Two ways -
1) Leaving from Georgetown
go south through Hog Cay Cut towards the Jumentos then to the southeast area of Long Island
. Hog Cay Cut will require high tide for your draft
and even then may give you problems.
south to near Hog Cay Cut but then turn eastwards to Salt
Pond, Long Island
. From there head
west through the Comer Channel to south of Hog Cay Cut, then south towards the Jumentos then to the southeast point of Long Island.
Some people refer to the Jumentos as the Ragged Islands.
I would use Comer Channel if I were you. High tide is also recommended for this channel. Spend the night in Salt
pond then you should have a daylight trip (a long day) to one of several places to anchor
(in prevailing winds) along the SE coast of long Island after passing through the Comer Channel portion. Then on to Crooked Island/Long Cay/Acklins Island.
I would not do that trip without Steve Pavilidis' guide books
to the appropriate regions and the Explorer Charts
My opinion of Acklins Island is the same as the sign hung on the government
clinic by the doctor that used to be there.
"Acklins is too damn good".
I love that place.