The seahorse is an interesting creature; while he looks very unlike our traditional image of one, he is indeed a fish. A fish that eats constantly, having no real stomach seahoreses are almost always consuming plankton, even when they look like they’re not. Perhaps one of the more interesting facts about seahorse is that while the female seahorse produces them, seahorse eggs are held inside the male’s... Read More

The Indian Ocean Walkman (Inimicus didactylus) also sometimes referred to as a Demon Stinger or Devil Stinger is a strange little fish, similar to the scorpion and stone fishes. He is well camouflaged, typically lying partially buried on the sea floor or on a coral head, covering himself with sand and other debris to further hide himself. The Indian Ocean Walkman has a sharp venomous spine yet no known... Read More

Big congratulations to Ben Nicols for finishing 7 weeks of Dive Master training. Ben was a great addition to our team and a master of the spinning scrabble board! While our new Dive Master Trainee, Tom is doing his best to beat Ben’s high scrabble scores and infections laughs we still miss him dearly! We wish Ben good luck in his next adventure… hopefully he’ll see some sharks in... Read More

Buoyancy  As a diver one of the most important things that you can master is your buoyancy. Having good buoyancy makes your dive more enjoyable, reduces your air consumption and makes you less likely to damage your surroundings. Good buoyancy is something that is achieved through time and experience but also by practicing certain simple skills and by understanding what affects your ability to control... Read More

The PADI Rescue Diver course is one of the more popular and often a diver’s favorite course, not to mention it is a valuable asset to anyone spending a little time under the sea. Despite your intentions as a diver, if you are the once-a-year diver or the everyday plunger, a rescue course is always a good idea. During the rescue course you will learn more in-depth rescue procedures, practicing... Read More