Day 4- The Baths and Spanishtown
Posted: Fri, Jul 12, 2013
Location: Savanna Bay, Virgin Gorda
Today was such a great day. I was skipper, so as my responsibility I woke up at 6:30 and had to wake up my sleepy shipmates. We soon got ready and began to motor over to the Baths. During our motor over, the chefs whipped up some tasty instant oatmeal. It was surprisingly great! Finally we arrived and we took the dinghy over to the shore of the Baths. When we were there we explored the caves within the area and jumped off the volcanically formed rocks. It was a blast. Soon, we left for Spanishtown. During our time ashore we received some lunch and looked in their small shops, not to mention we bought a few snacks for the boat. We all gathered back to the boat and I steered the boat out of the dock. After I got out of the marina we starting practicing and reviewing key skills enjoyed in everyday sailing. After the two hour sail we motored back to Savanna Bay, set our anchor, and then started dinner. While the chefs prepared our dinner the rest of the shipmates had time to bond. We ended the day with some delicious chili, a gorgeous sunset, and the saltine cracker challenge performed by some brave souls.