Stuey hooks up the first yellow fin on the crossing.
View from the tuna tower
Woo hoo! Instant sashimi - a little soy, wasabi, and tiger sauce, put it in a bag on ice for an hour, and WOW!
That's why we call it the Sushi Wagon!!
Stuey's tuna - thanks for the Sushi!!
Just another of the beautiful islands we get to hunt around
Gorgeous little beaches, but we only ever set foot on them if we are resting for lunch - no beaches this year, but nice views!
Truly amazing, a pod of about 12 dolphins came by and literally PLAYED with us in the water for about 20 minutes!!
We dove, and spun around, and they all did the same...
I got to swim with a mom and 2 babies for about 1/2 of the time they were with us - the babies would swim right at you then spin a quick circle around you...
Definitely one of the most amazing experiences we've ever had... oh, and it happened the next day too!
Capt'n Nemo ready to go!
Super handsome guy working the anchor
Our lunch spot near Stranger's Cay
The water is just amazing!
Stuey and Mark chillin' after lunch
Joel's favorite "Grouper - BIG"!
"Grouper" & "Bug"
Our guide David making us fresh conch salad - YUMM!!
Captain Charlie got an awesome new hat
Joel definitely mastered using his new pole spear!
One of our cloudier days this year
View of one of the big boats from the gas dock
She's SOO little!
The island kitties are super cute!
This one purred and meowed at the same time, sounded like she was singing.