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Global HitchHiking

Farmer’s Cay; A Great Place to Weather A Storm in The Bahamas

A few years ago, while sailing from Virginia to Aruba on a 61-foot sailboat with a friend of mine, we were traveling through the Bahamas. About halfway down through this beautiful chain of islands or cays, we sailed into a cay (sometimes spelled key in the US) called Farmer’s Cay. According to wikipedia, a cay is a small, low-elevation, sandy island on the surface of a coral reef. The…

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Global Hitchhiking is when you crew on sailboats around the world on passages. It’s an out-of-the-box way of traveling the world for the cost of your time and your own share of the expenses. It’s also a space for stories about sailing and traveling by ocean.

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Matt Ray

Matt Ray

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Top Writer in Travel, Photography, & Poetry. Recently circum-sailed around the world. Find all my Publications, Blogs, & IGs here: https://linktr.ee/mraymus