Written by Becket W., mate
Good morning campers! After a nice breezy sleep at Great Harbor (next to little harbor) we begAn breakfast preparations while divers got ready for their last dive. Pre-departure checks and ball drop began shortly after breakfast while divers made their way to the dive boat. Campers raised sails for the last time with their next destination, Trellis Bay. Meanwhile, divers got to experience a wreck dive at the R.M.S Rhone for the last time. Sharks, sting rays, sea turtles, and even lionfish were sighted during the dive. Divers stopped at Cooper Island Beach Club for ice cream all together with the dive staff, celebrating all their dive achievements.
Non-divers began to pick up the ball at Trellis, where you see airplanes land and take off over the bay! Once divers returned, all campers headed ashore to check out the cool t-shirt shop and grab snacks from the market. After much-needed unwinding time ashore, campers made their way back to boats to begin showers and dress up for dinner ashore at Marche’s. While arriving onshore for dinner, we reunited with the Delta fleet, who had been down island for the last few weeks. After enjoying a yummy sushi dinner, campers make their way back to the boat for one last boat meeting before beginning to power down. With one final destination in sight, the famous Baths National Park, campers went to sleep with anticipation for their last day.
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.