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Overview of Scuba Diving in Key Largo

Saltwater diving off the Florida Keys near Key Largo is the most easily accessible and popular diving in the United States. Florida's coasts offers a salty taste of the warm, clear turquoise waters ...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Florida Keys

The Florida Keys stretch south-southwest from the tip of Florida. Offshore following along the Florida Keys is the Florida Reef, the third largest coral barrier reef in the world (after the Great B...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Southern California Coast

The Los Angeles County area in southern California is famous for upscale neighborhoods near Beverley Hills or for the bright lights and big egos associated with Hollywood. Knowing divers, most would n...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii was the last of the 50 United States to be added in 1959. The 1,500 mile archipelago is composed of many islands, the eight primary islands of Hawaii from north to south are: Niihau, Kauai, Oah...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay is a large estuary and natural harbor on the western coast of Florida. The Bay opens up into the beautiful warm, calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The northern and southern shores outside t...


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Overview of Scuba Diving in Northern California Coast

The San Francisco Bay makes up the heart of northern California as far as population, culture and transportation. The Bay itself is not suitable or popular for diving, the deep underwater canyon under...


Posted on: March 29, 2019

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by Brandi Mueller

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Blue Heron Bridge

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


Posted on: March 22, 2019

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by Jørgen Birkhaug

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Cave Diving in Florida

Florida is one of the world’s premier destinations for cave diving and Devil’s Eye cave system should be on any cave divers list of places to dive when visiting the region.


Posted on: January 11, 2019

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by Brandi Mueller

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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: July 6, 2018

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by Brandi Mueller

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Kona's Manta Ray Night Dive

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: June 15, 2018

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by Heather

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USA Diving

Scuba diving in the United States offers prime diving sites off its southern and west coast as well as inland. World class saltwater scuba diving sites in the United States are primarily in Florida, California and Hawaii.


Posted on: December 27, 2017

by Rob Haff

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Fighting for the reefs in Key Largo, and everywhere!

In recent history, coral reefs have been faced with large scale bleaching due to warmer water temperatures and ocean acidification. In Chasing Coral you are shown a rapid bleaching event, but it doesn’t always happen that quickly. Here at Sea Dwellers Dive Center in the Keys, we have faced a few bleaching events and the reefs are not thriving as they once were even five years ago.Here is what each of us can do to help fight Global warming on a personal level.


Posted on: November 28, 2017

by Rob Haff

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Jacques Cousteau - The Father of Scuba diving

Many younger scuba divers today are not aware, but in 1942, Cousteau invented an underwater demand valve system that could supply divers with air when they breathed. This demand regulator was called “Aqua-Lung”, (same as the scuba equipment manufacturer today), and it eventually opened the door to scuba diving for everyone.


Posted on: September 29, 2017

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by Heather

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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: July 11, 2017

by Rob Haff

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Advancing your Scuba Diving Education

Continuing your education is a great tool to see something new or different if you’re starting to feel like you need something new!


Posted on: May 10, 2016

by John Martin

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Top 7 Things to Do in Miami

“The Gateway to the Americas”, cheap flights to Miami make every visitor have the time of life. And it’s not hard to see why.