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SCUBAnauts “Dive In” Behind the Scenes at The Smithsonian

In our recent trip to Washington, DC for Capital Hill Ocean Week (CHOW) , SCUBAnauts had a chance to go behind the scenes at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and meet first hand some of the curators and scientists who work there. Tim Coffer, the Museum Specialist for Invertebrate Zoology, showed us the […]

Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge

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. […]

SCUBAnauts International Visits the Coast Guard

On May 14, 2017, the USCG Air Station welcomed SCUBAnauts to tour their facility in St. Petersburg, Florida. The C-130 is a cargo plane. They are able to transport people, vehicles, supplies, and other cargo on the aircraft. On air drop missions, they drop the cargo in specific locations. This aircraft can carry more than […]

SCUBAnaut Shaian Blanc

Masternaut Blog

Being a part of SCUBAnauts International since my freshman year, I’ve had the opportunity to reach my fullest potential through the organization. I was able to achieve the highest rank in the program, becoming a Masternaut. I have over 100 dives, I am nitrox, advanced, and rescue scuba certified and I also have dedicated service […]

SCUBAnaut Talon Coons

First Dive Blog

This was the first dive of the season on the boat Moonshine. This was also my first saltwater dive because my checkout dives for getting certified were during a red tide and rough winds. The purpose of these dives was to do coral counts with something similar to a trundle wheel. We had to lay […]

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