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Water Cay

Our first anchorage in the Jumentos.

Bull shark checking out Dream On's hull

The book says "Dangerous to swimmers. Frequents shallow water!" These sharks were in the bay as fishing boats had been cleaning their catches.

Bull shark closer inspection

Checking the anchor

The only way to check an anchor when there is a bull shark patrolling the bay.....go digital!

Orange eyes at night

Phosphorescence and orange glowing

Shrimps' night out!

Thousands surrounding Dream On at Water Cay

Atlantic on the left and the banks on the right

Looking south. Dramatic stuff! Note the breakers from the Atlantic, while the other side, the Bahamas Banks, is calm.

Atlantic on the right and the banks on the left

Looking north.

The rugged and rough Atlantic coastline

Looking south at Water Cay.

Atlantic on the left and the banks on the right

White limestone cliffs at Water Cay

Separating the shallow Bahama Banks from the north Atlantic.

White limestone cliffs at Water Cay

Cave at Flamingo Cay

Kayaking inside the Cave at Flamingo Cay

Kayaking inside the Cave at Flamingo Cay

Kayaking at Flamingo Cay

Curly tailed lizards at Flamingo Cay

Curly tailed lizard at Flamingo Cay

Poser!

Curly tailed lizard at Flamingo Cay

Flamingo Cay

Just another beach at Flamingo Cay!

Blue Hole Beach at Raccoon Cay

Blue Hole Beach at Raccoon Cay

Blue Hole Beach at Raccoon Cay

Blue Hole Beach at Raccoon Cay

Blue Hole Beach at Raccoon Cay

Dream On at anchor.

Blue Hole at Raccoon Cay

This blue hole is inland on Raccoon Cay with no obvious connection to the sea.

Blue Hole at Raccoon Cay

House Beach at Raccoon Cay

House Beach at Raccoon Cay

Buena Vista Cay

Buena Vista Cay

Johnson Cay

Our furthest point south. From here we headed north to Long Island.

Johnson Cay

Dream On in total seclusion at Johnson Cay.

Johnson Cay

Johnson Cay

Johnson Cay

Lizard at Johnson Cay

Note the lack of curly tail!

Mahi mahi for dinner!

What a sight, the colours are phenominal. Dorado, dolphin fish, Mahi Mahi, call it what you will, this is the best the sea can offer. Caught between Johnson Cay and Long Island.

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