The 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.

Shore-Diving Nauts V. The Ocean

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...

Sci-Diver Trains Teens as Scientists

Safety First with Sci-Diver Training SCUBAnauts practice safety above all else. This weekend in April was no exception as the Nauts practiced safety skills at the Long Center in Clearwater for day one of...

Peace River Fossil Hunt, Can You Dig it ?

From time to time, SCUBAnauts find adventure above--well, somewhat above--the water line. This time, we ventured to Arcadia State Park along the Peace River for some fossil hunting in central Florida. Fossil...

Dive Safety Rescued by Camaraderie

By Cordelia C.For many new nauts, the prospect of SLAM training may seem like a drag. It's hours of classwork and note taking and then more time in the pool completing boring exercises just so you can finally get to do the fun dives. However, SLAM is a bonding...

Proud SCUBAnaut Parent Thanks Divers Alert Network

 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...

Up Close and Personal with Prehistoric Creatures

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...

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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...

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...