Posted: Wed, Aug 10, 2016
Location: Great Harbor, Peter Island
All Catalinavillians stood in awe at the marvelous view of a double rainbow. The water was glistening this morning, it was as if jumping it was jumping out at us telling us to wake up! It was quite a beautiful view, shimmering water two distinct rainbows jumping from the rocky shore of Jost van Dyke and almost landing on the docks of Tortola. After the views from our morning meal of cereal, everything else seemed colorless. The rainbows had spilled an enormous amount of color on the buildings of West End not only on the buildings, but they also bled through the windows to the spices, jewelry, food, knick-knacks and clothes. While at the wreck of the Fearless, the waves jumped up at us as we set up our dive gear as if they were inciting us in. Once we were all down the fuzz and coral soaked mooring line, we headed south following the island shaped coral mounds. Around 200-300ft heading south, we came across what seemed to be just a small mound of wood and broken steel. We all could tell that this was not what we had intended to find.