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150 Lifetime Dives During Corona-cation

Many events have been cancelled due to corona virus, but that didn’t stop Diana from completing her 150th lifetime dive and finding things to celebrate in Jupiter, FL on our summer mission!

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Our New Friend Jenny (The Tiger Shark)

Overall, today was one of my favorite days of diving ever. Getting to be in the presence of such beautiful animals is unlike anything else, and I hope to do it again soon. My favorite part of the day was the sharks were swimming right in front of us.

Senior Nauts Explore Jupiter, Florida Dive Sites

Teens explore Jupiter, FL dive sites for the first time. Nauts practiced navigation skills and conducted fish and shark surveys.

Nauts Restore Reefs, Conduct Coral Research in Florida Keys

Eighteen nauts from Florida and North Carolina Chapters are in the Florida Keys conducting a variety of research and coral restoration activities this week. One naut reflects on his second year of paticipation.

Lasers, Cameras and Drones, Oh My!

The photogrammetry trip was a great experience for those interested in engineering and computers with a mix of diving and data collection. The trip was very hands-on and we were active all day with diving, data collection, computer rendering, drone photography and review from morning until it was time for smores at the campfire.

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150 Lifetime Dives During Corona-cation

150 Lifetime Dives During Corona-cation

Many events have been cancelled due to corona virus, but that didn’t stop Diana from completing her 150th lifetime dive and finding things to celebrate in Jupiter, FL on our summer mission!

Our New Friend Jenny (The Tiger Shark)

Our New Friend Jenny (The Tiger Shark)

Overall, today was one of my favorite days of diving ever. Getting to be in the presence of such beautiful animals is unlike anything else, and I hope to do it again soon. My favorite part of the day was the sharks were swimming right in front of us.

Lasers, Cameras and Drones, Oh My!

Lasers, Cameras and Drones, Oh My!

The photogrammetry trip was a great experience for those interested in engineering and computers with a mix of diving and data collection. The trip was very hands-on and we were active all day with diving, data collection, computer rendering, drone photography and review from morning until it was time for smores at the campfire.

Building Confidence Through Scuba Accident Lifesaving Management Course

Building Confidence Through Scuba Accident Lifesaving Management Course

After we completed classroom training, we jumped in the pool where we reviewed concepts learned in the SCUBA certification course such as clearing a mask, sharing air, and regulator recovery. We then proceeded to my favorite part of the course, which was scenarios. All the students took turns acting out the part of a “panicked diver” or “unconscious diver,” and the others applied the skills learned in classroom training to aid the diver and bring them safely to the “boat” or “shore.” 

New Naut Reflects on Diving First Aid Training

New Naut Reflects on Diving First Aid Training

Twice a year, members of all six Florida chapters convene for Diving First Aid Training in St Petersburg, FL. Nauts and parents participate in Divers Alert Network’s Diving First Aid for Professional Divers course which covers CPR, neurological assessment, emergency…

November Trip Successful Despite Weather

November Trip Successful Despite Weather

Despite challenging weather conditions, six nauts completed six dives each and built lasting friendships during a November trip to Summerland Key to participate in coral restoration activities and honor their friend Zack Morris, who passed in May 2019.