We arrived at Little Harbor at 12 noon high tide, as there is not enough water to enter at low tide. Little Harbor is a small quaint cay with on bar and a few dozen hones. The cay is very clean and beautiful. On one side the open ocean and on the other a a huge shallow crescent bay. The bay is full of fish and conch and a variety of sea cucumbers, coral, crabs and other wildlife. Kris and I sepent several hours exploring the crystal clear waters and shoreline.
The weather is supposed to turn rough tonight so we hooked up to a mooring ball for safety. Winds are expected to hit 40 -50 k. Not to much to worry about as the the mooring harbor is very well protected. A walk around the cay offers som spectacular views. I am certain that we will enjoy our brief stay here. Although Pete’s pub has been closed for two days.
We plan to move on to Eleuthera in the next couple of days. About 55 miles south of Little Harbor.From here we will sail to pick up Emily in Nassau. The weather is supposed to be stable for the next week or two.
The boat has been working fine. We are able to restore batteries with our wind and solar and the water maker works well. It is very rewarding to be so independent.