Treasure Cay

Phil May and Andrea Twigg
Sat 22 Mar 2014 02:29
26:40.17N 77:17.03W
Treasure Cay was just a brief overnight stop before heading on to meet the Wallners in Hope Town.  There are a few mooring balls in the harbour, but the anchored boats grab these as soon as they come free.  We found a spot to anchor in the corner, and our newly leaded anchor held admirably overnight, in the 30 knot gusts.  We were waiting for a front to pass, so the wind would clock round to the north and blow towards Hope Town, which meant we did not leave until the following afternoon.  This left time for the obligatory walk on the beach, which is a truly Bahamian expanse of white sand.