Another one of The Abacos "under-populated" yet uniquely interesting places, Little Harbour has been appreciated for decades by Abaconians, yachtsmen, travelers and serious art collectors for three very good reasons:
Little Harbour provides an excellent, extremely picturesque and almost land-locked anchorage surrounded by approximately 1.5 miles of virgin beach and some rather amazing water (which is pretty thin in spots, especially at low tide). Lots of local knowledge will help you get into the Harbour ... or lots of seamanship and an excellent eye for Bahamian waters. However, it's well worth the extra effort!
Little Harbour is the site of Pete's Pub, one of the most laid-back, islandy pubs you'll ever see. The Pub is actually fashioned out of the pilot house and deck house of the sailing ship "Langosta", one of the Johnston family's original live-aboards.
Little Harbour is also home to Pete Johnston and his Gallery, Studio and Foundry. Pete is the son of the internationally acclaimed bronze & wood sculptor, Randolph Johnston and carries on his father's tradition admirably. Pete's Pub and its owner's sculpture are about as genuine and unique as it ever gets. Uncrowded even by Abacos standards, Little Harbour, Pete Johnston's Gallery & Foundry and Pete's Pub make the 45 drive from Marsh Harbour definitely worth the trip!
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