Had a great sail from Cat I to Little San Salvador, or more recently known as "Half Moon Cay".
The new name was declared by the new owners who bring mega cruise ships to the island for fun in the sun. The locals who work there are from Eluethera and report 3-4 thousand people come ashore from the cruise ships when they are in port. Otherwise the island is deserted, except for a caretaker or two. As we sailed up with our friends on S/V Rachel, the cruise ship was making ready to depart.
The next day, Rachel and Midwatch had the island to ourselves .
A few days later, we sailed from Little San Salvador to Davis Harbour Marina, a wonderful marina with inexpensive water, laundry and slips. A few sport fish are in and out each day catching plenty of Mahi. Luckily for us, our dock neighbor, Sally was generous with her fish. We have enough for about four days, and good thing since catching our bar jack a few days ago, we're catching nothing but cudas!
Today we sailed the 40 miles back to Cat Island and are anchored at Pigeon Cay just north of Bluff.
We've cruised between Maine and Panama for 8 years, and are finding ourselves more and more land based. Midwatch likes to be on the go, and has many years of cruising left. We'd love for someone else to have the opportunity to enjoy this amazing sailboat.