No Name Cay aka Piggyville
02 April 2017
We left Marsh Harbour yesterday morning with a fresh breeze that was forecasted to diminish. It did just that and the Sea of Abaco was calm. We arrived at the Whale Passage Cut at slack tide with a gentle 2' ocean swell from the Atlantic. This is a very dangerous cut if the winds are wrong so we were very happy to transit through in calm conditions.
We continued on to a very nice anchorage at No Name Cay. There is a really nice white sand beach. We were enjoying a walk with Dizzy when out of the brush came a pig and several piglets!
The pigs are protected by the Ministry of Agriculture. Unfortunately for Dizzy his walk was cut short so there wouldn't be any issues with mamma and her brood.
We went down to where the pigs came out of the brush and there is a sign naming the Cay, Piggyville and another sign "bring food!". There is a large drum filled with water that can be used to fill their trough. The pigs look happy and healthy.