A change of Perspective in Nonsuch Bay
3rd January 2021
While 50% of the crew would like to move on, the other 50% are not yet ready to leave this wonderful piece of earth. What to do? As is so often the case in life, the solution is a compromise. We stay in the same bay (Nonsuch Bay), but change our anchorage. The awning can stay up for the short distance; The kayak does not have to be lashed either.
We drive slowly to the other corner of the bay under the engine.
We find a nice anchorage overlooking a small beach.
From above it looks like this.
With the kayak we explore the small side arms of the bay.
A special highlight is the beach, which we have already seen from the boat. Here we can land perfectly with our kayak.
The crescent-shaped bay has a fine sandy beach with two rows of palm trees. The best part is: we are the only people far and wide. It’s beautiful 😍😍.
After we have explored the beach extensively, we paddle back so that we are back on board in time for the sundowner 🍹🍻. If we had known how beautiful it is here on the beach, we would have brought drinks.
I would like to stay longer at this anchorage, but I don't think I can persuade the skipper to do so. Sailing is the order of the day ⛵️.
We have been lying in our blue water paradise off Green Island for six days . And there it is again: our 50% problem.