental boat to your very own near be deserted island, or simply relax.