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Heather is a recreational scuba diver from Boulder, Colorado far inland from the clear blue Caribbean where she loves to dive. Her academic background is Environmental Biology and Geology. Professionally she is a writer and blogger. She is ever passionate about the planet's oceans, its marine life and the role humanity plays in shaping this small blue world. She imagines that scuba diving is the closest thing to a spacewalk that she will experience in this lifetime.

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Posted on: June 19, 2015

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Kid-Friendly Shore Snorkeling at Grand Cayman Island

The perfect way for a kid to learn to scuba dive is to first master swimming then snorkeling. Grand Cayman Island's George Town shore offers some of the best snorkeling I have ever experienced to learn to snorkel out into calm, clear waters. The memory of the Cayman Islands from my childhood is still fresh.


Posted on: January 4, 2014

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Dangerous Sea Creatures Encountered While Scuba Diving

Keep your hands and fins to yourself! Potentially venomous creatures abound within competitive coral reef ecosystems. Most species are harmless if you leave them alone. One of the most important scuba diving rules is to simply not touch anything.


Posted on: October 10, 2013

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The Legend of Jacques Cousteau

Jacques Cousteau was an explorer of the underwater world, a pioneer underwater filmmaker and writer, ship wreck diver, co-inventor of the first commercially successful regulator, and one of the chief pioneers of marine conservation.


Posted on: July 6, 2013

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State of the Reef: Australia's Great Barrier Reef Strategy (2012-2017)

Since the mid-1970's Australia has led the way in protecting its Great Barrier Reef. By protecting the world's largest reef ecosystem Australia is influencing the rest of the world's policies and perspectives on reef and marine conservation.


Posted on: April 29, 2013

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State of the Reef: An Introduction

This is the first in the series State of the Reef. Each post focuses on conservation, science or news about the health of our world's coral reef ecosystem.


Posted on: April 17, 2013

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Diving in Belize with Whale Sharks

Whale Sharks are the largest fish in the world. Around the April, May and June full moons are the opportune times to swim with these gentle giants. The whale sharks filter feed and mate around some of the best dive sites off Belize offering an amazing experience.


Posted on: March 20, 2013

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In Defense of Sharks

Sharks are ancient creatures that have swam Earth's oceans for over 420 million years, long before any creeping creature crawled onto dry land. Many shark species are top predators vital to the health of the oceanic food chain. Fear of sharks has infected the human mind and shark populations have taken a hard hit in the last several decades. Overfishing, exploitation and ignorance are tipping the problem into a serious worldwide ecological disaster.


Posted on: March 17, 2013

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Cay Sal Bank Drift Dive

Blue Holes and extreme drift dives along the Bahamas, Cay Sal Bank south wall. A seven night adventure where I decided not to swim with the sharks after the dive masters chummed for them, but then nearly drifted to Cuba out of inexperience. I was saved by a handsome young dive master...Cay Sal Bank is amazing!


Posted on: February 21, 2014

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Barbados

... days and storms during the wet season, but there are great days for scuba diving throughout the year. The temperature does not change much with the seasons; during the dry season air temperatures average only about 3-5 degrees F cooler than the average wet season day. Another great climate factor a...


Posted on: February 21, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Barbados

...nown wreck dive is the Stavronikita, a 365-foot Greek freighter, created as an artificial reef. The freighter was sunk in about 100 feet of water within Barbados' Folkestone Marine Park. Due to the water depth maxing out at about 120 feet, diving the Stavronikita is only recommended for experienced ...


Posted on: February 21, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Barbados

...unching point for the many wreck dives out in Carlisle Bay. South of Bridgetown in Worthing is the white sand Worthing Beach. Here you will find many resorts including the dive shop Bubbles Galore. The shop is part of the Coral Sands Beach Resort . Bubbles Galore prides themselves on being an inter...


Posted on: February 21, 2014

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Belize

...clared that it was one of the top 10 scuba diving sites in the world. The average water temperatures in the waters off Belize drop only to the high 70s in the winter and get up into the mid-80s in the summer. Even on a cloudy winter day, a wet suit will more than suffice for a determined diver. Cous...


Posted on: February 21, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Belize

...ast of Belize City and only 13 miles from the Blue Hole on nearby Lighthouse Reef. There are many dive sites that ring most of the Turneffe Atoll. It is also famous for its biodiversity of healthy and protected marine life. The Giant barrel sponge grows especially large here; from rim to rim the lar...


Posted on: February 21, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Belize

...ze. Citizens from the USA, Canada, UK and Australia are examples of countries that do not need a visa. For a list of countries that require a visa research Belize's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and tourism department. There are many dive shops and dive resorts that serve the flowering industry of to...


Posted on: September 15, 2014

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Brazil

...ine and unspoiled diving throughout Brazil. Beyond diving, the huge country has a lot to offer including an amazing culture, beaches, waterfalls, rainforest, the Pantanal, and the Amazon to explore. Brazil is easy to get to with many flights arriving from around the world. Divers will likely fly ...


Posted on: September 15, 2014

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Brazil

...dibranchs the occasional whale. There is also the wreck of the Moreia sitting in 22m that was artificially sank in 1995 to attract fish. There is freshwater cave and cavern diving in Bonito and the entrance to Abismo Anhumas Cave requires the diver to be lowered into the cave by a harness (for adv...


Posted on: September 15, 2014

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Brazil

...SI training and daily boat trips around to the many sites of Fernando de Noronha. With several boats they are the best option for diving Fernando de Noronha. They also offer technical diving training and tech dives. In Ponta Negra, Caju Divers offers PADI classes and daily boat dives to site up t...


Posted on: January 19, 2016

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in British Virgin Islands

...rrency throughout the archipelago of Virgin Islands. Tourism accounts for about half of the BVI's economy. Scuba divers will have no problem finding a dive shop to suit their needs. The average temperature in the BVIs maxes out at 90 degrees F in the summer and lowers down to 69 degrees in the wint...


Posted on: January 19, 2016

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in British Virgin Islands

...rent and the descending nature of the tunnel again this is a seriously advanced dive but well worth checking out for the die-hard scuba divers. The third largest island of Virgin Gorda offers world-class resorts and is famous for its amazing chefs and restaurants as well as beaches and dive sites...


Posted on: January 19, 2016

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in British Virgin Islands

...tola, check out Virgin Islands Charter Yachts to reserve a private dive tour per excellence. For the day-trippers on Tortola, arrange to dive out of Nanny Cay, Tortola with Blue Water Divers or out of Tortola's Inner Harbour Marina in Road Town with BVI Scuba Company. Both companies offer instructio...


Posted on: February 15, 2016

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Cyprus

... Larnaca Bay. Scuba divers can explore the famous wreck of the Zenobia in Larnaca Bay and, with any luck, come across ancient stone anchors and amphoras (a container used to measure bulk or liquids in Roman times), dating back as far as 400 BC.  Also, if you are lucky, you will drift over an ancien...


Posted on: February 15, 2016

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Cyprus

...alled Cape Arnauti, is the island of Mazaki, and looking east towards the mainland is the vast Chrysochou Bay.  There is a dive site known as St Georges Island Wall, where beginners and advanced divers enjoy descending along a wall that flattens out into seabed at a depth of around 100 feet. The vi...


Posted on: February 15, 2016

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Cyprus

...tween the mainland of Turkey and the northern portion of Cyprus. Tourists are free to pass between the northern and southern buffer zones of the island, if they present proper passports and cross at designated points. Viking Divers Center out of Larnaca is one of several scuba dive shops that cater...


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