Great Abaco


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Great Abaco

 (grāt′)
The largest island of the Abaco and Cays group in the northern Bahamas.

Ab•a•co

(ˈæb əˌkoʊ)

n.
two islands (Great Abaco and Little Abaco) in the N Bahamas. 7271; 776 sq. mi. (2010 sq. km).
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The storm is centered about 70 miles (113 kilometers) east-northeast of Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas and is moving northwest at 15 mph (24 kph).
Tropic Ocean Airways announced that it will start seaplane service from Fort Lauderdale to Hope Town, Great Abaco in the Bahamas Out Islands on Feb.
The Abaco Club, located on Great Abaco Island in The Bahamas, was established and marketed as a luxury resort, leveraging its remote location and promises of casual and barefoot elegance.
Early Friday, the US National Hurricane Center said Sandy was about 55 miles southeast of Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas and packing maximum sustained winds of 140 km per hour.
National Hurricane Center said Sandy was about 15 miles (25 km) southeast of Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas and packing maximum sustained winds of 80 miles per hour (130 km per hour).
Bottle Highway linking Great Abaco and Little Abaco.
Jody Albury's 40-horsepower tiller engine grabbed what little water flowed between the tunnel-hull as we squeaked south along the western edge of Great Abaco Island.
Island police had been searching for the wily fugitive since he allegedly crash-landed a stolen plane a week ago on nearby Great Abaco Island.
We conducted breeding season surveys on the three largest northern islands: North Andros, Grand Bahama, and Great Abaco.
Disney's newest giant will entertain 4,000 passengers beginning in 2011, sailing from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas, including Disney's private adventure island, Castaway Cay, near Great Abaco Island, a short sail from Nassau.
The crash occurred when the right engine failed, forcing the pilot to ditch the aircraft in the sea off Great Abaco Island.
The island of Great Abaco and its romantically-named neighbouring keys - like Man-O-War and Green Turtle - sustained "extreme" damage in 190mph gusts.