Posts Tagged ‘diving’

Are you looking for great dive locations to visit.

August 17, 2014

The top 10 locations have been identified by Scuba Diver Life. See where you should be diving in the U.S. These are 10 locations that should be on your bucket list. See what you think.

http://scubadiverlife.com/2014/04/26/top-10-u-s-dive-destinations

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Diving in Roatan.

July 8, 2014

If you are looking for a great place to dive then you need to see Roatan. This reef has everthing you want an need. The Island is small but very nice.

COME TO THE COOL BREEZES THIS SUMMER . . . OF ROATAN . . . THAT TROPICAL JEWEL ISLAND IN THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN. Still some Super Special Resort Savers left for this Summer and Fall 2014. Checkout some of the fine resorts here at Roatan Travel Guide. ‪#‎CaribbeanTravel‬‪#‎Roatan2014‬‪#‎Roatan‬ ‪#‎Diving

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Dive the aquarium at Disney World.

August 9, 2012

Divers update from DEEP SIX Divers.

The water is clear off the beach in Vero today, after a long several days of
murkiness. A couple divers reported top-to-bottom conditions. The viz should
last through Friday, and then it becomes a little iffy for the weekend with the
possible approach of more tropical blobs.

If catching lobsters isn’t your
bag, how about joining us for another Epcot trip? Dive the aquarium at Disney
World on Tuesday, August 14. Only $140. Includes dive, all dive gear, backstage
tour and souvenir bag. Meet at 6 PM, starts at 6:30pm through 9:30pm, including
the backstage tour, gearing up, preparation, orientation and the dive. The
Living Seas Aquarium is filled with 5.7 million gallons of salt water and is
200ft in diameter with a depth of 27ft. The Aquarium holds 2000-3000
inhabitants. All proceeds from Epcot Dive Quest are donated to the Disney
Wildlife Conservation fund. Sign up at Deep Six Dive & Watersports in Vero
Beach or call Kaleigh for more details, 772-562-2883

Stay wet and stay
safe,

Deep Six Watersports staff

Stuart: 772-692-2747
Vero:
772-562-2883

Marathon’s natural environment has activities for everyone, of any age, interest or nationality.

March 17, 2012
A few hours away by car is Key Marathon. A great get away in the keys.
 
Undeniably, Marathon’s natural environment has activities for everyone, of any age, interest or nationality. Spectacular sailing, fishing, diving, snorkeling and SNUBA appeal to families, as do the island’s impeccably maintained Sombrero Beach, and a host of eco-attractions and marine-based environmental programs such as dolphin and turtle encounters.

At Marathon’s Crane Point, visitors can hike through a wondrously preserved tropical hardwood grove and visit the home of an early 20th Century settler family. Visitors to Pigeon Key venture back in time to a tiny island that played a tremendous role in the Florida Keys of today.

Sombrero Reef, a federally protected section of the United States’ only living coral barrier reef, lies just a few miles offshore. Beyond it are the deep blue waters of the Florida Straits, which host world-class wreck diving on artificial reefs.

To an angler’s delight, the waters offshore teem with billfish and tuna in the winter and dolphin fish in the summer. On the north side of the island lie the calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Bay and the Keys backcountry.

Many of the island’s marine activities are situated nearby Boot Key Harbor, a peaceful tropical cove in the center of the island. The harbor is famous for its sunset views and is home to the City Marina, which administers a 226-ball mooring field and a large anchoring area.

To an angler’s delight, the waters offshore teem with billfish and tuna in the winter and dolphin fish in the summer. On the north side of the island lie the calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Florida Bay and the Keys backcountry.

Many of the island’s marine activities are situated nearby Boot Key Harbor, a peaceful tropical cove in the center of the island. The harbor is famous for its sunset views and is home to the City Marina, which administers a 226-ball mooring field and a large anchoring area.

Food aficionados can enjoy fresh local fish prepared simply or gourmet style, and many of these restaurants are located right on the water. Perhaps best of all, visitors need not scrimp when it comes to selecting accommodations. They can choose among private homes, condominiums, small motels and tropical resorts.