SCUBAnauts MissionThe mission of SCUBAnauts International is to educate teens in the marine sciences, enabling them to make a positive impact on the environment and empowering them to become tomorrow's leaders.
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by Emma Z. On the recent Shark tagging trip to Miami, SCUBAnauts Diana, Sam, Trent, Trevor and I along with dive master Sam Phillips were the first to attempt a shore dive to a wreck. A second group of nauts was eating lunch at a nearby restaurant and were to do the same dive after […]
by David Paliotta My daughter Emma and I entered the auditorium on the day of the DAN training feeling a trifle apprehensive with a dose of excitement and also a little late. Our dry land navigation skills need some work since we couldn’t find the building, but there was no judgement from a friendly group of […]
by Sophia R., SCUBAnaut Second Class, Women Diver’s Hall of Fame Scholarship Recipient This weekend I had the pleasure along with 14 other SCUBAnauts to go shark tagging. We drove down to Fort Lauderdale where we were hoping to dive on the Copenhagen wreck. This was a beach dive right off of a restaurant. While […]
By Elaine Ziska, proud parent I’m SO happy my kids were able to have the experience of Saturday’s shore dive and really appreciate the adults who helped. It isn’t easy to get kids experiences which really challenge them physically, emotionally and personally. Sports is just about the only way, and there are some serious drawbacks […]
by Jonathan W. During the shark tagging trip, we caught two nurse sharks, two black tip reef sharks, and a bonnethead, a tiger and and short nose shark. It was really fun. We learned how to measure the sharks, tag the sharks and clip the fins so the University of Miami can do biopsies. They […]