March 27, 2016 We plan to leave the Calabash Bay anchorage at 7:00 am. We are up early in anticipation of a good day of sailing. We wait for Mañana to start to pull their anchor before we begin to pull ours. We take the middle cut through the reef which shows that it has 13 feet of depth at mean low tide. We pass through the reef keeping the coral heads on either side of the boat. There is plenty of room to pass through the coral heads at this location....
Hallquist's Sailing Adventures
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March 5, 2016 We got up to go to the Orange Creek Inn and Grocery Store but once there we found out it was closed on Saturday? We then went to the beach for exploring. The beaches were pristine. There were no shells, no sea glass, and in fact there was no debris at all. After walking the beaches we went back to the boat, pulled anchor, and headed for Little San Salvador. Today the winds are moderate and the seas are flat. It is another great day for sailin...