CUBA TRAVEL JOURNAL
Cayo Breton Snorkling and Fishing Huts
July 10, 1998 12:30pm
The seas were incredibly calm last night. I fell asleep on the deck and moved below about 2:30am.
We plotted a course for Cayo Breton about 30 miles east and set sail a bit past nine. We caught a mackerel on the way and ate it for lunch in a tomato sauce.
July 10, 1998 8:30pm
We dropped anchor just outside the fringing reef of Cayo Breton about three this afternoon and went for a snorkle in 2 to 20 foot waters. I spotted another toad fish, green morays as well as a number of very large and very curious barracuda. We named this site "Four Pillars Snorkle".
We are at the beginning of The Garden of Queen. This set of Cays stretches east for about one hundred miles and is bordered by a deep sea wall which we expect to be spectacular. Tomorrow we dive, this is what we've come for.