Sooooooo, if you are reading this, then we may actually be en route to the Bahamas right now!
WHHHAAAAAATTTTTT? I know, crazytown! (I scheduled this post in advance, fyi.)
^^That’s Jereme all cozy in the hammock at Cape Santa Maria Resort, Long Island, Bahamas!^^
We are making the hefty 300-mile sail from Puerto Rico to Big Sand Cay in the Turks and Caicos, taking a few hours to rest at Big Sand (but more importantly, let Oliver go potty), and then we will head right back out on the high (but hopefully low) seas and head straight for Mayaguana in the Bahamas…that’s another 120 miles or so. Combined, it will certainly make for our longest passage yet at well over 400 miles!
The boat has been stowed. Our tanks are full to the brim. Several meals have been prepped. All of our safety gear is out and ready. And our music playlist is waiting to get us through the long haul ahead. With a pitstop in Big Sand Cay, it’ll take us a few days to get all the way back to the Bahamas.
Don’t worry, we’ll post some sort of an update once we arrive (if we can track down a wifi connection that is).
See ya on the flip side! In the B-A-H-A-M-A-S mon!
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