Stacy...very difficult to sail east of the Bahamas
at any time of the year due to prevailing winds....of course in Nov...you start getting into gale season but early november is a good time. You will most likely need to get quite east (maybe 70 degrees?) of the Bahamas and then head
back in to make San Salvador. Also...since the Stream typically lays well offshore
of GA...and will take around 24 hours to cross...you need a good 3 day window to start the trip as you don't want to be in the Stream for a blow. Note: I have not made this particular passage
but have general experience of the area and the conditions to be expected. Even 15-20 knots out of the north can be quite boisterous in the Stream. Suggest a routing service
to help you take advantage or avoid the worst of the Stream and/or adverse weather...Jennifer Clark runs a good stream analysis.
Jenifer Clark's Gulfstream