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GaspOur Beads Clean up Inspires Thoughts of Change

Blog by Samantha B. On May 6, 2018, a small group of SCUBAnauts teamed up with NAUI Green Diver Initiative, Center for Open Exploration and many more groups to clean up the litter in the waters off Davis Island. Our main focus was the bead necklaces thrown into the water from the Gasparilla parade. We […]

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New Naut Reflects on SLAM Training

I joined Scubanauts International (SNI) in January of 2018. I was a relatively inexperienced diver but had a passion for marine sciences and diving. SNI has allowed me to pursue a safe and engaging diving experience as well as empowering me to become a more proficient level diver. SNI is full of wonderful and engaging […]

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Nauts Build Dive Skills and Confidence with Rescue Training

On October 19th SCUBAnauts Noah, Blaine, Sarah, Emma, and John dove at Lake Denton with dive instructors Katie Shoultz and Jessie Cohen-Kiraly to earn their rescue diver certifications. The first part of the dive involved practicing basic skills: clearing a mask, retrieving regulator, buddy breathing, etc. All the trainees performed these tasks without fail thank […]

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In the News; Wounded Vets Join Scientists from Mote to Plant Florida Keys Coral

On Tuesday, June 27, members of the Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge and SCUBAnauts International joined forces with scientists from Mote Marine Laboratory to plant 500 nursery grown corals near Looe Key. This event marks the sixth year of a unique coral restoration partnership that enables citizen science volunteers to participate in cutting-edge marine habitat restoration. […]

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