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... the boat and in you go...easy as that! I was nervous but just counted to 3 and did it and so glad I did much easier than putting the gear on in the water. The dive was fun I just love being down at the level of the fish and coral. This reef was really interesting lots of caverns, ledges to swim around I didn't go in any of the caves as I'm a novice but Bryan and John did. I saw a huge hog fish under a ledge that was cool, lots of bright colored angel and parrot fish it ...
... showered and head back out again for our 8pm dinner back to The Firefly. Dinner was excellent. Grant had a pasta dish with the fish of the day… some fish with fangs and an overbite that I can’t remember (Gross!) and I had a very nice chicken dish. We started with a crab dip and of course deep fried pickles. Having turned my nose up at the sound of this for several years… I take it all back and ...
A short sail North west and we stopped in Powell Cay over night. A dinghy ride and walk along the beach before supper and a but of shark spotting put us off a sunset swim. The beach in the bay was stunning but a walk across the Island led to rubbish strewn beach on the Atlantic side - all sorts of rubbish washed ...
... for boarding. Then you get your boarding picture done and you enter the ship. Upon stepping onto the deck you are greeted by smiling faces of crew and officers and pleasantly guided to your room or to the Lido deck for lunch. The whole process takes about 45 minutes and you feel like they actually want you there. The airlines and airports need to take lessons from the cruise industry.
We found our cabin and waiting ...
The uncontested highlight of Hope Town is the candy-striped Elbow Reef Lighthouse. Our pictures show the terrific views from the top of this 89-foot structure, one of only a handful of manually operated lighthouses remaining in the world. Hope Town is well worth a visit with plenty of places to eat, drink, and shop. Cruisers can listen to the local radio net for information on its scheduled trash pickup. Many boaters ...