Today dawned overcast and drizzly for our last morning in the Tobago Cays. Because of 40 kt winds, we put off our navigation dive for the third morning in a row, and Beaker decided to postpone it until we get to Green Island. After a breakfast of eggs and questionable (but good) hashbrowns we motored over to Mayreau and anchored off Saline Bay, where we disposed of all our stale saltines. Some kids went to explore the island while others stayed aboard to finish their marine biology papers and catch up on school work. After everyone reconvened in the afternoon we all jumped in the water to play water polo and king of the surfboard. Will redeemed himself in the galley by cooking up some delicious Mexican Lasagna and we ended the night with a review for our dive tomorrow.
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