The Somerset Easter Tradition: 2nd Annual Sea’ster Hunt

Two kids with a sea shell by the sea at Somerset On Grace Bay

Easter is just around the corner and so is our Sea’ster Hunt! Last year’s Sea’ster Hunt was such a success and loved by guests that we’re making it an annual tradition.

The winning family will receive a family portrait to commemorate the trip and have their names forever engraved on The Somerset’s “Conch Shell Award.”This new “egg hunt” tradition is fun for the whole family. During the week leading up to Easter, children of all ages are invited to paint the Sea’ster “eggs” (egg-shaped rocks).

On Good Friday, March 29, 2013, the decorated “eggs” will be “hidden” in the turquoise waters of Grace Bay. Families will work together, snorkeling and swimming in the sea, to gather as many painted “eggs” as possible.

Last year’s winners, Dan Henry and Ruby Ellison will be returning try their luck to re-claim the coveted trophy. Good luck to everyone!