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Today was filled with early excitement for brunch time on shore which ensued with delicious French pastries and baguettes and then came some shopping. Once back onboard the Advanced students did their last adventure dive for their certification which was Peak Performance Buoyancy. On this dive the students had to effectively swim through an obstacle course set up by Tor and Matty. The course helped everyone work on fine tuning their buoyuancy using both their low pressure inflator hoses and then also their breathing techniques. Afterwards the Divemaster candidates, Van and Will, when down to work on their ‘demonstration quality skills’ with Tor. Later that night in MTE Sailing class we learned about the Rule of Twelfhs, leeway and currents with Kevin. Now it is early to bed for all as we leave for Antigua at first light tomorrow morning.
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