Location: Pigeon island, Guadeloupe
Today was a diving day. The morning started off extremely gusty, which led to an interesting breakfast of cereal flying across the cockpit. The deep dive was moved to the afternoon due to difficult current. So instead we did our pleasure dive in the morning. It was quite an enjoyable dive with a very lively reef to look at. We even saw the Jacques Cousteau statue underwater. In the afternoon we prepared for our deep dive by doing timed tasks on board, then repeated them at depth to compare our time. This was a great dive for many, especially those experiencing nitrogen narcosis at in controlled conditions.
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