From kite making to cave crawling, pink sands to prom, Class Afloat’s stop in Bermuda has been one to remember! For our first port program we walked to an ocean-side park to learn the history of Bermuda Kites. We then had the opportunity to craft our own, and with the assistance and advice of various locals passing by we ended with a beautiful collection of kites ready to fly high in the sky. On the 21st we adventured to Tom Moore’s jungle where a narrow path through the mangrove forest led to an unsuspecting cave opening. Climbing down into the depths by flashlight revealed a cavernous space filled with stalactites. Further down the trail we discovered another cave, this one so grand we could go for a swim in the crystal clear salt spring hiding within! Later on we danced the night away at prom on the main deck. Outside of programs, the student crew enjoyed the beautiful beaches and fun shops around the island. Class Afloat would like to send a special thank you to the Goodwins, family of alumnus Adam Goodwin ’05-’06, for organizing all of our programs in Bermuda. After a "boasty" (Bermudian for "awesome") stay in Hamilton we embark for a 16-day passage to the Azores – fair winds!