Location: Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji

Waking up this morning, I found everything very calm. From the sea, the wind, and even the crew on board, a very happy and calm vibe was all around. Around 8 am, we left our beautiful village and rural beach of Navatu and sailed back to Savusavu for one last day in Fiji. As we arrived there around 12 pm, most of us went ashore and got internet, laundry, snacks, ice cream, and more ice cream, and a few stayed back on Argo to relax and do school work. As we all gathered back onto Argo around 5ish, dinner was served, and the tension set in as we studied for hours because of our Very High Frequency (VHF) radio exam for our Seamanship class tomorrow. This is Alpha Romeo Gulf Oscar (ARGO). We also had a hysterical presentation about Captain Cook and his adventures given to us by the comical duo Eric and Ryan. The information was stellar, and the commentary was priceless. After this, studying was the number one priority again, along with sleep. It was a long night, but we all felt prepared for the test the next morning. It was a long, very long day indeed, but another wonderful one, to say the least! Hello Woodward, family! Miss and love you all. As for my NY friends, see you in a month. You have no idea how much I miss your singing, smiling, and dancing faces. Work it! This is the Skipper of the day signing out, have a wonderful night, everyone!