After a leisurely breakfast, and an inspection of the other yachts in the marina, head north to Anguilla.
This is a pretty short hop of barely 15 miles, so you’ll be there in plenty of time for lunch. Drop the anchor in Sandy Ground and decide how best to get to Scilly Cay for lunch… by sea or by land.
Scilly Cay is something of an Anguilla tradition, a restaurant on a tiny cay in the middle of Island Harbour Bay that specialises in lobster, but the cay is surrounded by reefs and can be tricky to get to if you don’t know these waters. If there is a crew member capable of taking you on a tender, so much the better, but otherwise grab a taxi to Island Harbour, stand on the beach, and wave furiously until Scilly Cay sends their boats to collect you.
Write-off the rest of the afternoon as you drink fantastic rum cocktails and eat delicious barbecued lobster on a tiny island with white sandy beaches and palm trees. Can it really get any better than this?