Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, The Bahamas
|Cash is always looking forward to exploring the next destination.|
|Nothing but blue as far as the eye can see, sometimes for days.|
There are some places out there, though, that are worth biting off a much longer sail. The countries of Guyana and Suriname were definitely two of them. Taking off from Tobago, it took three days to reach Guyana, and the trip from Guyana to Suriname was another three-day passage. Our return from Suriname all the way to Martinique was a four-day sail, and the passage from Boquerón in Puerto Rico to Great Inagua in the Bahamas was also three full days of sailing. When we cruised in 1999, Greg and I made a seven-day passage from Antigua to Bermuda and then an eight-day passage from Bermuda to Nova Scotia.
Life on a moving sailboat is far, far different from life when sitting still in port. And even more so