Treasure Cay Beach

Treasure Cay Beach

One of 10 most beautiful beachs in the world

One of 10 most beautiful beachs in the world

We left Man-of-War after spending 2 days there, oh I forgot to mention Man-of-War is a dry town, BYOB at┬árestaurants. ┬áThere was a strong north wind blowing so we sailed the whole way, at first we reefed the jib back to maybe 120, then we put in the first reef of the main. Even with reduced sail we were hitting 6.5 to 7 knots the whole trip, it actually was cool enough for sweater and long pants, I guess our bodies have gotten use to the warmer weather already. The entrance to Treasure Cay was swallow, I sound like a broken record all these islands have a shallow entrance, and once again it was low tide. I hailed the dockmaster at Treasure Cay to find a mooring (they had none) and the problems to expect coming in. No problem 6 feet he says, so we took a slip the first night and tonight we are on anchor. We went to town and got laundry, grocery, hardware, and bank things taken care of. We walked to the nearby beach and were absolutely amazed at the beauty of it. Today we spent pretty much the whole day there. Tomorrow will be breezy and we plan on a trip to Guana Cay to have dinner at Nippers, world famous bar and resort. Every Sunday they have a pig roast but we most likely wouldn’t be there for 3 plus days, we need to move south.

One Response to “Treasure Cay”

  1. Jim Schwartz says:

    Glad your having a good time, and stopped the depth finder alarm before you wound up sailing alone! My girlfriend Audrey and I hooked with WJ and his fine wife at the Fort lauderdale sub vets meeting. One of the guys had been a Chief torpedoman on the Aspro, and there was an old timer who served on the original Nautilus in 1943!