Setting sail for 3 hours the morning after our first party, we woke up to these breakfast spreads at 10am:
Admiring my 4 yacht tandem; we have enough for a tunnel raft of our own at this point!
After breakfast, we anchored for our first dip in Mediterranean blue.
After a few hours to ourselves, we then rejoined the rest of the yacht fleet to create two rows for “the tunnel raft,” where we could swim in the middle and meet other yachts next to us.
Thankfully our chefs reminded to eat lunch during the party:
In the middle of the tunnel raft were floating “dance floors” that we sometimes used instead as a floating beach…or a wrestling mat.
Gina and I took it very seriously:
Our friend DJ Alex EBS then made an appearance on The Kraken boat, taking over with his music and preventing any bad blood between our 4 Soundboks’ and the Colombian boat’s Soundboks.
As the sun began to set, we cooked dinner with our floating neighbors.
Boat hopping continued where gossip and conversations led to stargazing and looking for shooting stars.
- At time of posting in Saronic Gulf, it was 27 °C - Humidity: 73% | Wind Speed: 14km/hr | Cloud Cover: sunny