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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands

Tortola and Beach Day Saturday, April 11, 2009
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Saturday was the final day of the cruise, and destined to be the best. We started out with a dolphin experience, followed by the much anticipated beach day at Jost Van Dyke.

Harbor

Tortola

The harbor in Tortola is a well known destination for charter yachts. We tendered to the small port and then took a bus to the dolphin experience.

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Taking the tender ashore.

At port in Tortola.

Some of the dolphin pens.

Dolphins.

Playful dolphin.

Dophins respond to a whistle and hand signals.

Beautiful clean Caribbean water in the harbor.

These islands are very dry, but some palms manage to thrive.

One of the superyachts in the harbor.

Pepe in Tortola.

Colorful harborside shops.

Kjell take a video of me, taking a picture of him.

Departing the SeaDream for beach day.

SeaDream anchored off of the beach in Jost Van Dyke.

Arriving on the beach from the RIB tender.

You are greeted by champagne.

Some of the models doing a photo shoot for the website and brochure.

More champagne.

The crew tendering food and drinks ashore.

More model shots.

The set up of the caviar splash.

Caviar splash.

I'm not a big fan of caviar, but there were plenty of takers.

The SeaDream area of the beach, full of chairs a bathroom and kitchen/grill facilities.

More passengers enjoying the caviar and champagne.

Model shot.

The beach area for SeaDream.

Many private yachts motor over from Puerto Rico to weekend here.

After beach day, the very well served passengers returned to the ship, more more drinks.

Last afternoon aboard ship.

Drinks were being poured at a very hurried rate.

Sunset.

Kjell and Pepe.

Pepe and one a passenger.

Pepe and one a passenger.

Pepe and one a passenger.

Camilla and Renee.

Renee and a passenger.

The matre-d and Pepe.

Pepe and the cruise director.

Dinner appetizer.

The reveal.

The surprise.

I bought everybody at the table gifts for a goodbye dinner event.

Checking out the gifts.

Kjell got a rastafari hat.

Dolphins for the girls.

Dolphins for the girls.

The real dinner reveal.

Steak for dinner.

Fish entree.

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End of Day - Jost Van Dyke

The beach day was the best day of the trip. By this point, most of the passengers know eachother, friendships have been made, and it's time for a party. I brought my Aerobee football and the passengers spent most of the afternoon in the water drinking and playing catch. The evening was spent exchanging emails and looking back on the wonderful voyage.

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