Overnight Stay, Isla Caja De Muertos
05 March 2016 | Isla Caja De Muertos
J Brown, cloudy warm light winds
We left the island of Viques at 7am and sailed all day intending to finish the day at Ponce. As we rounded the Isla Caja De Muertos just before Ponce we decided to anchor in the lee of the island as it was identified as a good anchorage.
While Glenda cleaned the barracuda that she caught on the way, I put the boat away including putting up the rain catcher that Glenda made which is shown in the attached photo.
It then rained overnight and the water tank is over three quarters full the rain adding about 75 litres to the tank.
The island in the background is Isla Caja De Muertos, which is 'Coffin Island' because from the side, the island looks like a body laying on its back.