Great Guana Cay

Phil May and Andrea Twigg
Tue 22 Apr 2014 21:00
24:05.98N 76:24.20W
Great Guana Cay has a beautiful anchorage in a large bay, very calm when the wind is from the South/East.  We stopped here for a day while waiting for the wind to turn northerly for a hop down to Georgetown.
One little advertised attraction is a blowhole which was going full pelt when we walked by it.  It was the best example of a blowhole we have seen.  There is an initial blow of a plume of fine mist, which goes on for three or four seconds, and then the water spout erupts.
The anchorage at Great Guana
Andrea getting ready to take cover as the blowhole erupts
There are beautiful beaches and headlands on the Atlantic side of Great Guana