Standard One-Day Schedule
8:30 AM — Arrival, Instructions, and Safety Talk
9:00 AM — Lesson one – Fish Species Identification (or teacher’s choice)
10:00 AM — Basic Snorkel – led by trained instructors and watched by a lifeguard
11:00 AM — Lesson two – Environmental Awareness (or teacher’s choice)
12:00 PM — Lunch
1:00 PM — Boat Tour and Rules
1:15 PM — Lesson three – Introduction to Sailing (or teacher’s choice)
2:00 PM — Lesson four – Science of Sailing (or teacher’s choice)
4:00 PM – Wrap up and students disembark
Marine Science Class Options:
Aquatic Environmental Impact; Fish Habitat and Biology; Invertebrate Identification and Biology; Reef Makeup and Coral Degradation; Oceanography; Biomimicry; Marine Mammal Biology and Habitat; Plankton Identification and Importance, Seagrass and the Mangrove Impact; etc.
Sail Science Class Options:
Sail Theory Introduction; Advanced Sail Handling; Knot Work; Navigation; Astronomy; Mechanical Advantage; Meteorology; etc.
Water Class Options:
Basic Snorkel; Advanced Snorkel; and Scientific Snorkel.
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