We reached Barbados on Dec 16.
The port was mixed, having cruise boats and industrial use.
We opted for snorkeling - green turtles expedition.
The catamaran was excellent and offered a net about 2 meters above the water on both sides. On that net, the guests had a more strong sailing feeling. The pitch was strong, and the waves breaking just one or two meters below created a feeling of belonging to the ocean.
On the other net, my wife took the best spot.
Once we reached the green turtle spotting place, we saw many other small boats competing with us. The turtles were small, maybe 30 cm, and they were brown but called green because they eat green seaweeds; the bottom of the ocean was a very intense green.
The problem with poor turtles was that hundreds of people crowded to see them when they showed up from under that green carpet at the bottom. After a while, some tourists had enough and swam to the nearest beach. I remained behind, and I was one-on-one with the turtles. They did not care; I guess they were used to visitors like myself. I am sorry again that I did not have an underwater camera.
The trip was almost all day, see the turtles and then enjoy the beach nearby.
Time to return to the boat.
After we reached the cruise ship and had dinner, it was time for the evening entertainment.
The next stop would be St. Lucia