Written by Melissa Ferreira, Mate & Dive Instructor
Today was a late wake-up on fleet anchored at Savannah Bay. A few early-risers went ashore on paddle boards and dinghies to soak up the beautiful sunrise and a morning stroll on the beach. Mile Hi L’attitudes had eggy toast, bacon and fresh fruit for breakfast made by Chase, Hilary and camp counselor Katie. From Savannah Bay, the team sail was led by skipper of the day, Keelin Jackson to the Bitter End Yacht Club. Later in the day, campers went ashore for a fun, laid-back afternoon of shopping, watersports, virgin cocktails and relaxing on the hammocks at the Yacht Club. Sierra and Foxtrot students had a lesson on mangroves and went birding. They even saw a Caribbean Reef Shark! All campers then returned to boats for ocean showers and prepared a yummy spaghetti bolognese dinner! Games were played at boat meeting before everyone got ready for bed to prepare for challenge day!