Day 14 - Bahama Cruising (Nassau Yacht Haven Marina - Providence Island)
Time to set sail and head back for Nassau - the long awaited boat part (for the still un-repaired head) hopefully awaits us in Nassau. Early to start to time high tide for the eastern entrance to the Nassau harbour - we set full sails with a 10-12kn wind over the stern. Missing the ability to pole-out the genoa the jib does her best and we gently sail under the blue skies and lime-green seas over Yellow Bank - seeing depths of less than 1.5m below the keel this time as we dodged the dark patches of potential rocks and coral heads! Into Nassau harbour and tied up at the marina (same slip as before) we rushed to the marina office - yes a parcel had been attempted to be delivered BUT duty and tax were payable so it was returned to the delivery office in our absence! Too late to sort out we settled back for a pizza and movie ready to chase it down on the morning.
Phil and Di