Today began with breakfast and a massive boat appreciation. A lot of fun was had by all, especially by the Cap Rail Crew. After lunch we took our first marine biology exam, then we were let loose. Some went ashore while I got to spend some quality time alone in the dinghy listening to the world pass by, acting as surface support, whilst Chantale and Kirsty began the Elkhorn coral monitoring. Tonight we will cap off our day with class and some much need sleep.
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