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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.

Captains log Scuba Dos2 wonderful dives out west today. First dive at Alien Nation with a large hawksbill turtle a big green moray eel and some spotted drum fish. Second dive at the Pier with some sea horse at the sea horse haven, sting rays […]

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Captain's Log 071217 By Captain Ryan Banks

Dolphins! The first dive of the day at Little Cozumel had dolphins right away. Hung around came really close and gave the divers a show for 3/4 of the dive. Also had sharks, turtles, eels and sting rays.  Second dive at Twin Anchors was just as […]

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Captain's Log 071017 By Captain John Gillette

Man, the last couple of days one would think the island turned 90 degrees as North Shore has been as smooth as the west end! Along with the calm conditions comes amazing viz.  Dives on Long Reef and the Walls produced Eagle Rays, Turtles, Schools of […]

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Captain's Log 070917 By Captain Et Baier

After a week of not so favorable conditions in Butler Bay, the current settled down and these fantastic people got 'wrecked'....not once but twice! We stared at the deep wrecks under beautiful conditions; no current and lovely visibility. (The deep wreck dive includes the "Rosa […]

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What a great day for sea life!Our dive sites today were The Shallow Wrecks of Butler Bay and Spratt Hall. Started off with a turtle right as divers descended into the Suffolk maid. Divers also saw a number of sting rays, barracudas and some burr […]

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