Waking up to not only fruity, but cocoa pebbles as well, was a delectible start to a beautiful day. Soon after, we met the Dive Dominica crew on their large 55 foot power catamaran and motored to the first reef on our double dive agenda. The first dive was great and peaked at about 100 feet. The second dive, though much shallower, was quite an experience as we swam over volcanic vents which produced tiny bubbles and gave us the feeling we were swimming in a champagne bottle. After the dives, we had some classes and ended the night with a little trip to Mexico with Boomer and his fiesta skills in the galley. Dominica, Caribbean reefs and Mexico all in one day, what could be better?
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