Brought to you by the crew of God Speed Mary:
After an early wakeup for the divers, the rest of the crew slept in til 8:00 and prepared for another exciting day. First up on the list of activities was a trip to the nearby mangroves, where we learned about their importance and spent an hour cleaning them of garbage. We even managed to bring ashore a sunken dinghy*. The divers soon returned from their trip, having seen several turtles and a baby shark, and we all ate lunch together. We then received a large shipment of food and laundry, and spent some time putting it all away. Finally we began our sail to The Bitter End, which took approximately 4 hours and took the place for longest sail so far. After mooring we went ashroe and had a great dinner at Saba Rock. What a good day!
*This mangrove clean is an ongoing project that Sail Caribbean summer programs are undertaking. The dinghy was a large task and the Delta crew got stuck in and pulled it out without any complaining. They impressed us all with their willingness to get involved.