SCUBAnauts MissionThe 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.
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By Eli, Naut-in-Training This summer I went on my first summer trip with SCUBAnauts down in the Florida Keys to do a number of recreational and scientific dives. I also had the pleasure of working with Mote Marine Laboratories. My all time favorite part of the summer trip was the Coral Reef restoration program that […]
by Trevor R., 2nd Class Naut, Tarpon Chapter Hi, my name is Trevor. This is my second year going on the Scubanauts Summer Trip, and even though I’ve done this all before it has just gotten better. Spending time with the vets from Combat Wounded Veteran Challenge was my favorite experience. I have made […]
by Zack M., SCUBAnaut 1st Class This summer, I had the opportunity with 15 other SCUBAnauts to attend Capitol Hill Ocean Week (CHOW), the most important marine policy convention in the United States, located in Washington, D.C. The event focuses on marine, coastal, and Great Lakes environmental policy with a focus on scientifically-backed public policy. […]
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 […]
On April 14, 2018, a group of Scubanauts including myself, a troop of Boy Scouts, and many other volunteers from various organizations such as Hope, Hernando County, IFAS, and Sea Grant, deployed approximately 2,450 bags of oyster shells into Centipede Bay which is just off shore of Hernando County. The volunteers were split into two […]