M/V “Bahamas Daybreak” of the Eleuthera run, Capt. Quincy Sawyer & Capt. Ashok (?). Leaves Nassau Mondays & Wednesdays 5 PM. I enjoyed over a dozen voyages on her to Harbour Island. It used to be run by a Captain Moss, who I was told now works for Bahamas Fast Ferries.
Another view of M/V “Grand Master” from the starboard bow showing deck crane, radio mast.
Stern view of M/V “Grand Master” which leaves Nassau Tuesdays at 4 PM.
Stern view of M/V “Island Link”, a roll-on, roll-off (Ro-Ro) vessel. She serves Long Island and George Town, Exuma. Capt. Jed Munroe. Leaves Nassau Tuesdays at 4 PM.
M/V “Lady Frances,” serving San Salvador & Rum Cay under Capt. Patton. Did not sail that week. See a blog post about my voyage on her to Rum Cay & San Sal, with photos of Captain Patton, who is also the owner, and whose family assist him in running the vessel. Home port Black Point, Exuma. On the schedule the name is mis-spelt “Lady Francis”.
M/V “Lady Rosalind II,” Captain E. Taylor, serving North Andros. Leaves Nassau Wednesdays 4 PM. I was also told by Captain Johnson Clifford that one of the ship’s captains is Captain V. H. Black, though this contradicts the official schedule so I may have been confused.
View from the steps of the Dockmaster’s Office looking West, with “Captain Batten’s Battery,” an historic fort partially preserved, in the foreground. The pink building in the middle ground is a cargo / freight storage facility, perhaps customs clearance warehouse, so far as I could tell.