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Alpha 4 & Charlie 3 Day 8: Setting Sail For Little Harbour, Peter Island

By wpdev August 17, 2017
written by Alpha/Charlie mate, Addie Benthien
August 14, 2017

Today, the fleet awoke to a perfectly blue day at Nanny Cay. We prepared a scrumptious buffet for breakfast and quickly sent our divers on their way to discover the underwater beauty of Rainbow Canyon and Angelfish Reef. Before we left Nanny Cay, we had time to explore shops, play beach volleyball and hang out with our friends from other boats for just a little longer.

At 10:00a.m., we dedocked and set way for Little Harbour, Peter Island. After a quick hour-and-a-half sail, we med-anchored at our new home for the night and the divers returned to the boats for a tasty lunch of cous cous salad. At Little Harbour, we had the opportunity to snorkel, observe turtles, go tubing and hike to an abandoned house at the top of the island! Our laughter echoed throughout the sleepy little harbor as we splashed around in the water all day long.

Pruney and exhausted, we ended the day with a delicious dinner of chicken alfredo pasta, a lovely boat meeting and our eyes quickly closing as soon as our heads hit our pillows.

The greatest challenge during the program was staying entertained during the quarantine period. Not being able to leave your boat and not having a phone, which was a crutch against boredom, it was difficult at first to stay entertained.