Chad Wheelock and a few good friends made the big trip from Boyton Beach, Florida to Abacos, Bahamas and back. The group consisted of three boats and five personal watercraft for the 400 mile round trip adventure. They had a safe trip there with absolutely beautiful weather. The water was crystal clear and they did not get caught in any storms. Once they had arrived in the Bahamas, one of the many things the group did was visit “Piggy Ville” to see the wild Abaco swimming pigs along with other marine life.
As many of you know, traveling by water allows you to see so many things you would not be able to see from traveling on land. Whether it be a coral reef, a particular fish or a beautiful beach, traveling through the Bahamas on a personal watercraft cannot be beat.
Michael King put together a video of the groups ride and their adventures through the Bahamas. Everything the group did, they looked like they were having the time of their lives. From good food, beautiful scenery and good friends, you really cannot ask for anything more.
Visiting the Bahamas is on many peoples bucket list. While getting their by cruise ship or plane is one option, taking a personal watercraft from Florida is pretty dang cool. The trip across is not easy and requires knowledge of how to operate a personal watercraft in big waves. Once you are in the Bahamas though, you can see some pretty cool places by traveling to many of the different islands.