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An Annual Tradition

Shannon S. — Senior SCUBAnaut Second Class  — AAUS D-30 They called me “The Ringer.” I hadn’t a clue how I stumbled upon that nickname because I had never split the dive sign before. In fact, for the past three years I wasn’t even close to hitting the sign straight on. Yet, this was my last summer […]

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A Look into the Legislative Branch (Blogs)

Shaian B. I had the opportunity to go to Washington, D.C. with SCUBAnauts Intl. for Capitol Hills Ocean Week for four days. During these four days we had a packed schedule consisting of meetings with senators and congressmen and women, also some sight seeing and of course the CHOW gala. Meeting with Abby Tinsley (Bill […]

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The More Political Side of Marine Science

Some of our Nauts and adult leaders had the chance to go to Washington D.C. to attend Capitol Hill Ocean Week, sightsee, meet with Florida Representatives and talk to other Ocean oriented organizations. Here are a few thoughts about the week directly from the Nauts themselves…..   Kylie B. Capital Hill Ocean Week 2016 has […]

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Sarah with her dad, Ron, at SLAM Training


Sarah V. — Tarpon Springs Chapter Naut-in-training    I joined SCUBAnauts Intl. in September of 2015. After getting all of the paperwork in order  I had to worry about passing the needed certifications to be able to dive with SCUBAnauts. In February I attended the full course for Divers Alert Network Training (DAN) and that […]

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Flashback: Speaking with the SNI Board of Directors

Looking back at our Board of Directors meeting in February from the point of view from one of our exceptional Nauts, Mia F. On Saturday, February 27th, the SCUBAnauts International Board of Directors met at Mote Marine Laboratory for their annual meeting. As part of a select panel of SCUBAnauts, I was designated to provide […]

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