Cabo Cruz

Cabo Cruz was a two night stop on our way to La Jarden de la Reina. We anchored behind a large protective reef.

There was not much to this small fishing village except a lighthouse and a military base.

We were greeted by the Guarda as soon as we set our anchored. They were friendly and courteous. They removed their shoes before coming aboard, asked the exact same questions as the previous stops and did not request any bribes or tips.

Our first morning, we explored the mangroves and the Sandy Feet crew taught us about the Cassiopeia Jellyfish, which were everywhere on the bottom of the mangroves.

The next day we headed North and anchored at Cayo Luna, which is a small Cay just outside of La Jardines de la Reina, which means Garden of the Queen.

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