Captain Phillip offered snorkeling off Sandy Island after breakfast. Barbara took him up on it and assumed the photography duties.
After a shower for those that snorkeled, we took the dinghy over to Carriacou landing on Paradise Beach. The beach landing gave us a wonderful view back at Diamant anchored off Sandy Island.
A couple of shack bars and a souvenir shop were on the beach. They were quite unusual as they were constructed of shipping containers. The girls took this opportunity for some last minute shopping.
Back on Diamant, we lunched and set off for Port Louis in Grenada. Several took the helm on the way back.
We were sailing past Grenada way too soon!
And we did not envy those on the Blue Haired Lady cruise ships.
Barney fixed our last afternoon snack.
Served in fine style by Marlan.
The shops around Port Louis reminded us of Venice.
Two racing yachts were berthed next to us.
Once berthed, we settled our bill with Monja and prepared for the much anticipated Captain's Dinner.
The girls gussied up while the fellows found clean shirts.
Captain Phillip brought the crew out for a well deserved round of applause and our thanks.
And Marlan served Barney's creation, lobster penne.
With a lovely dessert.
And the evening would not be complete without Chicken Foot dominos. Then, it was off to bed.
As David, Luba, Barbara and I had early morning flights, the crew was kind enough to get us up at 4:30, fix us breakfast and load us into the taxi for the airport. Lobster Pizza in Paradise was a fantastic experience. It was truly 12 days in Paradise and the windjammer experience was perfection. Now to determine something new for the bucket list. And thanks to our readers for sailing with us vicariously. I hope you'll give a windjammer a go.