Our group, comprised of Capt. Ray Peterson, boat owner John Crudele, and his wife, Betsy, and daughter Julie, managed to squeeze into two weather windows that allowed for multiple day trips to Samana Cay. The boat was based out of Flying Fish Marina in Clarence Town, Long Island, and each night we tucked into a picturesque anchorage in Acklins Island called Attwood Harbor. The vast, calm bay is complemented by a depth of more than 8 feet throughout most of the harbor, making it the perfect anchorage for almost any sport boat. There is one anchorage available in Samana Cay, but it is not for the faint of heart. Propeller Cut, located on the south side of the island, is a very small and winding inlet that opens into a fairly good-size bay, but getting in and out takes the right conditions and some crafty boat handling.