Yes, Mantas have been spotted two days in a row by Richard and two of his divers, Chris and Trista. One Manta was on north west wall at about 50 feet, just spinning and doing summer salts for about 5 min. The Manta had about a 10 ft wing span. Then yesterday there was a smaller Manta. Of course it has to be the "mom and baby" It makes for such a nice story. About 6 ft wing span and on top of the reef, just gracefully swimming by.
This is a bit late in the season for Mantas, but hey we will take them anytime! We are waiting the arrival of the Whale sharks that visit in Novemeber.
The sea wall is coming along nicely and has been providing the guests at Coral Reef Bar and Grill a lot of entertainment watching the men working at night.
We started a contest to see who can guess the date of completion for the wall. Not when they actually leave, but finish the wall.We hope they will be staying on to fix our roads while they have the equipment here.
Beautiful little Salt Cay is getting more beautiful, thanks in part to our dedicated D.C., Ms Dickenson.Our harbor will be safe from heavy seas once the wall is completed. Thanks so much to Dale and the entire crew for working so hard to complete this project.
Several of the Salt Cay men were able to secure jobs which is wonderful. They can take pride in knowing they helped build something that will protect their island.
Don't forget to ask about our Anniversary special. Come help us celebrate in Salt Cay. Hope to see you soon. Debbie