Location: Great Harbor, Peter Island

After a long night of hanging out and telling stories, the crew of PJ awoke to various things like the radio static, the kettle whistling, and the shouts of people waking other people up. We had a breakfast of fruit and oatmeal to start the day off. We departed from our anchoring spot in Great Harbor Peter, and it would not be long until our vessel, along with the three other dive side cats, would arrive at wreck alley. This charming little straight of the ocean has become the final resting place for quite a number of vessels. We split between Dolphins and Neptunes to different boats. The Neptunes had a short lecture on underwater knot tying and the specifics of wreck penetration. We did two dives that got us our wreck certification, and we got to explore the inside of an old tug boat. We had a lunch intermission of deli sandwiches and hung out on the deck. Meanwhile, the Dolphins did fun dives and worked on their project. We got the Dolphins back on board and headed to GHP where we would make breakfast for dinner.

Okay, so we’ve just been attacked! A long developing prank war between various boats found its way to our boat tonight. Shortly after the Neptunes had finished their exams and received their scores, a dinghy circled past. Though we didn’t know it at the time, that dinghy had thrown several eggs at us and left. Not 5 minutes alter, another dinghy approached – this time with a more obvious package of eggs. The crew fried and we returned fire but not before some eggy damage was done to Pure Joy. We now have to scrub this boat thoroughly before the Dolphins return from their presentation night. They will pay for this…