Location: West End, Tortola

Wow! Shipmate arrival is drawing nearer, and the staff is all a buzz readying their boats. Sabamba has been fueled, watered, filled to the brim with delicious meals, and is ready to set sail. We are ready to explore some amazing locations throughout the British Virgin Island. Not to mention all the sailing, diving, hiking, building sandcastles, BBQs, and awesome dance parties. Ruth will be our skipper while Quin and Lisa with be assisting with sailing as well as teaching diving. We are going to have a fantastic adventure! Be sure to stay up to date with our blog, and we will see you again in 3 weeks’ time!

Here’s an introduction to the crew of Sambamba:

Ruth- skipper

Wow! Shipmate arrival is drawing nearer, and the staff is all a buzz reading their boats. Sabamba has been fueled, watered, filled to the brim with delicious meals, and is ready to set sail. We are ready to explore some amazing locations throughout the British Virgin Island. Not to mention all the sailing, diving, hiking, building sandcastles, BBQs, and awesome dance parties. Ruth will be our skipper while Quin and Lisa with be assisting with sailing as well as teaching diving. We are going to have a fantastic adventure! Be sure to stay up to date with our blog, and we will see you again in 3 weeks’ time!

Quinlin-dive instructor/mate

Quinlin is a PADI scuba instructor who started diving through his parent’s recommendation at 13 years old. Soon after he started diving, he found ActionQuest, which was the spark that caused him to pursue a carrier in diving. He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in anthropology at The College of William and Mary.

Lisa-dive instructor/mate

Even as a child, Lisa could be found adventuring on the lakes and rivers of Wisconsin. After completing a B.S. in Zoology & Biological Aspects of Conservation in 2004, she immediately set out to quench her wanderlust. Being passionate about human-powered travel, Lisa has traversed many countries on foot and pedal bikes. Wanting to get back to the water, she pursued her first professional dive rating in Honduras in 2011 and has not dried out since. Lisa is now a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer and is planning to advance her sailing and teaching skills as an educator with ActionQuest.