December 16, 2011.
We woke to a pleasant breeze outta the east north east so it was time to finally bid Big Majors Spot adieu. We hoisted the main, pulled the hook and sailed out of the anchorage. As soon as we were pointed in the right direction we let out half of the genoa and headed out around Harvey Cay and turned south.
We were content to be a bit under canvassed as we rode a favorable breeze south at between 5 ½ to 6 ½ knots. We soon passed Black Point and the half dozen boats anchored there. Then we slid past White Bay and the easily recognizable landmark, the Sand Castle.
After a very nice 22 mile day under sail we stopped before noon at Cave Cay. Cave Cay was one of the first “off the beaten path” anchorages that we stopped in several years ago. Most people head out into the sound at the Galliot Cay cut but by continuing on for another mile we found the little chunk of bliss, Cave Cay.
Right after lunch we were in the water and after an hour and a half we were headed back to the boat with a half dozen lobsters. Then I fired up the laptop and made a pleasant discovery, wifi! We're anchored about a half mile north of Musha Cay and they broadcast a pretty strong wifi signal.
Since they were nice enough let us use their wifi Christy did some internet research and found that Musha Cay is owned by David Copperfield. Evidently pulling a rabbit out of a hat pays a lot better than I had envisioned. Christy's time on the internet found his website promoting the Cay as a high end get-away. When I say high end I'm not kidding. The advertised price for a stay for you and up to eleven of your closest friends is $37,500 per night. Four night minimum! The link will take you to their excellent website, it really does look quite spectacular.Musha Cay Who knows, maybe once my Energy Circle takes off we'll be hanging with Oprah and Dave on Musha Cay. In the mean time we'll have to be content watching the same sunset, eating lobster. If you do decide to drop the 150 large on a long weekend at Musha be sure to tell them that Veranda sent you..........