BVI: Session 1 - Luna Kahuna

Posted: Fri, Jul 3, 2015

Day 18 Sailing, Waves And Wrecks! Oh my!

Location: Great Harbor, Peter Island
Author: Robert M.
We started the day at Great Harbor Peter and then we sailed to wreck alley. While we were on our way, we had cereal for breakfast, and after that I got to drive. It was extremely windy and with wind comes big waves. We were basically flying all the way there. I also had to maneuver our boat around whale rock, which is basically a huge rock in the middle of a 800 yard pass. I was afraid I was going to hit it, but I didn’t. Once we got to our spot, we dove on a beautiful reed that supposedly had wrecks on it somewhere. On our first dive, we didn’t see anything boat-like. It was a nice dive, and we did see an eel or something like that. We had chicken wraps for lunch and then we dove on wrecks after lunch. On our dive we saw more than 4 boat in less than 200 feet. One was turned over, and 2 others were literally kissing!

Posted: Wed, Jul 1, 2015

Day 16 A Very Fine Wednesday

Location: Sandy Spit, Green Cay
Author: Tyson B.
We spent the morning sailing from Sydney’s in Jost Van Dyke to Sandy Spit Cay. A few people stayed on the bow jumping with the waves which was lots of fun. Then we arrived in the choppy waters of a dive site known for sighting of rays, sharks and barracuda. On the Neptune’s dive, we saw 20 barracuda, schools of Sargent majors and a spotted eagle ray. Alex got some awesome Gopro footage of the ray that we all watched. The Neptune’s omitted the second dive of the day to go to the beach for a few hours. Everyone had to navy seal roll into the water then swim to the beach. After the beach, we went back to the boat to hand out and wait for a dinner of cornbread and beans and rice which were fantastic. Tonight we have a Lifeworks forum on Spindrift.

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