Our second Exuma treasure

We found our musical treasure “taking five” in a small bay off of Rudder Cay.  We had passed through the Dotham Cut into Exuma Sound and sailed south west to Rudder Cay Cut where we passed back on to the bank side.  After anchoring Elizabeth Jean and inflating Sensei, we paddled to a quiet spot for viewing the pianist.  “Who is Sensei,” you ask.  Stay tuned to a future post for your introduction.

The clear water cannot hide this stunning treasure.

A penny for your thoughts, pretty mermaid?

Wish I knew who to credit for this and the following fine images.

Dotham Cut is near Staniel Cay on the above chart and Rudder Cay Cut is near Big Farmer’s Cay.  The seas in Exuma Sound has mellowed sufficiently for our sail down to the pianist’s hiding spot.

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