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I read a few posts and saw that Rumbalaya (sp?) is now High Tide so I panicked and thought I better ask if some of our regular spots are still there and some other questions....
1. Is Island Blues on Coral Bay side still around? And Miss Lucy's ...
2. We are arriving May 27 thru Jun. 3rd what kinda days can we expect, weather wise?
3. I snorkled with a fantastic captian named NINA who worked with a little place under the movie store in Coral Bay...we would love to you know if she's still around..I think it might have been serenity sea or sea serenity or something like that..any info would be sooo helpful.

I cant wait so excited to get back! If I have my way my new hubby and I will be moving here before we can unpack the wedding presents!

Posted : March 23, 2007 3:18 pm
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I can answer Question 1 and 2.

1. Yes both Island Blues (my fav, I'm not a fan of Skinny Legs) and Miss Lucy's are still there.

2. Weather. Don't even bother looking at reports. Grab a paper from any day from any year and it will say low of 76 high of 88 50% chance of rain, partly sunny party cloudy. Our weather here doesn't vary very much. But since it rains here somewhere for some short amount of time everyday it always looks ominous when you read or look at the report on yahoo Weather. We get about 10 complete washout days a year I would guess.

Posted : March 23, 2007 3:24 pm
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I think you mean Marie who sails from the little place under the movie store in Coral Bay - and yes she is still around and as great as ever 🙂


Posted : March 23, 2007 8:08 pm
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Hubby and I LOVED our evenings at Island Blues during our 2005 trip. We were the only tourists in the bar on our second night and a few of the locals were nice enough to befriend us. A few of them took turns buying rounds of drinks for everyone else (there were probably 10 of us there that night) and the ladies we chatted with really gave us an earful on their island life experiences. It truly made us appreciate how the locals live, work, etc. They really made an impact. Plus it was so entertaining watching all of them interact. It was like being in an episode of 'Cheers', haha.

Posted : March 23, 2007 10:08 pm
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Just an update...I was right, her name is NINA and she's under the video store, coral bay side, excellent and cheap 100 bucks for both hubby AND I!...Serenasea Is the name of the boat 🙂

Posted : June 28, 2007 10:00 pm
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The Serenasea belongs to those folks at C4th, the inscription store under the video store. Maybe someone new is the captain?


Posted : June 28, 2007 10:19 pm
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High Tide is pretty good! Don't mark it off your list just yet. 😉

Posted : June 29, 2007 10:38 am
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yes I am still running SerenaSea and my name is Nina. Please get in touch with me when you come back to the island. See you soon.

Posted : July 2, 2007 12:42 pm

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