Bravo 2 – Day 19

Posted Saturday, August 4th, 2012 at 3:14 pm

Bravo 2 Trip Update Day 19 – Molly, Mate & Dive Coordinator

Today was one of the best days on program!  After going to bed at Savannah Bay, Bravo fleet woke up at The Baths, (after captains and mates sneakily moved the boats early in the morning).  The Baths is a collection of rock formations that create an intricate cavernous passageway along the beach.  After exploring the Baths, everyone headed over to Spring Bay for a beach BBQ of hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggie burgers.  After a day on the beach, Bravo fleet prepared for a night sail to Marina Cay.

On Sao Jorge, everyone enjoyed their time at The Baths.  Blake and Oliver loved jumping off Jump Rock into the water below.  Mason, Cameron and Connor did the hike through the rock formations and then snorkeled back around them.  Gifford hiked up the hill to the top of The Baths, where she had a great view of the Sir Francis Drake Channel laid out before her.

Before even setting foot on land, Harrison and Brian gave the rest of their Vivaldi crew an in depth history of The Baths.  Once on the beach, everyone went on the hike and snorkel, while Savannah saw tons of cool fish on her snorkel.  Maddy and Tori really enjoyed just spending time on the beach.  After a long day of Bath’s fun, a great BBQ and night sail, Maddy and Arthur prepared a yummy dinner of Alfredo pasta and Savannah finished the night with a great batch of hot chocolate.

On Monet, while the rest of the crew slept, Noah and Grace helped Capt. Dave and Mate Kat move the boat. The rest of the crew awoke to fantastic smells as Grace and Nick prepared a wonderful pancake and bacon breakfast.  At The Baths, Alex and Capt. Dave explored the caves and everyone had a great time on the hike and snorkel.

On Monet 1, the crew had a fantastic morning exploring The Baths. Everyone loved the hike through the cave formations and had a great snorkel back.  After hanging out of the beach at the Baths and at Spring Bay, Will helped Captain John get all the jack-lines sorted out for the night sail.  Camilla, Maelle, and Sage cooked a delicious Alfredo Pasta.  Sage did a great job getting Monet 1 on to a mooring ball at night.

 
 
 

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