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My childhood summer trips to the Exuma cays always involved a visit to Shroud Cay, where zipping currents run around a little beach peninsula known to locals as the “washing machine.” If you jump in the current on one side of the point, it will wash you around to the other side, creating fun that never gets old. Shroud Cay is the northernmost cay in the Exuma Cays national park. The island is sliced up by sandy bottom, mangrove creeks, and swamps that are uniquely crystal clear. 

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Shroud Cay, North Exuma

My childhood summer trips to the Exuma cays always involved a visit to Shroud Cay, where zipping currents run around a little beach peninsula known to locals as the “washing machine.” If you jump in the current on one side of the point, it will wash you around to the other side, creating fun that never gets old. Shroud Cay is the northernmost cay in the Exuma Cays national park. The island is sliced up by sandy bottom, mangrove creeks, and swamps that are uniquely crystal clear.