Bravo 1 Trip Update Day 11 – Crew of Monet
Today the boats mixed up a bit so different students could do different things. The divers had a fantastic morning dive at the wreck of the Rhone to start off their day – lying on the bottom of the Caribbean Sea in 20-90 feet of water, the Rhone has much to explore. The Basic Keelboat certification candidates had another lesson aboard an IC24, practicing more rigging, tacking, jibing, and downwind sailing. The rest of the students had a chance to wander the shops at Nanny Cay for the morning. And…we got re-provisioned, meaning our boat is now once again chock-full of fresh local produce. Yum!
From Nanny Cay we had a very smooth de-docking with Adam at the helm, and enjoyed a sail (with music!) with Tamara and Sondra as our staff. We anchored at Long Bay in the late afternoon, and the divers prepped for another dive – this time at night! We spotted a turtle and eagle rays. There was a bit of rain in the evening, and everyone went to bed early in preparation of a special 4th of July celebration tomorrow! All in all, a successful day!