Location: Saint Barths
Students joined the world at 7:30 AM eating breakfast on deck. Shortly after having breakfast and getting the boat secured for passage, we set sail to St. Barths. While on passage our first mate, Jack, caught a barracuda from a fishing line he set trailing off the back of the boat. Our chef for the day served lunch on the moving boat, which I can assure you, is no easy feat! Our passage took until early evening, where we anchored the boat and had dinner on deck. After dinner, we had scuba class where we prepped for our first navigation dive. After scuba class, exhausted and slightly salty, everyone went to bed excited for the next day. All in all, it was an exciting and pleasurable day!
PS Hi Mom & Dad!
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