|These shots were taken at Soldier Cay,
part of the Market Fish Cays in the
Berries. Spent a couple of nights here
and enjoyed swimming over to the beach,
which was bordered by the ocean on one
side and the bank on the other.
|To the left is the lighthouse at Great
Stirrup Cay, in the Berries. We
anchored up quite near it in a beautiful
spot and stayed there for 3-4 days. To
the right is a shot of one of the many
cruise ships that stopped off at Little
|Cool, a double rainbow late in the
afternoon at Soldier's.
Here's Dreamtime from a bluff on White
Cay at Devil's-Hoffman in the Berries.
|We had a picnic with some of our
anchorage mates at the south end of
Devil's Cay one beautiful day.
To the right, the Capt'n hangs out at a
small secluded island in the same
|A private beach in amongst the cays at
Devil's-Hoffman. The sand in the Bahamas is
so white and so fine, just like sugar. Found
quite a few shells around too.
Getting geeky in my SPF145 hat.
|To the left, our anchorage at No Name
cay just south of Green Turtle, in the
Abacos. Beautiful spot and only suitable
for a shallow draft, like our's.
To the right, Gillam Bay on the east side,
of Green Turtle Cay.
|To the left, "Runaway", a Pearson 365
anchored at Manjack, just north of Green Turtle.
To the right, her crew in New Plymouth on
Green Turtle Cay. We walked all over the island
with them and then had a great lunch at
|To the left, our "Dreamtime" sign that we
hung on the signing tree at
Allans-Pensacola, a tradition with cruising
To the right, our friends Aftermath and
Kinsella as we prepare to depart back to
Florida from Great Sale Cay.
|A Windjammer sailing cruise ship was
anchored up off Devil's-Hoffman one morning..
Another striking sunset, but no such luck
spotting a green flash this trip.