We were there around the same time. We left on the 23rd after getting test results within 24 hours and health visa in an hour or so. One of my crew tested inconclusive so we had to replace him at the last minute. We cleared in Chub in the morning of the 24th and headed straight to Staniel, anchored out indeed a lot of boats in the Exumas but probably 75% power, including many over 100/120’. That tells me a lot of boats didn’t go to the Caribbean this year. then when we arrived I got a call from from our charter guests (repeats we ve had for 10 years) that even though they were all negative a few days before and had they re visas, the husband and one son had suddenly developed symptoms and retested positive. Turned out their symptoms were mild but then the wife got it too with slightly worst symptoms So charter postponed to March... luckily we were able to get a last minute booking Starting dec 30. Guests arrived without issues... we did our 5 day test in Staniel on the 29, all good, guests did theirs on the 4th all negative too The vast majority of people who get the red flu are either asymptomatic or experience mild symptoms... that s what happened to both of us early last year and to just about everybody I know. we returned to Miami a week ago or so after ending the charter in Nassau. Nassau was ghost town... no cruise ships, no tour boats in the harbor. Didnt go the pink stucco monstruosity (hate that place... especially over priced over rated nobu). Just dropped the guests at Bay Street (bear marina in NAS in my opinion) and refueled next door at Harbor Cemtral. I think the Bahamas has found the right balance with their procedures. It s working pretty well yet allows part of the economy to survive. The 5 day testing window is a bit tight but most labs now provide results in 24-36 hours we ve got a bunch of bookings for March April, hoping everything stays the same.