The Scuba School will be hosting the first annual Project Aware underwater Lake Clean up. Please come and join us and help keep our dive environment clean and beutiful. We will provide Hot Dogs starting at 11:00 am Saturday July 23. We will brief between 11:30 and 12:00 and start our dive trash pickup immediately after the briefing.
Beach clean up associated with yearly family camping event. The Beasley camping event happens every July at Leo Carillo State Beach. This year we will have one full day to make an impact on cleaning up the beach we love so much. Every person big and small is encouraged to collect as much trash as they see and remove the possibility of it entering the ocean and harming unsuspected sea life. Prizes will be provided for those who collect the most trash.
Bluff Island, the dive site, locally known as Ung Kong Wan, is a shallow sandy bay and is popular with local divers as well as pleasure boats. The east side of the bay features an excellent fringing coral reef with a wide variety of hard coral species and associated marine life and is a protected no-anchor zone.
Divers removing garbage from the sea, while an installation artist is compiling a work of art out of the debris. Environmental specialists are spreading information about the conditions of the Baltic Sea.
Make your next vacation look (and do) good for sea turtles and the environment by joining one of our new 2016 SWIM destination eco tour programs! The Serving the World’s Imperiled Marine life (SWIM) program gives you the opportunity to experience hands on sea turtle research, rehabilitation, and conservation efforts while experiencing a unique vacation to some of the world’s most unique marine ecosystems.