At Anchor in The Berrys

  Leaving beautiful Great Harbour Cay to spend a week or two in the Eastern Berry Islands was the order of the day.  This is a very remote location.

We were sad to say goodbye to new friends, also the wonderful Hans and staff at the Marina.  S/V Visitant gave Ethan a goodbye gift of some dominos, which made his day!  We waved goodbye as we head for the cut out of the harbor.

Mahi glided through the seas to have an enjoyable sail up to and around the Stirrup Cays.  We planned to head for an anchorage between Hawksnest Cay and the Beach Club on the east side of Great Harbour Cay.  

The water was a stunning turquoise color and we even had a visitor fly by for a rest. 

 Once anchored, a sea plane landed literally in front of our boat.  I ran down to get the camera, but missed the photo opportunity.  

Tomorrow we sail to Soldier Cay and check out the anchorage there.  Mid week, the forecast is for strong winds, so we want to ride out the weather front there, if possible.

Fair winds, Carla, Joe and Ethan

  2 comments for “At Anchor in The Berrys

  1. farmquilter
    March 29, 2016 at 3:52 am

    Oh so beautiful!! I love the water color in the Caribbean, it is just stunning!! Got to Reno from Hawaii on Friday and on Monday we woke up to a snow storm – 11 inches of heavy, wet white stuff to stun my system missing the 80 degree weather I had grown used to!!! Safe harbor!!


    • March 29, 2016 at 10:06 am

      From Hawaii to Reno snow? My sincere condolences! Sending tropical thoughts your way! 🙂


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