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Travel Blogs from Eleuthera
were fish everywhere. Every direction I
looked in there was sea life of every colour and size imaginable. I had inadvertently stumbled upon a large
area of coral reef. The water was not
deep at all but the coral is delicate and the surrounding rocks….well,
rocky. I managed to float myself out on
my tummy and scan the coral as I went deeper.
I saw electric blue coloured fish, bright yellow fish, fish which looked
... Tomorrow is a day at sea and we will enjoy just chilling out. I have a few photos to upload of Eleuthera Island but don't know if my internet on the ship will allow it…..hopefully!! Oh and David hurt his toe slipping on the ship's deck after we got back on board….it was bleeding. Ew. He seems ok now. Tonight we are going to be hitting some strong winds apparently…should sort out the men from the boys. :-) ...
... where to stop for the night. We'd visited all our potential stops on our way south last November and December.
The wind was a little stronger, 13-15kts, than the forecast 10-12 early in our passage and by the time we got past Hawk's Nest Point we were confident we could get to Little San Salvador before sunset. We also had a favorable current until passing Hawk's Nest Point. The anchorage at Little San Salvador is an easy anchorage ...
... in the other tub across the pool just watching on by. It tanked it down but the tubs were hot and it was wonderful. The rain only lasted about 20 minutes and then normality was restored, it was actually quite refreshing. Not much else to report for today, we haven't really done a lot except eat sleep and drink the odd Becks. It's early evening here now and the sun is just going down whilst we sit on he balcony listening to the ocean and bashing away on my iPad. ...
... bay isn't described as an anchorage in the usually thorough Explorer charts because the authors seem more conservative about suggesting anchorages. The Pavlidis guide spoke well of it however, and with proper caution and the necessary skills we do enjoy exploring these more out-of-the-way places. We found good sand right in the middle of the bay, with good protection from north to east winds. It was a bit rolly, though. This is a beautiful ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking