Not only did team Zues win the 2011 Bahamas Billfish Championship – they scored a record number of points for any team winning the Series.
There has always been a strong connection between Treasure Coast boaters, anglers and divers and the nearby island nation of the Bahamas.
Team Double Dog established a new Bahamas record when they boated a blue marlin weighing 1,119 pounds (507 kg).
The Cat Island Sailing Club will hold its annual boat ride on Saturday, June 25th 2011 on board the SeaLink.
Students of the Agape Christian School in Marsh Harbour and the Hope Town Primary School received life jackets during a “Youth Safe Boating Campaign.”
Sandy Smith’s team Zues scored 2,600 points during the Harbour Island Championship to capture First Place for the tournament and maintain their impressive lead in the overall standings of the 2011 Bahamas Billfish Championship
Three men who had set sail from Boynton Beach were found clinging to a floating water cooler near West End in the Bahamas early Sunday.
Team Chasin Tail amassed a total of 2600 points to take First Place at the Cape Eleuthera Championship, the second leg of the 2011 Bahamas Billfish Championship.
Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour invites boaters to come back to West End with a new special deal.