Dive Against Debris on Earth Day with Jupiter Dive Center, Sunday April 21, 20113, 1:30pm dive!! Join us on this 2-tank dive as we clean the ledges off Jupiter. Depths can be 80 feet, surface marker required, Nitrox recommended.
The cost will be $65, and includes Mesh bags, t-shirt, 2 tank dive charter (rental gear, tanks extra). Results will be reported to Project Aware and to the NOAA Marine Debris Program. Call 561-745-7807 to sign up or e-mail email@example.com for more info.
Once again it is time for all of the divers and snorkellers that visit the beautiful waters of Fiji to take part in The Great Fiji Shark Count, and Dive Wananavu is no different. Every time we hit the water throughout the month of April we will be makring down all of the shark, turtle and ray species we see (or don't, it all goes to help the scientists!).
All of the information that we collect will help towards trying to get a better idea of Fiji's shark populations so that they can be better protected.
We are looking for volunteer divers to conduct a dive cleanup around the Ballast Point Pier at Jules Verne Park, Tampa, Florida, on Saturday, October 20th, 2012, from 0830-1130. This is in support of the International Coastal Cleanup. We are doing a combined coastal cleanup and dive cleanup.
We are looking for Divers, Safety Observers, Kayaks and Canoes, and volunteers to be the marine debris data recorders.
Our yearly beach & underwater cleanup day.
As in most years, after finishing our August/September Rescue course we go along the beach and into the water and remove everything that doesn't belong there... This year the location is WTD71 - a really great spot in this bay... let's keep it this way!
SPLASH FOR TRASH DAY Come join the fun with a great day of fun diving and fantastic food while doing soemthing for the environment! This eco-friendly day is a great way to spend a hot sunday cooling off and collecting trash -underater So get yer fins and togs and get down to the SPLASH shop at 0830 for 0900 in Sai Kung and come join us on the boat diving for trash - a worthy cause. Great prizes to won.
Sam's Tours, Royal Belau Yacht Club and Planet Blue have joined together with the Pathfinders Youth Organisation to remove rubbish from the mooring harbour around Sam's Tours and the Royal Belau Yacht Club. A combination of snokellers, kayaks, divers and boats will be joining efforts to collect as much rubbish from the area as possible, which is the first in a series of clean ups we have planned in Palau this year.
All participants to meet at Sam's Tours by 10am, and working through to 2pm.
Brisbane Dive Academy is conducting an underwater cleanup in conjunction with Clean Up Australia Day. Last year we cleared out miles of fishing line and tens of kilograms of sinkers, but had to leave behind a large number of glass bottles and other debris. This year our aim is to clear out as much of the glass and other dangerous debris as we can.
For more information and costs (a minimum charge to cover air fills) contact us at the Dive Centre of 07 3890 0342.