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Posted on: February 24, 2017

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by Brandi Mueller

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Diving Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean and has one of the largest coastlines in the Caribbean. What does that mean for divers? It’s easy to get to, has plenty of places to stay, and has enough diving to require multiple trips to see it all.


Posted on: June 24, 2016

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by Sandra Awad

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6 Dive Sites To Add To Your Scuba Bucket List

Scuba diving (as a New Year’s Resolution) coalesces the most common resolutions made each year. But even divers have their own NY resolutions; they can get bored, especially if they’ve been diving the same spots over and over again. A new year calls for adding some new and unique destinations onto your scuba bucket list.


Posted on: December 7, 2013

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by Brandi Mueller

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Humpbacks of the Silver Bank

Nothing compares to being in the water with a 40 foot humpback whale. These beautiful and graceful animals are nothing short of amazing. The Silver Bank is a winter gathering place for humpbacks and more recently, snorkelers, who come to go eye to eye with one of the largest animals on earth.