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The sunshine returned on Friday, which was great news since we would be on a boat for most of the day. After an early lunch at the Skull Rock Cantina in Grace Bay, we met up with folks from Caicos Catalyst for a fun-filled day on the water.

Our first stop was Little Water Cay, better known as Iguana Island. The island is a protected habitat for a small population of Rock Iguana who are native to the island. The kids loved seeing the iguanas up close. After checking out the iguanas, we strolled over to the deserted Half Moon Bay.

Next, we headed out to the Leeward Channel Reef for some snorkeling. The crew of the Catalyst was top-notch and great with our kids. Sadie loved snorkeling with Ms. Tina from the Catalyst and did a great job in the open water. This was the first time she has strayed very far from the boat.

After our snorkel, we headed to Water Cay, known for its rock formations. Water Cay is uninhabitated and its low white limestone cliffs make it one of the most scenic spots in Turks. A shipwreck lies in 10ft of water just off the shore, which Colt and I saw up close while snorkeling.

On our way back to the marina, we were treated to a wonderful sunset view. We had a great outing with the crew of the Caicos Catalyst and hope to join them again. For dinner, we visited the Mango Reef where we a wonderful dinner of Atlantic salmon, mahi-mahi, and cococnut shrimp.

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