Monthly Archives: March 2013
We have been in Rock Sound southern Eleuthera for the last few days waiting on weather. Two fronts have come and gone and it looks like we will have good weather to cross to the Exumas tomorrow. Right now our plans are to depart Rock Sound at 0900 and reach Highborne Cay about seven hours … Continue reading
We are in the out islands where internet signals are few and far, unless you want to pay extortion-like fees. Five bucks an hour, I’ll go without. Anyway, we were in Governors Harbor Eleuthera for over a week visiting with friends and relaxing. We are now in Rock Sound, southern Eleuthera waiting on weather to … Continue reading
We are anchored in Governor’s Harbor Eleuthera. Going to visit with friends. Wifi is horrible. Will update when we can.
We have been in Hatchet Bay for a while now waiting on friends to fly in. They are supposed to be in Governor’s Harbor tomorrow, so with favorable winds we are moving south today. While here we checked out the town, ate out, went to the beach, worked on the tan, snorkeled, went lobstering, had friends over, went to … Continue reading
After a fantastic day and quiet evening at Meeks Patch, just south of Spanish Wells, we departed for Hatchet Bay. We headed south and east, passed west to east through Current Cut and had a delightfully quiet sail (engine off) all the way to Hatchet Bay. Current Cut is a relatively narrow passage that separates … Continue reading