Bay Haven 3rd. Grade Sail
The weather forced us back into port, but everyone still had a good time. Hi Mom!
Everyone was comfy while they learned to find their way using a compass and a chart .
Being on the water on a sunny day lends itself to learning, an experience they won't forget.
Everyone is high and dry as we
float in a protected harbor and the winds continues to build in the bay.
Safety and comfort are a few of our primary objectives.
The crew later moved the vessel back to our slip at Nokomis Beach Park
which is provided as support from Sarasota County Parks & Recreation.
At Station Four, the importance of our water is shared and tests are shown.
Captain Robert Killian entertains with some Ol' Sea Shanty songs as everyone sings along.
We want to thank the Sarasota
National Estuary Program for providing the grant to Bay Haven Elementary School, which
made our presentation possible. We hope the children all enjoyed their visit aboard our
floating classroom. Mother Nature sometimes dictates to us how we need to perform our
tasks while we're making other plans. We do our best to deal with what she has to
offer. Our all volunteer staff and crew hope you enjoyed our efforts.
If so, please pass it on. Thank you!
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