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Early Alpha, Charlie, Sierra, Foxtrot, Sierra: Day 13 – The Baths and Hodges Creek Marina

By wpdev June 24, 2022

Written by Matthew Monts, Mate (Boat: Palilu)


Today marked the last day of camp. Counselors up-anchored at 5:30 AM to take the boats to the Baths. The Baths are a national park found on Virgin Gorda, and are characterized by massive boulders, caves, beautiful beaches, and a reef. After a quick lesson on their formation, we snorkeled on the reef, spent some time on the beach, and hiked through the massive boulders and caves. 

We then left the Baths, and motor-sailed to Fat Hogs Marina to get gas, and then came back to Hodges Creek Marina to dock. After we docked, we did a deep clean of the boats. One last hot meal was served, and skits were performed to commemorate some memorable times on the boats. Finally, some awards were handed out. Overall a good way to spend the last day at Sail Caribbean!

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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.