The Exumas Bahamas

The Exumas Bahamas
Dear Friends, Fall is just around the corner and it's time to get in shape FAST. With all the great holidays coming, we are all happily about to gain a few pounds. Why not do something so you can enjoy the Holidays even more..

Cantillon and I have started walking around two miles a day except on weekends. We started the first of September and yes we have lost a few pounds.

Ceeb has a great selection of get in shape active wear. First our style 1608 is in our Women's Separates division. Starts at size 0X (14-16 Missy) and goes to size 6X (38-40 Missy). Our top selling top and combined it with our short with Gusset is great for the active girl. The short offers a lined Gusset panel for control and a 5" inseam for coverage. Great for both swimming and exercise. These CEEB SWIMWEAR Sport shorts with gusset are great for the active girl in you! Wear these swim shorts for exercise and swimming.


Now on to the Exumas below... See you next month....

Jack & Cantillon Ceeb of Miami

The Exumas Bahamas

Dear Island Jumpers,

Exuma is a district of the Bahamas, consisting of over 360 islands (or cays). The largest of the cays is Great Exuma, which is 37 mi (60 km) in length and joined to another island, Little Exuma by a small bridge. The capital and largest city in the district is George Town (permanent population 1,000), founded 1793 and located on Great Exuma. The Tropic of Cancer runs across a beach close to the city. The entire island chain is 130 mi (209 km) long and 27 sq. mi (72 kmē) in area. Between 2000 and 2010, the population of Exuma more than doubled, reflecting the construction of large and small resort properties and the related increased direct airlift to Great Exuma from locations as distant as Toronto, Canada.

Our trip began as we flew to Nassau in the Bahamas from Miami and met up with our friends that owned a 52 foot Morgan sail-boat. It was just beautiful. We had lunch at the Poop-deck to finalize our week trip. Our kids (12 and 14 at the time) were so excited to listen to the plans which made it so much more exciting. We did make it fun... we told them they would see a natural spring of fresh water that is a 1000 feet down, oh yes with Mermaids, giant live man-eating Iguanas, a fast riding canal that can take you deep into the dark blue ocean, and last, to see the cave that the 007 James Bond movie,"Thunderball" was filmed with sharks the size of whales. Funny at their age, they just laughed and some of the areas that were not true! We saw it all and more...... Sandy Cay is where they filmed Pirates of the Caribbean which my kids did not know at the time.

.. you just must go.. If not by sail stay at Staniel Cay Yacht Club, a fixture in the Exumas and ask them that you want to see all of the above places... you may not see a Mermaid but you will never forget this trip...

George Town is not a bad place to stay also...

If you need anymore information just email us.

Life's a beach,