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George Town to Fernandez Bay, New Bight Anchorage on Cat Island, Wed, April 3rd

This was an all day sail, very close reach, in 5 to 6 ft seas! Waves were breaking over the bow, cleaning the anchors and covering the decks with “green “water and the Bimini with salt spay. We arrived in … Continue reading

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Lee Stocking Island to George Town, Great Exuma Isl: Thurs, March 28

We left via Aderly Cut, and had an easy sail, sometimes too slow, but we continued. We motored thru the opening in the reefs north of the harbor and finally anchored by mid afternoon at Sand Dollar Beach anchorage off … Continue reading

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Cambridge, Leaf and Lee Stocking Cays, Friday, Mar 22nd

Friday AM was a calm motor ride to Cambridge Cay. It was so calm we could make out blades of grass on the bottom 22 ft below us! Just before going into the Sound, on the southern boarder of the … Continue reading

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Hetty Land North to Big Major Spot Wed, March 20th –

While on the Exumas we’ve been doing short jumps between islands but now that we were planning to head North and ultimately making overnight/multi night jumps as we head home, it was time to think about how to get our … Continue reading

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Black Point and Other Harbors on Big Guana Cay, Saturday, March 9th

An 8 mile sail, still further south, brought us to Blackpoint, a wide mouthed west facing bight with lots of anchorage on Big Guana Cay. A settlement of not more than 200 people, it’s know as a very friendly and … Continue reading

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Big Major’s Spot & Staniel Cay, Monday, Mar 4th

After the blow and lengthy stay in Wardwick Wells, it was time to move on. Several of our friends took an eastern pass to Georgetown, another couple of boats headed north to the Eleuthra’s and Que Sera Sera, Lauren and … Continue reading

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Norman Cay to Wardwick Wells

Wardwick Wells Cay, North Mooring Field was our next stop. It marks the northern most mooring fields in the Exumas Land and Sea Park that was established in 1958 as a land and sea protected area. The park is 22 … Continue reading

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