Treasure Cay to Hope Town

Treasure Cay to Hope Town

Treasure Cay With forecasters promising two days of blustery weather, we decided to ride out the wind on a mooring ball at Treasure Cay. This proved to be a good move. When the predicted front arrived, things got feisty even in the shelter of Treasure Cay Marina. In...
Piggyville

Piggyville

Pigging Out At No Name Cay The Exumas Staniel Cay (long famous for its swimming pigs) has some competition. No Name Cay, just south of Green Turtle, is home to a small collection of feral pigs living on a section of the beach, locally known as Piggyville. And, as...
Goodbye America – Hello Bahamas

Goodbye America – Hello Bahamas

Farewell South Carolina At 1030 on Friday 16th November, the wind dropped enough for us to leave our berth without incident. And we even managed to get in and out of the fuel berth without causing distress to ourselves or others. Then, with Lady Jane topped up with...
Charleston

Charleston

Minim Creek – Minimum Visibility The fog’s ghostly presence hung over us for two hours after leaving Minim Creek to get to Charlestown. Visibility was down to around 100 metres, so we kept ears open and a close eye on the radar screen for anything that...
Out Of The Harbour And Into The Frying Pan Shoals

Out Of The Harbour And Into The Frying Pan Shoals

 Day Trip To Beaufort Beaufort is an undeniably pretty place. And its proud pristine buildings, rocking chairs on the porches and friendly people combine to serve up Southern charm in spades. Almost the whole town forms part of Beaufort history. And there’s a...