Date 2000 Local - 27 December 2010
(All times in this entry refer to local time, UTC -4 unless stated as
We prized ourselves away from Admiralty Bay,
Bequia and had a great sail for the ten miles or so to Britannia Bay Mustique.
We started with a gentle down wind leg along the southern shore of Admiralty Bay, Bequia which allowed us excellent
views of the shore. Rounding West Cay, the western point of Bequia we were
able lay a course between Isla A Quatre and Pigeon
Island and on to Britannia Bay,
Bay being relatively deep
and prone to swell we were relieved that a mooring buoy came free just as we
arrived and we were able to take up residence in this most privileged of
manicured enclaves. The view from the boat is magnificent, looking one way
towards the island
and the other back towards Bequia and its off lying islands the other.
The weather has definitely changed and we have maintained the brisk 20
knot breeze and bright sunshine that “it says on the tin”.
Sundowners were taken in Basil’s Bar, which is built out over the