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Inshe completed her day RYA skipper certification and goal for the next year is to earn her Yachtmaster. This is where he trained as a power boat, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, climbing and mountaineering instructor.
He has worked in the Desolation Wilderness in Eldorado County, California, where he lived in a tent for three months and delivered leadership programs to students of all ages through the medium of true wilderness.
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This was a life changing experience for him and where he developed his love for sharing his skills and knowledge with his students and learned how to develop their true potential.
Emily Graf, Mate of Montlouis Emily started diving in and quickly developed a passion for marine life. Growing up in New Mexico a state with no oceansshe is grateful to have been introduced to the ocean in such an exhilarating way! Emily obtained her B.
She loves to travel, experience new cultures, observe wildlife, and laugh a lot! Scuba diving has become one of her biggest passions along with yoga, mountain biking, and bird watching. Emily hopes to inspire people to love and conserve our oceans by sharing what she has learned about the magical underwater world.
She grew up sailing for her yacht club and spent summers sailing with her local beach. As a passionate diver, Lindley loves that Sail Caribbean provides kids with the opportunity to learn to dive and progress so much over the weeks that they are here.
Always dynamic and adventurous, Lindley will never pass up the chance to go on night dives on the wreck of the Rhone, and hopes to spend her life traveling and teaching. She graduated from Dartmouth College inwith a degree in Global Health with a focus on the ethics of cross-cultural and intergovernmental interactions and a minor in international studies.
Her first year at Sail Caribbean waswhen she was a captain on the Chavo program. Sara has been sailing since she was born, having been influenced by a whole family that sails.
She loves Sail Caribbean because of the responsibilities that it gives to the kids.
Sara also loves days spent at Savanna Bay or Monkey Point. Before arriving at Sail Caribbean this year, she had just gotten off a boat that she delivered from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to Panama, through the canal. This is because her life has actually been spent more living on boats than land.
Aboard the boat, she grew up with a deck hand school tutor, but eventually went on to graduate from University of Washington with a degree in environmental studies and biology inwhere she was also on the sailing team. Since graduating, she worked on a boat in California for Guided Discoveries, an outdoor adventure camp.
The following winter, she went to the island of Utila in Honduras to achieve her dive master certification.Allie O 2016 Level 7 Bravo Classic Gymnastic Meet
She now joins us for the first time and is eager to turn the sailing over to the kids, and inspiring the empowerment that the Sail Caribbean program provides. Her favorite memory with us so far has been night diving at Buck Island, observing biolume, bright stars and elusive squid.
He lives in Washington, D. Curtis has been sailing since 9 years old, influenced by a family of sailors, his dad being one of his biggest teachers.
Once a student of Sail Caribbean, he began diving, as well.
Curtis enjoys the variety of activities Sail Caribbean provides, in particular scuba diving. He will never give up the chance to go on a wreck dive or sail to his favorite location of Cooper Island Beach Club.
Always smiling and seeking fun in every experience, Curtis remembers his favorite memory with the program riding the paparazzi during days spent at the Bitter End. When Curtis is not at Sail Caribbean, he has a passion for traveling. Fun fact, he has traveled to all 50 states, and 49 of the state capitals! Clodagh Somers, Captain of Rioja Joining us for her second year all the way from Malahide, Dublin, Ireland, Clodagh is currently working on her masters in architecture at University College of Dublin and in for free time, sailing anything with a sail.
Inshe went on to work in Spain instructing dinghy sailing. Inshe got her day RYA skipper certification. Here at Sail Caribbean, Clodagh really admires the teaching method employed.