Either way the fact remains that Grand Cayman’s Rum Point and the Mudslides that are mixed and poured at the Wreck Bar and Grill, go together like few other things on planet earth. You may call Sail Cayman biased, but we are yet to see a visitor not be awestruck by the beauty of Rum Point and the ecstasy of the first sip from a mudslide.
Rum Point, a white sandy peninsula of sand under swaying casuarina trees awaits tourists and locals alike on the north-eastern most point of Grand Cayman’s north sound. In fact it is so shallow that Cayman Islands boat owners anchor just offshore and walk in to the Wreck Bar for their mudslides. For tourists Sail Cayman says; Rum Point is a must see and a must do, put it on your proverbial bucket list and then book Sail Cayman’s Lazy Daz or The RIB to take you there..fast! Snorkel stops and Stingray City on the way to Rum Point is highly recommended as you will be thirsting for a mudslide after all the excitement!
Now let’s take a look at the Mudslide, indeed a legend in its own time. A decadent blend of vodka, Kahlua, Bailey’s Irish Cream, milk or cream and a cup of ice. Sail Cayman is not going to bore you with the ‘how to make it’ details right now, suffice to say you simply need to book you tickets and your charter to come and try it for yourself!
And you know how the other saying goes; “A picture is worth a thousand words” so here goes!