Arrival Georgetown, Grand Cayman
04 March 2018 | Georgetown, Grand Cayman
We made landfall at GC at around 6 PM on Thursday, just in time to get on a mooring before dark. We called port security as directed and they took pour particulars and then as we approached we were met by the harbor patrol who then directed us to a free mooring. After a good night's sleep, they then came by and directed us to the customs dock, where we cleared in at no charge. We had to check our pole spears and pepper spray, and will get them back when we check out. Then the harbor patrol directed us back to another free mooring which we can use for as long as we like. This is such a departure from some of the other places we've been. The Islanders have a reputation for friendliness, but these guys are the best. We have been ashore to scan the town, and have lots to investigate. We got in the water once also and the clarity is incredible. We plan to stay here on the mooring for a couple of days and then move around to the North Sound and a more protected anchorage. This one is an open roadstead and there is a lot of rocking and rolling. I'll post a more complete post with pictures when we get better internet.