|Beautiful resort on the beach. Only saw one or two people .|
Wild it was, with the bay being a tiny box, with enormous swell waves crashing on the surrounding rocky cliffs and beach. Very cool spot, though the tight quarters, coupled with the shallow depth was worrysome. Bravo draws nearly 7 feet, and the depth at on our depthsounder showed 9.5. Now, granted that was at what appeared to be low tide, but the tidal range in these waters is little over 3 feet, and this didn't leave much of a cushion. The water was clear, and we dove all around us, checking our anchor set on the bottom and checking for rocks.
Finding none, we decided to spend the night in this unique location. Didn't have a very restful night, to put it mildly. Left all instruments on, in case we needed to make a hasty retreat during the night. But the wind remained calm, as expected, and we enjoyed exploring this unique area by kayak in the morning before leaving for Tenicatita Bay.
|Waves crashing off the starboard bow|