Location: Gustavia, St Barth's
Today is our last day in St Barth’s and we started it off with two classes. In MTE we did the official review for our coastal navigation exam, which is now only 9 days away. It is now up to us to remember it and finish our practice fun. In Oceanography we continued the lectures on marine management, discussing aquaculture today. Shortly thereafter some people made their way to shore for some walking, shopping, eating and FRESHWATER SHOWERING. Back on the boat dinner was being prepared; shepard’s pie and green beans. It was awesome. Due to some possible unstable weather conditions, this evening we will have an anchor watch.
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