Abacos Bahamas seashells, sea fan, sea biscuit

Beach combing the Bahamas is always such an adventure to explore since there are so many secluded shell strewn beaches surrounded by clear turquoise water… and we just got back from exploring oodles of those islands in The Abacos.

Blue water Abacos Bahamas beach combing seashells

Clark and I were cattin’ around on Talisman V, the same Sunsail catamaran we sailed last year (my post Gone Shelling – Abacos Islans, Bahamas) with our good friends John, Jane (our fearless Captain and fab first mate), Ron and Phyllis. We had a boatload of fun together!

Rambo on Bahamas beach with boat crew

We found some amazing shells and gorgeous drops of colorful SEA GLASS.

Chiton sea glass shells Abaco Bahamas

…and mini shells galore!

Bahamas seashells cerith, auger, dove and worm shells

Each of us found so many different types of species and colorful treasures.

Abacos Bahamas seashells, sea fan, sea biscuit

There were empty QUEEN CONCHS rolling up on just about every beach. These were on a beautiful beach in Little Harbour.


Queen conch shells on Little Harbour Abaco Bahamas

We flew in to Marsh Harbour then sailed to Great Guana Cay, Green Turtle Cay, Man-O-War Cay, Little Harbour and Hope Town exploring as much as we could in between. We found shells and beach bling on every beach explored so each day was an incredible treat.


Queen conch at Sundowners Green Turtle Cay

Thank you J & J for an awesome trip… with a fun bunch of peeps… finding incredible loot…  on a beautiful adventure.

Jane and John on 44 catamaran in Bahamas