We just spent two nights rolling with the tides. Hawksbill Cay is rugged and isolated. No one lives there any more. The beaches on the banks side are rocky and shallow. The island holds a secret. Around to the south side is the most beautiful beach I have ever seen. Cuts of clear blue water surround small islands and you can see the sound. The beaches are wide and filled with soft white sand. There are no human footprints. The only marks are left by birds.
We snorkeled around the coral heads and spied a large turtle swimming thru the grasses. The turtle turned its head and passed us by. What a beautiful creature.
We sailed today further down the island chain. Lots of water, a little wind.