This morning we got up before sunrise and left the Sea of Abaco through the Little Harbour Cut on our way south to Spanish Wells. We motor-sailed initially until the wind picked up enough to turn the engine off. Once we entered the Northeast Providence Channel, just past the tip of Great Abaco Island, they were ships coming and going every which way. Of course, the only two that came anywhere near us did so during my watch. It always seems to happen that way. The closest one was never closer than 1 1/2 miles, but I had to keep an eye on them to make sure we were going to pass at a safe distance.
We are now tied up to a mooring ball in Spanish Wells. We aren’t sure how long we will be staying, at least two days, maybe longer.
Broken Piece of Water Maker
Nice Day of Sailing to Spanish Wells
Entering Spanish Wells