Exploring Big Fish Cay & Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

We enjoyed a couple of days cruising the south side of Turks & Caicos. We sailed to Big Fish Cay, then crossed the Caicos Bank, with an average depth of 10 feet of the most beautiful luminescent  turquoise water I’ve seen.

It was perfect.

David caught 4 barracuda, with some major teeth. He skillfully unhooked and returned them to the water…alive. David has always been passionate about fishing. He has a sixth sense for it.

My last post was from Salt Cay, a very remote island southeast of Turks & Caicos with a population of 65 and a major league outdoor sound system, closeby on the beach. When the music stopped blasting at 5am (no kidding), the irony made me laugh. The DJ was very talented, but I expected the sounds of silence in paradise. They party hard in Salt Cay.

No place is too remote to call David's incredible Mom on Mother's Day

No place is too remote to call David’s incredible Mom on Mother’s Day

The barracuda were hunting on the shallow Caicos Bank

The barracuda were hunting on the shallow Caicos Bank

Captain (rock star) Jan on his shift

Captain (rock star) Jan on his sh

Chillin

Chillin

David's overwhelmed by the beauty

David’s overwhelmed by the beauty of Big Fish Cay

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Exploring Big Fish Cay

Exploring Big Fish Cay

big fish snorkel

Snorkeling Big Fish Cay

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The boys (Joe taking pic)

The boys (Joe taking pic)

Hoisting the code D with Joe

Hoisting the code D  sail with Joe, after sadly dropping David off at the Airport

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Awesome!!!

In the clear 10 feet deep water of Caicaos Bank you could see the porpoises coming

In the clear 10 feet deep water of Caicaos Bank you could see the porpoises coming

incredible water

Davali, Capodilla Bay, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

Davali, Sapodilla Bay, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

When we left for Long Island, Bahamas, the wind kicked up to 29 knots.  Check out the wind instrument showing us ripping at 15.2 knots with an apparent wind of 15 knots. We peaked at 18.7 knots.

When we left for Long Island, Bahamas, the wind kicked up to 29 knots. Check out the wind instrument showing us ripping at 15.2 knots with an apparent wind of 15 knots. We peaked at 18.7 knots. A former Motor-Cross champion, Jan wanted more speed.

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16 Responses to Exploring Big Fish Cay & Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

  1. jan says:

    the wind has been puuuuurfect for DAVALi pure fun in the sun as we hit the
    Bahamas

  2. Topflor says:

    Bonding time😄

    Sent from my iPhone

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  3. Merc9 Racer says:

    Perfect … chill and speed!

  4. Murhill35 says:

    Very, very cool!

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  5. Anonymous says:

    You and David both look so happy! The water and landscape are absolutely gorgeous. Enjoy the rest of your trip.

  6. Lisa says:

    Another round of awesome photos-just beautiful!

  7. Phil G says:

    Wow! what a trip! I am so jealous. I’m sorry I got off
    in St. Maarten!
    Safe Travels!!!!!!!!

  8. Tina says:

    When do I get to sail on Davali??

  9. Cosmo says:

    Adam, great pictures.

  10. Doug says:

    Great pics! Love the one from the starboard side of Davali overlooking the emerald green water. Looks surreal.

  11. Nick Tretter says:

    Gorgeous scenery. Living right!

  12. Michael Koren says:

    I have to get down there with you if you ever bring your boat back there!!

    Michael Koren
    Managing Partner
    (914) 686-5800 x123 l (914) 403 7934 (cell)

    • Tom Thornton says:

      Holy Cow! Are you ever going to be able to go back to work? You have crowded a lifetime of memories and fun into one year! Good for you.
      Tom

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