Location: Ladder Bay, Saba
Today we began in St. Barths. A new day filled with new adventures. We 40/40ed the ship, making it ready for passage number one. An hour later we were dropping anchor in Ile Forchue, a small uninhabited island. We enthusiastically climbed into the Laz to grab our SCUBA kits and got ready for our Peak Performance Buoyancy dive. By some miracle, we all managed to maneuver our way through the obstacle course and NOT surface early (Alex). We all then ate lunch, destroyed our EFR exams, and headed out once again for passage number two. A couple of hours later, after a few incidents of seasickness, we finally arrived in Saba. We brought down sails and connected to the mooring line smoother than ever before and called it a day.
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