Bahamas - Great Exumas, Boysie Cay

SV Meshugga
Nicholas & Deidre Mace
Sun 15 Mar 2020 20:17
23:43.73N 76:1.80W

We left George Town on Saturday 14th, to self isolate with Coronavirus spreading around the world and so many American Tourists in and around George Town and Stocking Island, not to mention the 300 Cruising Yachts in the anchorage, that we thought it best to remove ourselves from the masses.

Going through the pass out to sea at Conch Cay

Looking backwards at the pass

We sailed north and from out at sea saw a Blow Hole on an island, so decided to come through the nearest pass at Rat Cay and take a look.

Boysie Cay, a small lagoon with water flowing in from the seaward side, and blow hole

Ideal setting for drinks time

The geyser/blow hole shoots up about 5 meters on a good blow

Gorgeous beach, you can see Meshugga’s mast just around the headland

Still smiling having fun

Yachties and cairns....

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Going to check out the windward side

Volcanic rock everywhere

No name beach on Boysie Cay where we anchored

No idea why this gazebo is here, perhaps resorts bring guests here for a day trip....

The only little creatures we saw was this lizard

Take Care

Deidre Mace
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