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We had the biggest turn out ever for a Dive Against Debris on Saturday 27th September with 34 Divers helping out. We had to take out two boats to Palace Wall and all the divers spread out to cover as much of the area as possible. A big thanks to Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas for supplying the boats, gear and crew including captains Carl & Dexter and Instructors Terri, Gigi, Katie and Charlotte.
As part of our commitment to a clean environment and Project Awares September 'Dive Against Debris' month, we took a team of our Divemasters in training, Divemasters and Instructors to a local beach area on Utila on Monday 29th September for a clean up.
The pier has a small current but we managed to get out early and have a great event. We had over 65 participants, 41 divers, 9 kayakers, St Pete Fire Department Divers (with van and boat), and almost 20 cleanup and data collector volunteers.