Juliet at boarding dock in Miami
Brandon figuring out 'where we are'.
Bill getting 'The Shot'
Brandon contemplating life
Individual dive stations - very convenient.
BJ working her way down the mooring line
Karen and BJ having a little hot tea
Alika giving sea-life Power Point presentation during surface interval
Beth in her galley
Brandon and Tom
Juliet pulling up to loading dock
Carol with Port of Miami in the background
Pat and Deb
Beth - contemplating Brandon
Karen and Carol
Carol on her way down . . . or up.
Brandon at the helm
Out our cabin port hole.
Welcome Aboard lunch
The adventure begins.
Captain's wheel house
BJ suffering terminal sea-sickness - Saturday
Another of our Lion Fish friends. We eventually quit photographing them, there were so many.
BJ - clearing her mask
James, Karen and Farzad bashing Intel.
One of the best things was filling the wet suit with hot water after the dive as demonstrated by Greg
Yes, it was that cold . . . out of the water.
Captain Brandon keeping us on course.
Yellow Sting Ray
Say hello to my leetle friend. Visited this small island in the middle of nowhere. Only inhabitants are hundreds of these guys looking for handouts.
You talkin' to me?
BJ hooking up her gear before leaving
Divemaster Greg readying the sails as we leave port
Bill - checking out his gear
Kiss the cook - Beth
Sunday, and it's not getting any better!
One of the many Lion Fish we were able to run into
Spotted Drum Fish. Only one we found.
Alika and Greg - Mr. and Mrs.
He's the Divemaster, she's the marine naturalist.
Beth heading down the mooring line
No scurvey on this ship
Farzad suffering the 6-8 foot seas
Monday - BJ feeling better, finally.
Pat just relaxing
BJ - first in line for lunch. I guess our tummy is feeling better now.
Abandoned light house on uninhabitated spit of land somewhere in the Eleutheras
That warm water sure felt good, especially inside the wetsuit.
Tom - the Engineer