The conditions were perfect for a quick stop at Fowl Cay Reef to feed the snappers, until Mr. Barracuda showed up. No energetic Bermuda Chubs came to the surface though.
Back we headed into the Sea of Abaco near private Scotland Cay and on to Great Guana.
Guana is known for its partying and bars. Grabbers, which overlooks the Sea of Abaco, sure looks tropical!
There are two dive shops here now, one of which features these undersea scooters.
We walked up past the school that we remember from back in 1986 when we first came here. The old and the new...now there is a cell tower, and you have to love the electrical wire hook ups. That pole actually looks pretty organized compared to some.
The beach here is wide and spectacular. We walked to Nippers, which twice a year features the Barefoot Man Concert.
The place is so picturesque, but hardly anyone is here during this time of year. During the concert, things look a whole lot different with wild drunk people everywhere. It's quite an experience.
On the way back to the dock we noticed this 'personal watercraft'. Apparently the engine must have died and they put about a 40 hp outboard on it. I sure hope Dave doesn't get any ideas for our Sea Doo at home, although then we wouldn't have to worry about it charging the battery anymore!
The sun was getting low in the sky as we headed back down the huge government dock, then back to Hope Town.
That evening we had another gorgeous sunset making it a fitting ending to a memorable day!
(Thanks Art for posting the sunset photo on Facebook.)