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Beaches and Snorkeling

Chocolat Catamaran


A day at sea on the Chocolat with Captain Rollins

June 2001

We had the pleasure of spending a day with a few other great people and Captain Rollins aboard the Chocolat. The catamaran leaves Road Bay at 9:30 AM and returns sometime after 4:00 PM. We sailed to Prickly Pear Island and then stopped on our return trip at Sandy Island. The day included a sit down barbeque lunch on Prickly Pear and all you could drink. Captain Rollins was first class.

On our way to Prickly Pear!

The Chocolat is in great condition. Captain Rollins only takes out small groups, so you feel as though you are on a private sail.

The Britton's (before the loss of the hat)

The Bush's

Two stowaways

Prickly Pear Island. Snorkeling was a decent away from shore. The coral reef along the shore was hammered by the last few hurricanes, but the reef that lines the bay was full of life and living coral.

Lunch at Prickly Pear.

I'm on top of the world . . .


Sandy Island. (This place used to have palm trees until hurricane Luis devastated the place.)

New friends.