We sailed to the cay in oct 2013. The mooring balls are in an area that used to have more protection, before the sand shifted (I guess it does that). So, if you're sailing there, know that you may have a bouncy night.
That said- what a place! Beautiful and the two people who work on the island couldn't be nicer and more helpful.
The chef does a terrific job and it's worth every penny for dinner. Their VHF isn't working so you should arrive a couple hours early to let her know what to cook for you.
The rooms on the island beat expectations. Really well-kept!
Oh, ask the folks on the island where to snorkel. If you guess, you'll miss the best spot (southwest of the mooring balls)
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