Today was an early rise because we had an awesome pancake cookoff!
We made some delicious pancakes with Nutella, pear & cinnamon, and peanut butter.
After a wonderful breakfast we headed to shore at Savannah Bay for the 2014 Sail Caribbean Olympics! We were greeted by the Greek Gods of Olympia, who initiated the games in some silly gibberish translation.
Vivaldi swept the floor in most of the events. We turned Jarad into a sand turtle during “bury your mate” and choreographed a beautiful dance for the synchronized swimming competition.
After our glorious victory, we set sail from Savannah Bay to Marina Cay with Hayden at the helm, leading our boat; the sail over was pretty chill.
When we arrived, Jorge, Arturo, Nico, and Patton swam and did some stellar flips off the boat. Everyone had their last dive today and said their goodbyes to the deep blue sea. We had our last night on shore together and had some delicious treats while bonding with all of the boats.
It was a great night and after we came back to boats from shore we reflecting on how amazing these past three weeks have been and the friends we have made. As our last night on the water ends, there are mixed emotions on board, as we know our family will soon be separated.
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.