Good breeze and good sea, again “Captain George” here inviting you to visit the beautiful beaches of the island of Culebra and sail its surroundings.
While visiting Culebra, I recommend sailing to areas like Dákity. Going in from Ensenada Honda you will fi nd Dákity, where you can anchor in calm turquoise waters that render it unforgettable. First, it’s important to look for buoys of anchorage. They are part of a system we use to anchor a boat without necessarily touching the bottom. If there are none, look for an area where you are sure you can anchor without harming the sea bottom because the ecosystem’s deterioration impacts the natural habitats of marine species that are unique in the world.
However, we should always protect the sea bottom in Ensenada Honda, Culebrita, Cayo Luis Peña and anywhere else you plan to anchor during your visit to Culebra because it’s a very special piece of paradise. Let’s protect this island’s waters making sure not to spill any liquid or solid waste.
I implore you to venture around Culebra’s beaches, imagine the diversity: Flamenco, Zóní, Punta Soldado, Tamarindo, Playa Tortuga, Playa Larga, Playa Brava, Playa Melones…
I bid you farewell the same way I started, “good breeze and good sea”. I’ll wait for you in Culebra so you’ll enjoy one of the best destinations in the Caribbean.
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