At the start of the day, I woke up to the scent of French toast, which was being made by Makena and Clara, which was a 4.9/5 on trip advisor. Immediately following this, we had some shore time where we could visit the stores and socialize with the other boat. After I set sail for Anegada from Virgin Gorda, which took about 3 hours and was a 20-mile sail. During this adventure, we dusted the other boat and left them behind. I also hit approximately 15.6 knots that Elliot did not believe even though it was true. After we landed in Anegada, we went out and started a scavenger hunt on the beaches. At the end of this, my group had found two nurse sharks, which we went out to touch which didn’t work. After, when we went back to the boat, we had dinner with the head of ActionQuest, Mike, and played a game and enjoyed Mexican night. Tonight we will go over to the other Go Beyond boat, Catalinaville, and talk about turtle tagging. It was another successful and amazing day out in the BVI.