A live-aboard is a larger boat with cabins so that divers live directly on board for the duration of the trip. This arrangement allows the boat to move further away from shore support and explore more remote dive areas or dive in several different areas, all during the same trip. Read more
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It gets its name due to the stripes found on it that resemble those on a tiger. Each one of the tiger sharks will have stripes that are different in color, design, and size found mainly on juveniles. As these sharks mature, the lines begin to fade and almost disappear. You will also notice that their dorsal fins are very close to the tail. Read more
It’s like being in a fairy tale world when you watch Big-bellied Seahorses gracefully floating through the water, with their big bellies proudly thrust forward and curly tails intertwining with rocks and seaweed. Read more
Technical Diving is the extreme branch of Scuba Diving. Read more
If you have not tried it, it is a MUST! It’s low carb too!!!!!
A face only a mother could love?
A fish with a face of a wolf & the body of an eel, The WOLF EEL.
High on my Bucket list to dive with. I’m asked quite frequently where I want to diving & what I want to see. And if I’m going to see one, Guess I’m going to have to breakdown & wear a 7 mm suit, maybe better yet a dry-suite. Maybe our friends at DUI can help. Read more