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... there and went for our snorkel adventure of the trip. We didn't stay a long time but long enough to see many great fish we need to purchase a chart so we can identify them and the amazing coral.
So the marina has state of the art floating docks which are just great there was zero breeze so docking was a breeze. The place was basically empty it was really odd to see ************e here a couple of fishing boats. The pool ...
... on the boat and adapting fairly well.
The next day we sailed down to White and Devil's Cay, hoping to anchor there for the night. It was beautiful there, but too small for Delfino. So we continued down to Great Harbour Cay Marina and Bullocks Cay to weather out a small storm, and get some stuff done on the boat. The Berry Islands was not quite as we expected, a little boring for us, not much to ...
... Ha. Inside joke.
A day to just relax and unwind was definitely needed. So we played for a good part of the day. Tony and Steve fished from the dinghy. Craig fished from the deck of Simunye and eventually all five of us went to the beach together.
... a swim!
After doing a bit of clean-up (Tony put away all the extra anchor and rode that was "staged" on the foredeck "just in case"!!) (I scrubbed the transom of the boat AFTER the pictures!) a swim was in order, followed by a warm fresh water rinse with my solar shower!
The sun's ...
Another gorgeous sail from Alder Cay to Lyford Cay. We stayed here for a few nights, waiting out strong winds. It's sunny, and beautiful, except for the winds that are blowing at 20 knots. Here, there are big orange starfish hanging out under the boat!