Come and join Dive Friends Bonaire for our world famous quarterly underwater clean-up that started over 10 years ago. On Saturday, January 23, 2016 we will clean up Kerel's Pier site and hope to have the biggest turnout of volunteer divers! We will also have additional on-land support teams of the Dive Friends Bonaire crew to help divers in and out of the water and our non-diving team to sort and count the garbage collected!
Scuba instructor Virginie (Giny) Pinto, like so many other dive leaders, loves introducing her students to the thrill of scuba. Nothing makes her happier than sharing the awe and wonder of the undersea experience with new divers – seeing their joy upon taking a first underwater breath, leading them in exploring a healthy and colorful reef or a chance encounter with marine life.
Help us clean up the fishing line and lures from the Mullet Hole off of State Park Rd in Crystal River, FL. If the manatees ingest this line while foraging for various grasses, it can hurt or even kill them. It's manatee season and they'll be seeking shelter back in the warmer waters near the springs!
The Debris dive was scheduled to take place tomorrow, Sunday 24th January but due to extreme weather conditions we have to postpone it. The postponement is only for the coming days and we will be looking to complete the dives during the week or by next weekend. So for those who were unable to attend this weekend you now have a new opportunity to get involved. Contact me if you are interested and wish to sign up! email@example.com
Under the Patronage of HH Sheik Hazza Bin Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nehyan We are delighted to invite you to participate in Clean up Arabia 2015! Please register your names (including guests) for Clean up Arabia 2015 stating date and type of clean up each person is registering for.
• 20th of November – Abu Dhabi, meeting point at Mina Zayed behind the Fish Market. Diving clean up only.
Project AWARE is excited to announce its newest Dive Against Debris Hero: Tim Latimer!
Tim’s journey into scuba diving wasn’t quite like most. In fact, he never really pursued diving in the first place! When he was in high school, faculty organized a trip to the Bahamas for the students – Tim was dying to go, but there was one small catch: students would be diving on the trip, and it was a requirement for any interested attendees to learn. Though he never had much interest in the sport, Tim reluctantly signed up for a scuba diving course and ended up loving it.