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Review for Double Breasted - Sand Cays South
Reviewed by: brian richard on Jun 9, 2017
Vessel Type: Sail
Draft: 4.8'Overall Rating:4Holding:4Wind Protection:4Current Flow:1Wake Protection:4Scenic Beauty:5Ease of Shopping:2Shore Access:4Pet Friendly:5Cell Service:2
Tidal current is quite swift. When entering be careful not to be swept onto sand bars when current is abeam. Best to enter at slack water. Definitely use two anchors (Bahamian moor). Bottom is sand and holding is good. Not much room, 4 anchored boats max. Very scenic and snorkeling is excellent. Can shop at Grand Cay to the west by dinghy if wind is not blowing too much. No facilities or supplies at all on Double Breasted. Gave high mark to wind protection because land geometry good at calming wind-driven waves, not the wind. Islands are low with scant vegetation. Access is thru the north Double Brested anchorage. Can contact Rosie's on Grand Cay by vhf.
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