Scuba Diving

Bonaire


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Belize


In addition to seeing all the beautiful fish and coral, we also had the opportunity to dive through a wreck and caverns.

That's me in the top right picture, being pushed through the wreck.
Our guide put chum on the deck of the sunken wreck. That brought sharks close enough to touch. I don't recommend it though.
Never touch wild animals. You may be doing them harm even though you can't see it immediately.
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Belize


In addition to seeing all the beautiful fish and coral, we also had the opportunity to dive through a wreck and caverns.

That's me in the top right picture, being pushed through the wreck.
Our guide put chum on the deck of the sunken wreck. That brought sharks close enough to touch. I don't recommend it though.
Never touch wild animals. You may be doing them harm even though you can't see it immediately.
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Roatan


June 2-10, 2001

Roatan


June 2-10, 2001

Cayman Brac


Cayman Brac


Cayman Brac 2

Underwatr


June 2003

I believe that's Jill and Sherrie posing with a dolphin statue. No trouble getting close up pictures of Cayman Brac dolphins and stingrays these days thanks to the work of sculptor Dale Evers. In January a bronze sculpture of two dolphins and four stingrays was set on the bottom of the sea just off the coast of Cayman Brac. The statue weighing 3500 lbs. was created by sculptor and diver Dale Evers as a joint effort by Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, Oceanic and the Sister Islands District Administration. The statue was sunk at a shallow dive site called Radar Reef on the north shore of the island. Sitting at 45 feet on a sandy bottom, the dolphins and stingrays are surrounded by spurs of colourful coral.

The following pictures were taken by Kiran.

Cayman Brac 2

Underwatr


June 2003

I believe that's Jill and Sherrie posing with a dolphin statue. No trouble getting close up pictures of Cayman Brac dolphins and stingrays these days thanks to the work of sculptor Dale Evers. In January a bronze sculpture of two dolphins and four stingrays was set on the bottom of the sea just off the coast of Cayman Brac. The statue weighing 3500 lbs. was created by sculptor and diver Dale Evers as a joint effort by Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, Oceanic and the Sister Islands District Administration. The statue was sunk at a shallow dive site called Radar Reef on the north shore of the island. Sitting at 45 feet on a sandy bottom, the dolphins and stingrays are surrounded by spurs of colourful coral.

The following pictures were taken by Kiran.