The Abacos'
No Name Cay

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Another in the string of Abacos' deserted islands, No Name [like Manjack] offers miles of broad, sandy beaches [depending on the tide!]. As the first deserted island south of Green Turtle, about 10 boat-minutes south of the entrances to Green Turtle's White Sound, Black Sound or Settlement Creek, you many occasionally have to "share" your beach with a couple of other Travelers or friendly Green Turtle residents. Due to its proximity to Green Turtle, No Name is relatively popular with "locals" as well as Abaco visitors ... and can be really crowded on a summer weekend [as many as three or four other beachcombers at one time!].

Immediately to the north of No Name, Green Turtle's southern most point ["The Bumps"] glistens in turquoise, aquamarine and just about every other shade of blue and green you can imagine. The Bumps usually offers exceptional shelling [especially on the east side after a rage] and is also safe for even a small child to swim. The Bumps' water is "very thin" [1-2 feet at high tide - numerous exposed sand bars at low tide] all around the point.

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