The guide book calls this a very well protected anchorage, NOT... We almost got run over by a boat that got away from it's anchor. No one was on board and it seemed to be drifting by us when all of a sudden it changed direction and was coming right at us, then it slipped just behind us and was headed for the rocks. A group of boaters jumped in their dinghies and came to the rescue. Michael and Russ from s/v A-Train were the first on scene and Russ was headed to put his dinghy between the escapee and Euphoria when it changed direction. Michael jumped on board and got the vessel re anchored in time.
Once a sailor always a sailor.. Russ and Michael doing their best to sail back to A-Train.
Scot Free IV running to the marina for cover. Winterlude & Swagman were to follow and after hearing that the marina was just opening and was offering a week free just to fill it up for their grand opening the next day Euphoria and A-Train ran in as well.
Here we are all tucked into our slips, we amazed some smaller boat owners as they watched how we maneuvered the bigger boats into the tightly packed slips. I think that Winterlude at 50' gets the award for the tightest area. He does have a bow thruster but Laird said that he only touched it once for a very short burst.