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Tail Race

United States

Pierre, SD 57501

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...hat rise from the seafloor offer an underwater jungle where sea lions, schools of anchovies and sharks make their home. The Channel Islands off the pretty city of Santa Barbara offers some of the best kelp forest diving in the Pacific. Heading north up California's coast you find the surfing and diving mecca of Monterey. The Monterey Bay Aquarium is arguably the most famous marine aquarium and marine conservation center in the United States. The entire town seems to hold an appreciation for marine preservation and underway exploration. Hawaii is the remote Pacific beauty of the Unites States,...

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Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in United States

... off the pretty city of Santa Barbara offers some of the best kelp forest diving in the Pacific. Heading north up California's coast you find the surfing and diving mecca of Monterey. The Monterey Bay Aquarium is arguably the most famous marine aquarium and marine conservation center in the United S...


Posted on: March 31, 2014

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Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in United States

...s and quarries scattered throughout the inland continental United States. There are many different kinds of dive sites off southern Florida from wreck dives like the USS Vandenberg six miles off Key West to casual, shallow shore dives. Snorkeling and shore dives are easily accessible from U.S. Rout...


Posted on: March 31, 2014

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

...in southern California is historically where diving was born in the United States. In 1948, the first Aqua-Lungs were sold in Westwood, California in the L.A. area by Rene Bussoz, a relative of Jacques Cousteau and the frenzy of diving began to spread throughout southern California. The Eco Dive Cen...


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Nightly, off the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, divers congregate and light up a stage set for manta rays. Coming in to feed on the plankton gathered by the lights, 8-12ft mantas do a beautiful ballet-like dance for as long as the divers and their lights will stay.


Posted on: November 27, 2014

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DEMA 2014 Top 5 Highlights

This past week was the 2014 DEMA (Dive Equipment and Marketing Association) yearly gathering in Las Vegas. The trade-only event for dive professionals is a four day extravaganza of all things diving. Here are 5 highlights of the event for me.


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: December 20, 2013

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Blue Heron Bridge

North America's muck diving. The weird and wonderful, under Florida's Blue Heron Bridge.


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Ni'ihau - The Forbbiden Island

Northwest of Kauai, the tiny island of Ni'ihau and its neighbor, Lehua Rock, have some of Hawaii's best diving. Known as the Forbidden Island, divers will find sheer drop-offs, healthy corals, the chance to see pelagic and maybe a glimpse of the elusive and endangered Hawaiian monk seal.


Posted on: October 4, 2013

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Pelagic Magic - Hawaii's Black Water Night Dive

Off the coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, one of the largest migrations on Earth occurs each night. Deep sea plankton move to the surface to feed. Drifting in the open ocean at night, divers can see many jelly-like creatures, deep water fish, larval stages of species, and sometimes bigger visitors.


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!


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