We are organsing a Dive Against Debris Specialty day to coincide with the inernational coastal clean up day. We will be doing 2 dives on Grand Anse Beach. We are also running Lionfish Eradicator coursrs that day to help with the invasive lionfish problem that we have here in Grenada. Non divers are welcome to join in with a beach clean up that is happening on the same day. Then we will all get together for a Lionfish BBQ.
M/V Caribbean Pearl II - Utila, Bay Islands of Honduras
16° 6' 0" N, 86° 55' 59.988" W
5 PADI SPECIALTIES IN 1 TRIP - LED BY AMY LESH (PADI MSDT #285049)
The PADI Master Scuba Diver rating is the highest nonprofessional rating in the PADI system; it is a diver classification that denotes superior achievement. To attain this rating, a diver must be a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver and PADI Rescue Diver (or hold qualifying certifications from another organization) with proof of 50 logged dives, and must hold certifications in any five PADI Specialty Courses.
Our Dive Club will Dive Against Debris at Tenggol on 25 September 2015, as part of our commitment to cleaner and healthier oceans and marine life. We will survey the sites and remove debris (e.g. plastic bottles, discarded fishing lines and nets, plastic bags), as well as identify and document everything we collect, as part of the global effort to reduce the amount and impact of waste in our oceans.
Join us for a fun Day of diving in support of project aware at a mystery location. This event will start at Divesource with each buddy team being given clues to a mystery dive site. At the site we will complete an underwater clean up and survey as well as a bbq above water. See you all there. Tickets avaiable at divesourse, durham divers and dive zone
This year we organize a Dive Against Debris in the Watersportbaan in Ghent on the 11th of October. There will be a lot of work because people throw a lot of things in this water. More informations will be available soon
Lørdag 17. oktober blir Project Aware Smedasund 2015 iverksatt i havnebassenget i Haugesund sentrum for fjerde året på rad. 53 dykkere deltok i ryddedugnaden2014 og fikk på de to timene dykket varte brakt opp 3000 kg eller ca 20 m3 skrot og avfall. Dette klarte vi til tross for dårlige forhold som regn og vind, samt mye strøm og dårlig sikt under vannflaten.
I år var det fokus på rydding av all søppel på bunn .søppelet blir deretter lempet i store containere for avfallstransport.