7 friends, 600 miles, 5 days...all on waverunners

Seven friends on five waverunners travel from Miami to the southern bahama islands (Exumas) and back in five days. Four waverunners made it back. No one was seriously injured in the trip although ankles were sprained, backs pulled, and muscles torn...nothing a few weeks of rest couldn't heal. Day 1: Left Miami before sunrise, fueled in Bimini, ate conch salad, journey'd to north Andros. Didn't make it in time for gas station. Ate more conch and fried chicken for dinner. Day 2: Filled up in north Andros, drove to south Andros. Stayed at the Andros yacht club. Day 3: kept driving to the south end of Andros. Found a random canal with a tiny gas pump. Filled up and crossed the tongue of the ocean. Wind died. Stopped at sandbars 20 miles from Exuma islands for some fun and continued on to Staniel Cay. Stayed in staniel cay where we drove to see the pigs and play in thunderbolt cave. Day 4: Turn around-heading back...Staniel cay to Hayborne cay. This is where we used the parasail we packed for the first time. Parasailed all the way up to Hayborne Cay. FIlled in Hayborne. Hayborne to Nassau (atlantis resort). Night crossing from nassau to Chub Cay. Day 5: Chub cay to Bimini where all but one waverunner ran out of gas. Ran through Bimini canals where the crash occured. Left one waverunner in Bimini. Then, Bimini to Miami. Home sweet home.

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