Great Guana Cay (Key)

With only a ten mile run (enough to make 60 gallons of water!!), to the next island, we elected to tow Inhale for the first time. Yes, I was stressed. Imagining all sorts of silly tragedies including swamping the little girl.

Although docking with the dinghy was a little more challenging, with a patient captain, it all worked out.

This is a quaint little island renowned for its bars.

A local institution worth the visit.

jenga game in progress, these boards were begging us to play

The water is so gentle, With the help of Rejoice and Be Glad, you can portage for miles.

Push me, pull me, it easy in less than one foot of water.

Locals hanging out. The water is amazing!

Another serene Bahama sunset.

Next stop – Hope Town

Birthday greetings to nephew Glenn Clark.

Author: Exhale49

North Pacific Trawler

3 thoughts on “Great Guana Cay (Key)”

      1. Thanks Exhale! Maureen and me are so excited for you both and can’t wait for the next adventure trip.


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