Location: Muskmelon Bay, Guana Island
We started our day with a lie-in, a 7:30 wake-up followed by scrambled eggs and a morning dive in the famous Sand Highway, a unique dive site with a long strip of sand encased by coral reefs, hence the name. Our day continued with watersports, a couple of Pico capsizes and fun dinghy rides. After an eventful morning and a well-deserved lunch, we continued to learn yacht systems and got our coral reef conservation specialty- an eye-opening chat. The day came to a close with yet another incredible Caribbean sunset and a summer Thanksgiving.