Location: The Saints
Today started with an oceanography class followed by some shore time. About half the crew ventured ashore while the other half stayed on board and worked on their communication paper. Those who decided to return for lunch were treated to some gooey French cheese and baguettes. After lunch we quickly raised anchor and headed for the Sugar Loaf. Then it was communication time. We had a marathon class, but finished it off with some acrobatics off the ratlines, courtesy of Curry and Simon. Chantale made an amazing dinner that even tasted good with vegetables. Following sunset, the crew headed for the reef to do their first night dive. All were spooked, but in the end survived and even had fun! Unfortunately there were no sightings of Jaguar sharks.
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