Re Sapodilla Cayes. Again, Freya's guide is accurate and newer edition has waypoints.
Its only about 35nm from the sea bouy to the Sapodillas, but its dead to winward. When leaving Livingston, head
for Ox Tounge Shoal light, and then leave Cabo Tres Puntas to starboard.
off the SW side of Seal Caye, its very steep and the reef is close at hand. So, if the wind
goes SW on you (a bad sign) you can end up on the reef (as a number of boats have). You can dive down and find their old mooring
pins and attach to those directly with you own line. Dont trust their mooring
lines...they've always been in bad shape when Ive been there.
I also dont recommend Tom Owens Caye as an overnight anchorage. Its very small, with reefs
& shoals close at hand, and the holding is not that great. So, if a squall comes thru in the wee hours and you drag...not a good situation...hard to eyeball navigate in the dark.
Otherwise, see Freyas guide and her recommended anchorages
The Sapodillas are not a good place to be in foul weather
Inside the reef between the Sapodillas and Ranuana is a clear route and good sailing.
outside the reef in the Sapodillas, have caught some nice Wahoo there.