We woke up to a cool and breezy day in Martinique. It was sad to leave France after such an exciting few days but we knew that today we were destined for Dominica! Dominica is a lush tropical island full of wonderful diving, exciting hikes and exotic fruits. So after a french breakfast of crepes we set sail, some of us in quite funny attire. The boys managed to secure matching patriotic garb. Today’s sail was all about the students running Ocean Star. Alone they pulled the anchor, raised the sails and even took the helm as we headed out. Underway Jack and I taught MTE. First on our agenda was to go over the all passing International Crew Certification exams. Next we broke into Navigation, the subject that will take us through until the end of the semester. Today’s topic was running fixes so we decided to sail to Dominica without the use of modern navigational equipment. The students did us proud, we made it in record time! This afternoon was full of swimming and back flips (or some interesting renditions resembling flips). Here we sit with a free night off the dock of a little local restaurant called Drop Anchor. Just us and Ocean Star, loving life.
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Take your college campus to the ocean and sail the length of the Caribbean's Lesser Antilles. One of our most popular semesters, this fall educational expedition is made up of short 1-3 day passages, allowing us to spend plenty of time exploring the Caribbean’s marine and island environment and culture.View Details