Today we woke up at 6:30 and set out breakfast for everyone. We then went to Ginger island to work on our projects. We dove for about 45 minutes and saw a black tipped reef shark and a nurse shark. The reef shark was quite curious and a little while after it swam away, it returned and circled us. After we had finished our project underwater, we swam around and Logan saw the nurse shark tucked under a boulder. We looked at it for a while before returning to the boat. On the second dive, after finishing our project in that area, we swam around and saw an eel, a kind our dive leader had never seen before. We returned to the boat and met up with the Sea Dragon and ate a lunch of sandwiches again. We returned to the harbor to drop off our empty tanks and refill some of them for a dive to asses the nurseries. We partnered up, I was with Henry and Name, and we measured the sizes of the stag horn coral, the points they had, and cleaned them. We recorded the information and it will be given to the Association of Reef Keepers and their government counterpart, who will decide if and when the coral will be transplanted onto a reef. We returned to the harbor and then went back to our cabins to work on the project. My group is fairly close, but we will work on it more later tonight. We will be having spaghetti and meatballs tonight on the beach, one of my favorite meals, and will rest on the beach. Tomorrow we are diving at the wreck of the Rhone, a ship that sank 150 years ago in October. We will also going to eat lunch on cooper island and do a night snorkel. I look forward to all of that, but am somewhat anxious about the final/presentation on Sunday.