Thursday, November 18, 2010

We interrupt this program...

…for an important message. We have completed the Whale Cay Passage! This is always a major step for us, as it can be very rough. Today, however, it was almost flat calm with just a few mild ocean swells. Normally, during the past couple of years, we have found it easier and quicker to transit the inside route across the sandbanks, called Don’t Rock Passage, but the tide was too low to go this way. We opted for the ocean pass around Whale Cay and I can honestly say that it was gorgeous!. Now we are anchored in the beautiful white sand of Fisher’s Bay, Great Guana Cay, with several large starfish scattered on the bottom. We are expecting a cold front this evening and the winds will go back to being Northeast at 20-25 knots. Until then, we will enjoy the peace and quiet.

Now it’s back to Dave and the last chapter of our freight boat trip.

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