Staniel Cay Yacht Club
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... when they head back to the States. We have been told by some Australians that were headiing out of Cuban waters we will probably see the US Coast Guard and they will get ahold of us to see where we are from. Our insurance told us initially that we were not allowed to go to Cuba, but when we told them we were Canadian then they said it was OK. But if we get hit by pirates then we have no coverage. The insurance ...
... Monument Beach and down the path to Hamburger Beach from the Atlantic side one day. We went with a couple we met at Staniel Cay and a friend that was visiting them. Beautiful views from the top of Stocking Island, and the last race of the regatta was on so we were able to see all the boats on the Atlantic side. Sadie drank too much salt water, was sick when we got home. Poor girl may learn one of these days, ...
... later lunch at the pub and then have a light dinner on the boat.
The morning unfolded as planned, groceries, lunch at the SCYC Pub which I have to say was amazing best salad I've had on the trip! On our walk to the grocery Pink Lady Market we noticed a large school of Nurse sharks and a Stingray near the shore and 2 young children were in the water playing with them...oh man I wouldn't go in and play with them. The parent was there and they are ...
... the first leg of the voyage, some with experience of Nellie, others on other boats and some none at all. Ether way we're all working our hardest and pulling ropes were told to pull!
Once the sails are set and the engine is switched off its a lovely feeling - wind from behind the ship looks glorious especially at sunset. Looking out across the water is captivating. Seems silly with nothing much to look at but I could stare at the horizon all ...
... out the town, getting groceries and taking Sadie to the beach, the weather settled enough to do some exploring by boat.
The island we are closest to is Stocking Island, and there is quite a few beaches tucked away in coves and bays. We had already seen a few and did some checking on the Internet and found out there are many trails through the island with many of them leading to the Atlantic side. With the winds calmer today we took ...