I booked an afternoon on the Feisty for my family of six (6) at the suggestion of Liz Pereira of Pereira Day Tours, St. Kitts, with whom I started communicating about things to do in St. Kitts several months before our planned December, 2013 trip. Initially I was a bit on the fence because one of my daughters gets a bit nervous on boats and doesn't particularly like swimming or snorkeling. However, the pictures of the boat looked beautiful, and large enough to ease my daughter's usual concerns so I decided to go for it. Boy am I thrilled that I did! What a great afternoon. Captain Miles was scheduled to pick us up at Reggae Beach at 2:00 p.m. so we arrived a bit early and had a great lunch at Reggae Beach. We watched the Feisty come into the harbor right on scheduled as we were finishing up. The kids headed over to the dock while I settled up for lunch. Captain Miles and First Mate Alvin arrived at the dock on the dingy and took 3 of our party out to the yacht. By the time they were back to the dock the rest of our party was ready to go. We were on the yacht in less than a minute and the fun began. Captain Miles gave us a quick orientation and safety chat, while Alvin grabbed adult beverages for those old enough and sodas for those who weren't. We sailed out of the harbor and around the corner of St. Kitts, to a wreck were we stopped to snorkel. Captain Miles, a marine biologist and diver, led the tour and kept our 9 year old captivated with what he was pointing out and diving down to show her and the rest of us. Even my daughter who is a bit nervous with swimming and snorkeling joined the fun, later admitting that while she was a bit nervous - "it was really cool." I'm not sure how long we snorkeled, but it was a good long time and everyone had their fill. Back on the boat - it was time to sail. Captain Miles let the wind do its magic. He took us across to Nevis, where we then sailed along the coast. It was very windy, so Miles was able to get the boat moving using only the jib. It was great fun - the family spreading around the boat; moving through the water; wind in your hair; sea on lips; good music playing. Miles and Alvin were great fun and tremendous hosts. Oh, forgot to mention that they had a fishing line in trolling whenever we were moving and we actually caught three fish, one of which was a keeper. Just a bit of added fun. We have done a lot of cool things as we have traveled through the Caribbean over the years, including a helicopter ride from Antigua over the volcano on Montserrat; parasailing in St. Thomas; and swimming with the sharks in Punta Cana. Everyone agreed that spending an afternoon on the Feisty was better than all of those, and was probably the coolest thing we have ever done in the Caribbean. If you have the chance, do it!