Do you mean the "Joulter Cays" off the north end of Andros Island?
If so, there are two ways to get there. First from the west side you can get, maybe, within 5nm before it gets below a meter (3ft) of water
. But who knows, you might be able to wend your way in closer visually.
Secondly is from Morgan's Bluff harbor on the north end of Andros Island. You can reach the Joulter Cays by dinghy
or with your boat if the weather
is settled by again feeling your way in carefully.
One other option is to stop at Cross Cay (N25° 08.3' W078° 14.5') which is just off the northwest tip of Andros Island. I have taken my boat with 5ft draft
pretty far up and in close to Cross Cays. You will also be able to access Crab Cay and Pine Cay from the western side approach.
Since virtually nobody goes there, even Bahamas
people, the fishing
and flora/fauna should be spectacular and untouched. Since the prevailing winds are normally from an easterly direction and all the water
around is quite shallow it should be a good safe place to be for a few days or so.
Latest report I had from friends just returning from a Bahamas
"circle" is that free Wifi
is pretty much gone and what is available is slow speed and costs money
. So if staying in communications
with anybody back in USA or other places is important, you might want to consider other types of communications
such as SSB
HF or Satellite