The Bahamas occupy an enviable position facing the longest fetch to the NE. The most well-known of the "out islands" Great Abaco and Eleuthera regularly welcome surfers from Florida and the US East Coast, plundering the offshore waves at Indica's, Garbanzo and Surfer's Beach, where a second generation of local riders are now ripping. Many of the cays and reefs are either uninhabited or hard to reach unless you have access to an ocean going yacht, good charts and a skilled captain, willing to explore the enormous potential of both the NE and SE Bahamas. MystoSurf run boat trips and have scoped the reef passes, points and beaches including Frenzies, NE Walkers, Drownies and Rushin Rights all up north, then Sandy Point on Cat Island, Cape Santa Maria on Long Island, Love Beach and Rigor Mortis on New Providence, Bonds Cay and Little Harbour Cay in the Berry Islands, Morgan's Bluff on Andros and Sumner Point's fringing reef has waves on Rum Cay. Tourists flock to San Salvador for great snorkelling and diving on the reefs next to the steep, deep continental shelf drop-off. Being further east in deep water, a due N swell gets in down the NW side to Riding Rock. The list goes on with Conception Island, Rum Cay, Crooked Island, Samana, Mayaguana and Inagua all on the yachties radar.