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Islands in the Stream Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I: Bimini Chapter VII Summary

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Part I: Bimini Chapter VII Summary

Thomas and the rest go out in Thomas's cabin cruiser to near the reef, where they anchor by an old wreck that pokes out of the water even at high tide. Joseph takes Andrew with him in the dinghy out to the reef, and the other two boys swim out with Roger. They begin looking for fish through their facemasks. Thomas talks with Eddy in the galley about any possible danger, and Eddy suggests that the boys and Roger stay close to the dinghy so they can quickly deposit their speared fish into the dinghy. This will avoid the blood from attracting predators to the reef. Eddy worries about the boys and suggests that Thomas take out his rifle, which he does. The boys and Roger start spearing fish while Thomas maneuvers the cruiser closer to their position.

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