Location: Great Harbour Peter, British Virgin ISlands
Today began early as we came through Round Rock Passage just after sunrise. It was a great sail from Saba, although quite wet and some dramatic lightening streaks. We arrived safely an anchored just outside Spanish Town while Simon and myself cleared customs and picked up some provisions. Meanwhile the shipmates did a great job cleaning Ocean Star during their Boat Appreciation. Soon we were all back aboard and heading to Salt Island. We enjoyed lunch underway and anchored on the northern side of the island. We dove the RMS Rhone in the afternoon, spotting turtles, large jacks and big barracudas. It was a great dive. We then motored up to Peter Island and picked up our mooring in Great Harbour Peter. We then enjoyed one of our last few salt water showers and enjoyed Mexican night. The evening was spent studying for exams tomorrow.
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