After the pleasant chill at Canouan, we sailed down to Tobago Cays and anchored at the back of the fleet in good sand east of Jamesby Island.
The snorkeling on the reef was great and we almost became blasé about the number of turtles we saw per swim.
Liz allows me one modest pot of fresh water for my evening shower. The trick is to try and time it with some rain coming in so you can get a good fresh water rinse off. [Note to family: Whose receding hairline does that remind you of?]
Biggish blow and rain sent us on our way to shelter in Saline Bay at the lee of Mayreau Island.