Congratulations to Sebastian, our Crew Chief, for receiving the “Conch Award of Excellence”! He did an outstanding job throughout the whole week!!
What a super week with an incredible crew from Troop 59! Every single one of them was always trying to do their very best at whatever they were asked to do! THAT is a big deal. It was an absolute privilege to have them on board! Some people to recognize: Life Line and Ladder Crew – the
They showed up with enthusiasm, humor, a willingness to do their best, a fun attitude, and ready to make the most of their week on Ciganka! Captain Thomas giving them their first snorkeling lesson. Looks like they are paying attention! And away they go for their first snorkel on Mermaid Reef Good morning crew. Time
What an adventurous and fun fun fun (did I say fun?) week. We’d like to thank each and every one of you and can only hope we will sail together again ~
These guys got really confident and proficient on their sailing skills. The Captain trusted their skills enough that we tacked our way through Marsh Harbour between anchored boats right to our anchor spot under full sail!! Toby & Andrew got real “slick and quick” on the port job sheet! A special thanks to Joe and
After another delicious breakfast we hoisted full sail for another gorgeous sail heading to Hope Town. The weather this week has been more than spectacular! Now the crew is off to Hope Town to climb the lighthouse, explore the island and town, and eat out at Captain Jacks!
Sunday morning with a high tide Captain Thomas took them for a dinghy ride up in the mangroves and estuaries to see tons of turtles, some eagle rays and even a shark! On the island of Manjack we know several people that have built houses on the island and we knew several people on their
Sunday gave us a nice steady wind to raise sails for the first time. We headed to an island we rarely have time to go to. But with this 7 day trip and a sailing crew we made it happen. We sailed for 5 hours and made our way to ManJack Cay just north of
We did so much great stuff!! The breakfast of Champions – French toast, bacon, hot cinnamon apples, fresh cut oranges and apples, OJ and coffee from the selection from the compostable coffee pods available for you or your family. Absolutely NO wind so we did things we cannot do when there IS wind. Dry snorkeling
Sorry I have not posted pictures but we have not had any Internet. This simple post may take me an hour to get out. Rest assured the whole crew is having an absolute blast. We celebrated Cody’s birthday yesterday with candles on our brownies. I hope tomorrow we will be anchored where there is a decent Internet connection.
The Crew from Baldwinsville, NY arrived right on time. We got in their first snorkel and then some beaching and Frisbee playing. Had a scrumptious and filling dinner of pot roast, gravy, potatoes and chocolate cake! Now as the evening is starting to wind down (sort of) we have bongo drums playing on deck, a