We have been exploring the Caribbean all winter on our Tartan 4000, Argon. After recently enjoying the pristine waters of the southern Bahamas, it was time to continue our northward path from Highbourne Cay in northern Exuma across the Yellow Bank.
The Yellow Bank is a about a 30 mile stretch of water between northern Exuma and New Providence (Nassau). The vast stretch of fairly shallow depths are dotted with potentially dangerous coral heads, especially near New Providence Island.
Linda and Bob have been sailing the Caribbean on s/v Argon this past winter. In addition to their blog at ArgonSailing.com you can access and subscribe to their sailing videos at You Tube Channel for Argon Sailing