Half Moon Bay

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This little guy popped his head up in Turtle Cove Marina before we were leaving.

A beautiful trip heading out from Turtle Cove Marina following the shore line towards Little Water Cay and the iguanas and on to Half Moon Bay. It’s a favourite stopping spot with a magnificent stretch of beach and of course that signature turquoise water.

The reef as we head towards Half Moon Bay

The reef as we head towards Half Moon Bay

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A long stretch of pure white , soft sand and silver palms at either end.

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Struggling vegetation due to erosion of the sands.

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Picturesque rocks and aqua ocean backdrop.

 

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A green iguana comes up to say hello.

 

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Conch shell lying at the water’s edge.

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A sing ray cruises by in the shallows close to the beach.

 

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A stick and a sea fan make for great toys

 

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Loads of dragonflies.

 

Hoping you get an opportunity to enjoy this idyllic beach on an afternoon cruise.  Maybe you’ll spot the iguanas as we did.

 

Marta

 

 

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