Today we woke up to a beautiful sun rising over the Tobago Cays. After we filled our bellies, we had oceanography class with Carolyn. We tested the salinity and pH level of the water in the Marine Protected Areas of the Tobago Cays, which hold a massive amount of marine life. After class we were all excited to set the sails for Bequia, another island in the Grenadines of St. Vincent. After prepping the boat for the 7 hour passage we hoisted our sails and turned the bow to the Northeast. We began watch and settled in for an awesome sail. We arrived into Admiralty Bay in Bequia and dropped a hook to hold us for the night. Admiralty Bay is an awesome place with huge green cliffs and is lined with white sandy beaches. On our approach to the bay we saw these cool houses built on the side of the cliffs! We are all stoked for tomorrow where we get to go ashore to a sea turtle hatchery!
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