An Uncommon Encounter with Geriatrics Gone Wild It Really Is Possible to Scream Underwater in Your Regulator! A Thong and a Speargun: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Vertical and Vomiting – Boat Diving in Rough Seas

An Uncommon Encounter with Geriatrics Gone Wild

There are some things after night diving that you just don’t need to see..

It Really Is Possible to Scream Underwater in Your Regulator!

An encounter with a really large tarpon out for dinner at night is both startling and breathtaking.

A Thong and a Speargun: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Just because you possess a speargun, doesn’t mean you should use it!

Vertical and Vomiting – Boat Diving in Rough Seas

Don’t get too close to new Open Water divers in this boat on rough waters!

Here is the sea, great and wide, teeming with things innumerable, living creatures both small and great.   Psalms 104:25

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Fish underwaterIf you enjoy the beautiful photos on this blog, please visit Ken Schneider Photography. Ken is a remarkably talented underwater, commercial and portrait photographer who has taken most of the pictures for this blog.  

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Mount HarvardWhen we are not underwater, you can keep up with what we're doing on the surface here.

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Reef Brief

Lionfish at NightJoin us and discover various creatures, great and small, that we have encountered during our scuba diving adventures. Our Fun Fact about each critter depicts our personal experience with the featured reef life in each article.

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Scuba Diver UnderwaterWe'd like to introduce you here to our Support Divers, fantastic individuals we are honored to know and just happen to love scuba diving as much as we do. We encourage you to visit their websites, businesses and social networking sites.

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25th Apr 2013
Great Dive Snacks

Great Snacks to Pack for Your Dive Trip

Let’s face it: eating while traveling can be expensive, especially when you arrive at your overseas destination. So how can you pack nutritious snacks that won’t take a lot of...

23rd Apr 2013
Scuba diver from below

A Thong and a Speargun: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

It was lobster season in Catalina Island, and our dive group was excited as we boarded what our dive operator boasted was a large, comfortable dive boat. We immediately noticed...

17th Apr 2013
large tarpon and cleaner fish

It’s Really Possible to Scream in Your Regulator!

It was just before dark as we geared up for a night dive. Bari Reef in Bonaire is known for over 300 species of fish and marine life, and we...

16th Apr 2013
Cozumel Swim-Through

Drift Dive Turned Bloody Dive

Cozumel, Mexico, is known for drift diving with vibrant reefs, sea life, and a variety of dive sites featuring sheer walls, underwater cliffs, and a labyrinth of coral swim-throughs, with...

16th Apr 2013
Cruise Ship

To Cruise-Ship Dive or Not to Cruise-Ship Dive

I have to admit this: Although I’ve been on six different cruises with non-diving family and friends in the past, going on a cruise (in general) is not really my...

13th Apr 2013

Night Dive Turned Treacherous

It was supposed to be a simple boat dive this calm evening. We met our divemaster, JC, at the pier with three other divers and boarded our small boat. First...

13th Apr 2013

The Best Diving on Earth

Calm breezes on a bright, sunny day. Warm tropical water with no current. Visibility to 100 feet. Vibrant coral reef with lots of critters to see. Many of us describe...

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