The snorkeling on the reefs around the island is magnificent! There was a dolphin cruising around our anchorage this morning. The kids jumped in and tried to play with her. She wasn't interested. And I just heard hollering from the for deck that there is a nurse shark under our boat. (The friendliest of sharks - not to worry, Mom.)
We'll be leaving the Bay Islands on Friday morning (March 30) and heading for the Rio Dulce of Guatemala (24 hour crossing - downwind). Our crew is holding up fairly well although we have recently been invaded by microorganisms. Fungus, Viruses and Amoebas are staking claim in all the nooks and crannies of our boat and crew. I won't go into all the gory details, but, let's just say, I've never been so fond of bleach. Love that stuff. I may start brushing my teeth with it.
Carver, making friends with the locals.
Evie and Mama up with the sunrise for an early morning watch off of Albuquerque Cays.
In front of our new genoa.
Is it lobster season? As far as we know it's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Season.