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Today I got my three-hundredth dive. I have done over 120 dives with SCUBAnauts. I honestly only remember the dives that mean a lot personally to me. My most memorable dives are the ones I have done with my mom, my friends, and combat wounded vets. I went on my first dive trip with my mom when I […]
by Anton N., Naut-in-Training Our day started with an early morning as we headed down to Key West to dive the famous Vandenburg wreck. Unfortunately, our trip was cut short as swells were too big to reach the site. This made everyone a little upset, but the adult leaders were quick to find […]
by Nolan M., Naut-in-Training Today Scubanauts went of the dock with Looe Key Dive Resort to do three scientific dives. The three selected sites required use of an anchor because no mooring buoys are available like the other sites we have visited. When the first mate was putting down the anchor, it came off the […]
by Masternaut Mia F. Today Scubanauts dove in Western Sambo Ecological Reserve, a series of reefs near Key West. Like the Looe Key Reef that we have been diving for most of the week, Western Sambo Reef is a protected area in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. However, we were surprised at what we […]
by Markus B., SCUBAnaut 1st Class Our third day in the Keys at Mote Marine Laboratory, Wednesday, began with a slow start to the morning–most of us still tired from last night’s dives, but we were still fed, prepared to dive, and in the classroom at 8:15 for the day’s briefing, followed by a short […]