The Suit Curaçao - Here’s a short Day 5 Wrap Up
Updated: Apr 21, 2020
Here’s a short Wrap Up Day 5, Thursday 5 Sept 2019
This day started with Vlogger Ramsay Soemanta from THE SOEMANTA BLOG representing Volkswagen Curaçao, the proud sponsor of the Official Vehicle of The Suit. What a great WAY to start your DAY with RamSAY!
Kokomo Beach Curaçao with full cooperation to grant THE SUIT early morning access showed that they care about and support THE SUIT. Masha Danki Kokomo Beach Management and Staff!
After check check double check triple check and communication with PELICAN EXPRESS, support vessel ZIPPER, suport KAYAK and support SUP and then Captain Jaro officially did the green flag ceremony and THE SUIT started.
Here’s the best way to wrap it up: "go snorkel go skin dive go scuba dive there to see appreciate and enjoy the beauty of our underwater kunuku for yourself. It is beautiful out and down there."
We saw things that the CARMABI Marine Research Station told us about last Monday and Tuesday. Truly, an undisturbed and balanced underwater life.
It was oooh aahhh woowww all the way from Vaersenbaai/Kokomo to Bullenbaai to Rif St Marie to Kaap St Marie and at Kaap St Marie ‘right-hand-turn’ heading West.
We saw incredible coral reef structures, all kinds of fish, snake-eels, turtles, a ray, barracudas, and a beautiful bird soaring with the wind....
Wait wait not a bird! It was sponsor DIVI DIVI AIR flying on top covering with some aerial shots and showing support to all involved in THE SUIT. Thank You DIVI DIVI AIR!
And slowly but surely we were in the last miles when we arrived to a warm on shore welcome at our final destination of the day - The Oasis Coral Estate Beach, Dive and Wellness Resort. Thank You to all the guests, reporters, Oasis Coral Estate Beach, Dive and Wellness Resort, Karakter Curaçao, Coral Divers Curaçao as well as power food for The Suit from Vita Vegetarian Cusine!
THE SUIT thanks all involved and will continue the journey towards the West.
PELICAN EXPRESS; OCEAN ENCOUNTERS; GO WEST Diving, KAYAKS; SUP (Stand Up Paddle Board), all platforms & crews and paramedics from EHBO Curaçao, support vessel ZIPPER captain & Crew, did a fantastic job! Masha Danki!
A sincere Thank You to the Curaçao Port Authority & the Harbour Master for your coops! Without your active involvement and necessary evaluations, approvals and planning, this would never have been possible at Bullenbaai. Masha Danki!
AND... special thanks to Turtle and Ray Productions HD for this wonderful video plus Gail Johnson and David Livingston today for all the amazing photos that captured these priceless moments in this unique Curaçao adventure!
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