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Captains log, Reliance. 

So I typically comment about how amazing the conditions are on north shore... 
But today, WOW! 
We were diving on lake Caribbean. I mean flat calm seas, we're talking flatter than a mill pond. Viz through the roof! I mean divers thought they could see St Thomas underwater! 
Divers checked out an incredible myriad of marine life at salt river, and long reef. The highlights were the nurse sharks (sting rays with dorsal fins) and the always present Caribbean Reef Sharks (eatious continuous). Turtles, Rock beauties, Queen Trigger fish, banded coral shrimp and spotted drum also were present.

Captain's Log 5/5/17 By Captain John Gillette

What a great way to end the work week, A morning 2 tank dive trip.  Our first dive, off Judith's Fancy, our divers ran across the usual Queen Trigger fish, Smooth Nosed Trunkfish, Spotted Drum, Barracuda, and not one, but two Manta Rays!  Then off […]

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Captain's Log 5/3/17 By Captain Matt Weicker

Afternoon north shore trip 5/3/17-We went out to turquoise bay for our first great dive this afternoon. There were certified divers and brand new divers all out exploring! They saw turtles, spotted mooray, red lip blennies and all sorts of amazing creatures.For dive 2 we […]

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Captains log, Northshore Saturday 29 April  With conditions more conducive to the Pacific Northwest than the sunny Caribbean, Reliance headed out under a threatening sky and bumpy seas for a pair of dives on Long Reef.  At Blue Chute, divers came across 5 Reef Sharks […]

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Captain's Log 04/28/17 By Captain Et Baier

Captains log for Friday, April 28 April showers may bring may flowers but they also don't deter divers!  North shore on Friday morning started off just beautiful but became a bit more sporty as we neared our first dive site of Knobs and Knolls.  The […]

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Captain's Log 04/26/17 By Captain John Gillette

Captains log, Hump Day, April 26.  The Southeast winds continued today setting up some good dive conditions on the north shore.  Dives on Knobby Knoll and Long Reef gave divers a wide range of marine life, including Porcupine fish, schools of Creole Wrasse, Schoolmasters, and […]

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