We get up early and I put a new primary fuel filter in, thinking the filter was clogging up and causing the fuel starvation problem we seemed to be having yesterday. I transfer the fuel from two of our rail cans into boat fuel tank. We refill these cans at Green Turtle Marina. Linda tries hard and is successful at using up all our remaining Bahamian money at the little convenience store before we leave. Most places will take and give change in US currency, but not here. They know most people are heading back to the states, so they hope you will spend more getting rid of the Bahamian currency.
We leave for Manjack Cay a few miles to the north. Manjack is a private island. The owners live there and welcome cruisers to come ashore and hike the island on trails they maintain. After lunch we dinghy to the Atlantic side reefs to look for dinghy moorings that are shown on the Bahama Explorer Charts. It is fairly rough and we cannot find any of the charted moorings. I assume they washed away in past storms and were never replaced. Being rough and due to the depth we are not comfortable using our dinghy anchor to hold the dinghy in place. We head back in to the calmer side of the island and explore the mangrove creek on the south end of the island. The owners have a couple very protected docks up the mangrove creek for their power boats. We later hike on one of the owners trails to a remote beach on the east side of the island.