Friday, May 15, 2015
Florida East - Treasure Cay
Getting in is best done with higher than low tide as there are some shallow spots, especially before the channel begins.
Once in the channel, the markers are abundant and you can see where the shallow spots are.
Inside you will find about half a dozen mooring balls in good conditions, and plenty of room to anchor. This is where the resemblance to Florida is found. The anchorage is in a series of canals that are protected by bulkheads and homes. Even the water is greenish but still clear and clean. Holding is good if you can't get a mooring.
Top Ten Beaches and it is no lie.
Our mood was now a bit somber. Our friends from home would be leaving in the morning. It has been so good seeing them but there's just never enough time to properly catch up.
The White Pepper left to get our friends to the airport and Bruce and I stayed on another day. We did a little fishing (catching nothing) and enjoyed the pool. This place is so well protected and feels just so welcoming, we will put it on our list of places to return for sure. Maybe it's the fact that it's reminiscent of home (the US), maybe it's because it's just so EASY here... but the place is accurately named Treasure Cay.