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The rough seas of the Sir Francis Drake channel With our dive at the RMS Rhone complete we set sail for Trellis Bay across the Sir Francis Drake channel from Cooper Island. Of all the sailing we did this was absolutely without question the roughest water we experienced, but everyone stayed focused on the wedding and, thank goodness, no one got sea sick.

You have to admit, the water with its beautiful brilliant blue color is amazing.
Mary and Lisa decorating the cake Mary and Lisa decorating the cake Lisa and the bride's bouquet
Mary and Lisa work on the wedding cake Lisa prepares the bride's bouquet
Janet getting ready with Daisy's help
The bride prepares with the
help of Daisy
Mike pouring some liquid strength
The groom goes in search of
so added strength
Janet doing her hair before wedding

<-- Janet doing her hair
in preparation for the
big moment

Janet showing one of her -->
radiant smiles shortly before
her marriage to Mike
Janet smiling before wedding
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Introducing the "Merry Wanderers" | Tortolla, Prospect Reef Hotel and Cane Garden Bay | Full Moon Party | TheGrand Oasis
Sailing Road Town To Norman Island | Diving The Indians and Jost Van Dyke | Jost Van Dyke | Sandy Cay, Green Cay and Cane Garden Bay
Cane Garden Bay, West End and Brewer's Bay | Brewer's Bay and Puntinday Bay | The Dogs, Mosquito Island and Virgin Gorda
Diving The Chimney at the Dogs | Virgin Gorda | The Baths | Surprise For Everyone | Diving The RMS Rhone and Our Last Full Day Aboard The Grand Oasis
Getting Ready | A Special Time | The Party | The Party After | Our Last Morning