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BVI December 2013

The Baths

The Baths

Another morning yoga session, this time with the backdrop of Guana Island’s magnificent cliffs, covered in cactus and booby birds. It’s so wild and untouched looking. We swam around Muskmelon Bay once more, then Heather organized a photo shoot for…

Muskmelon

Muskmelon

Something outside felt different when I woke up… no wind! I led a yoga session on the bow; it’s not something I’m particularly good at, but I learned a series of Yoga and Pilates moves from a book called Back…

Angelfish

Angelfish

Angelfish Reef is just off Norman Island, and marks the end of the archipelago of the British Virgin Islands. It makes for a great swim; clear water, lots of fish, good coral structure. We plan the swim to end at…

Benure’s Bay

Benure’s Bay

Breakfast these days on SwimVacation is a casual affair. We used to do a full-blown monstrous bacon-laden meal after our swim, but it was getting to the point where we were just eating and swimming for the entire week. So…

Thank you, Peter.

Thank you, Peter.

I personally started my day pretty low, a sinus infection had dug in, and I had a fever. I missed my first SwimVacation swim ever! My guides Heather and Will stepped up, though, got breakfast running, plotted a swim, nailed…

Welcome to the BVI!

Welcome to the BVI!

There’s lots of places to hide from the wind in the British Virgin Islands, which is good, since we have some wind this week. Tonight we are anchored in Little Harbor on Peter Island. Our first day on SwimVacation XVI…

New Gear and Packing Up

New Gear and Packing Up

I’m not sure anymore how many BVI trips we’ve swum. Maybe 14? This Sunday at noon we begin our next one. Heather, Will, and I are guiding. We have 4 repeat guests and 3 new guests. Chad is Captaining Yacht…