We are bouncing around anchorages around New Providence Island, while avoiding the touristy kitsch of Nassau–at least for now.
On Sunday afternoon we thought we had found a great place , except the ocean waves came around the point and set the boat up to roll, a lot, all night. None of us got very much sleep. It was an easy and unanimous decision yesterday morning to move again.
This time we found a sweet spot. Clifton Bay. All the way on the west end of New Providence. Not crowded, well protected, good holding for the anchor. There is even easy shore access at a local park with a dock for the dinghy. The only thing missing is WiFi.
We’ll likely stay here until we sort out the sail repair, or the weather changes.