Location: Green Island, Antigua
This morning after breakfast, the crew gathered in the cockpit to determine our class schedule for the next week. After that was finished the members that were going for the rescue diving certifications had their very first rescue dive theory class. After the class had finished we hustled to get the boat prepared for passage. Our destination was only about 2 hours away at a location known as Green Island. We all enjoyed pulling off the dock in Antigua and the rougher seas made for an exciting time. During the passage Nick caught the largest Mahi of the trip.It tried to escape, leaping across the deck, but Nick won. We continued to motor on, and I stayed at the helm as Tor and I used the navigation apps to help us steer through some small channels as we made our way to our anchorage. After we anchored we enjoyed showering in the ocean again, and the chefs cooked up a great meal for us, which included fresh Mahi, of course.Many people also participated in ‘crazy pants Monday’ as you can notice by the photos.We enjoyed dock time but it feels nice to be out, surrounded by water once again, and we are looking forward to a few days of rescue dive training and relaxing at anchor.
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