Shroud Cay February 26th 2007 After leaving Norman’s Cay we sailed about 5 miles down to the next island, Shroud Cay, where we anchored in the lee. This is one of the islands that we had heard about and we were really looking forward to exploring on kayak. Shroud Cay is actually an archipelago, or a cluster of islands connected by mangroves and a salt-water river system. The water inside the archipelago is very shallow (m ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Bahamas » Exuma Arawak Indians inhabited the islands when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the New World on San Salvador in 1492. British settlement of the islands began in 1647; the islands became a colony in 1783. Since attaining independence from the UK in ... ... read more
Rum Runners of lore were some of the best sailors on the seas. They had to outrun, outwit, and outsail the navy in order to make their spoils. We are proud to follow in the traditions of the past Rum Runners; to sail in the same waters, to find protected anchorages and friendly ports, as well as to enjoy some of the best rums the Caribbean has to offer- yar!
Let me introduce you to the crew of the Rum Runner; I’m Jen and do most of the blogging. But my life wouldn’t be complete without my husband Jay by my side. And as always we have our trusty companion Kona, the Salty Dog. We have b... full info