May 9th, 2015: Old Port Cove Marina – Boynton Harbor Marina – Lake Worth Inlet

The boat was shiny, the windows were corrosion-free, all pumps were working, and the weather was fine, so it was time to get the Hell out of Dodge! We had decided to take a twenty mile cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway for fuel. The fuel dock at Boynton Beach Harbor Marina was the cheapest in the area, at $3.11 per gallon. OPC’s price was $3.87, so it ...

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March 31st: Half Moon Cay – Rock Sound, Eleuthera

The next stop in our tour of the Out Islands was Eluthera. Along the path from Half Moon Cay to the southern tip of Eleuthera is a cap called The Bridge. It’s well known as a good sportfishing area, so we put our lines out and followed the underwater formation. Sadly, neither of us got a hit, so we moved on to Rock Sound. The water color changed from blue to green when we turn...

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March 1st: Oven Rock – Cave Cay

Our next destination for the Exumas tour was Cave Cay, about eight and a half miles down the chain. Getting to the anchorage required a precision course over the sand drifts on the bank, but the Explorer charts were dead-on, helping us to arrive incident-free.

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