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.
If you love the ocean, make a magical splash and join the Project AWARE Disneyland Half Marathon Team. Join together with runners that are raising funds and awareness to protect vulnerable shark and ray species and support a trash free ocean.
Unsightly, dangerous and destructive. You understand the devastating impact trash has on our ocean and you know the role scuba divers play to prevent, remove and report debris found underwater. Let's join together to dive to clean our lake! Dives Saturday September 17th @ 9am at the Coral Sea!
Far too many animals die in ghost fishing gear and other discarded trash at our local jetties and it is time to not only clean up, but document the problem. Join me for the second annual Transformation Scuba- Project Aware Dive Against Debris Survey at the Port Aransas Jetties.