Author: Clark Haley

Manta Migration 2014 – Day 5

Day 5 of the Manta Migration started a bit slower than the other days for those members of the group that visited Pete’s Pub the night before! Word of caution – The Bilge Burners at Pete’s can make it difficult

Manta Migration 2014 – Day 4

Day 4 of the 2014 Migration started was a fantastic sail down to Little Harbour at the far south end of the Sea of Abaco. Weather forecasts made it look like we would have a hard beat up wind all

Manta Migration 2014 – Day 3

Day three of the 2014 Manta Migration started with a bang, or should I say horn blast as we started the 1st race of the series from Marsh Harbour to Hope Town. We had perfect 10-12 knot winds and a

Manta Migration 2014 – Day 2

Day two of the Manta Migration started off with a fantastic rigging clinic held by Pat Reischmann, the person most responsible for the success of the Manta sail and power cats. Pat did a great job and everyone came away

Manta Migration 2014 – Day 1

If you were cruising in the Bahamas this week and just happened to sail in to Marsh Harbour in the Abacos, you would be surprised/impressed/miffed (pick your adjective) to find the harbor overrun by Manta Catamarans! The 5th Manta Migration

Manta Migration 2014 – Will You Be There?

Most of us have one or two great regrets in our lives: the words never spoken, the business opportunity missed, the family vacation that didn’t happen. We look back and wonder what could have been. “If only I’d….” In April

Hold the Date – Manta Migration 2014

Details to follow, but please start planning to attend the 2014 Manta Migration in the Abacos, Bahamas. We’ll kick off the event in Marsh Harbor on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 (no joking) and we’ll end in Little Harbour on Saturday,

Who’s Who In the Bahamas

Michelle and I cruised aboard Double Wide, our Manta 40, in the Abacos this April/May and ran across a number of other Manta Owners. Getting to know other cruisers is fun, but meeting up with other Manta Owners is a

Crossing the Gulf of Mexico

This Blog Post is an example of how you can embed your YouTube videos in to blog posts on this site. Below you will notice an embedded video that I created several years ago after a crossing of the Gulf

Post Your Videos & Pictures

Want to share your videos or pictures with other Manta Owners and interested guests? Great Idea! Here’s a “How To” premer that should get you started. You’ll want to add the article to the “Members Blog” section. Make sure that