I had to say good-bye one more time, so I took the dingy over to their boat once I knew Cheryl was awake. We had time for another game of cribbage while we enjoyed our coffee and tea. (I skunked her again!) We said our good-byes and promised to stay in touch.
Today we sailed to Black Point Settlement on Great Guana Cay. It was another nice day for sailing. It was only about 20 nm, but we wanted to check it out. We have heard good things about this anchorage. It is just south of Staniel Cay, which is crowded with boats out of Nassau. The bay was beautiful. The water looked like a swimming pool. We had heard there could be 70-100 boats anchored here all at once. So we were pleasantly surprised to see only 5 boats here. I think many boaters head north by now.
We anchored and relaxed and watched the sun set with no land to the west for many miles. I actually saw a green flash as the sun set. It went straight up about the size of what the sun had been, not across the horizon. I think it had something to do with staring at the sun for so long and damaging my eyes.