Captain Kris and Anetta were fantastic on all aspects. The boat was amazing – super-comfortable and well-equipped. I loved the layout of the salon, with the u-shaped sofa and middle console. We had all meals out on the deck – never really used the salon but I liked the open floor plan that made it seem more spacious. All of our rooms were comfortable with good mattresses and nice, efficient bathrooms.
The food was delicious – and it wasn’t easy with our dietary preferences and restrictions. All meals were delicious and well-presented. Anetta did a great job making Maddie’s meals replicate ours but vegan. And she even baked a chocolate birthday cake for Lauren (along with presenting her with a bottle of champagne and a map of the BVI with our journey charted on it). So thoughtful. Kris and Anetta joined us for dinner at Saba Rock one evening and it was much fun.
We snorkeled a ton – saw some sea turtles, sting rays, lots of amazing fish, including a few barracuda, awesome coral. Kris helped a fisherman rescue an Eagle ray from his net that Jay and Maddie found while kayaking – a happy ending to a potential for a bad outcome.
We hit great beaches and some of our top must-sees – Norman Island, Willy T’s (where Jay became somewhat famous for doing about 8 backflips from the top deck – people we saw at other islands said “Hey, you’re the backflip dude!”) the Baths, Cooper Island, the bubbly pools, the North Sound, and Caneel Bay.
It was an amazing week and something we will all remember for a very long time. Thank you for everything you did to make it happen and make it amazing.