Greg The Divemaster will be attending the Boot show in Dusseldorf Germany and producing 1-25-20 edition of ScubaRadio from the show floor. Boot is considered the largest watersports show in the world. This will also be the first ScubaRadio broadcast from a show like this outside the United States! Listen to the 1-25-20 edition of ScubaRadio for the play-by-play and know it will be quite the event!…or an international incident! 😉
As mentioned on the 1-11-20 edition of ScubaRadio. Have a great time, support a great cause and get all the details at OneLoveBahamas.org!
Click here now and get Leaving Cayman from Eric Douglas! As mentioned on the 1-4-20 edition of ScubaRadio!
Here's a video from our ScubaRadio ScubaCruise with Explorer Ventures from October 2019. It was epic and even inspired a song. Turn it up and know we apologize in advance.
Dive deeper into our adventure by listening to the ScubaRadio broadcast from the deck of Explorer Ventures' Grand Sea Explorer!
October 26, 2019 Hour 1
October 26, 2019 Hour 2
The Diving Community Champion Award recognizes DEMA Member companies using diving to benefit their communities and the public.
There are three judging criteria for all entries:
- Showcasing Recreational Diving
- Realizing Objectives and Outcomes
Reach of the Activity, Project or Program
- Is the project or program local, national or international in scope (all qualify)?
- How many were impacted by the nominated activity?
- How did the activity or project positively impact the DEMA Member business’ communities or society?
All sizes and scopes of projects and activities are eligible for consideration, but the program should command appropriate resources to have the greatest possible reach. The size of the DEMA Member is considered.
Positively Showcasing Recreational Diving to the General Public
- Does the program or project utilize recreational diving to demonstrate diving’s significant contribution to the general public?
- Does the activity or project benefit recreational diving or depict diving in a positive light?
Realizing Objectives and Outcomes
Award-winning entries generate results that achieve the company’s defined and measurable objectives. Results should demonstrate how the program or project made a difference to the general public using recreational diving as a catalyst.
Pure Grenada Dive Fest – 2019 Schedule
28th September 2019 – Beginners Diving Day
29th September 2019 – Launch Party in Carriacou
30th September 2019 – Isle of Reefs Diving Day
1st October 2019 – Environmental Diving Day
2nd October 2019 – Lay Day / Fun Diving
3rd October 2019 – Wreck Diving Day
4th October 2019 – Invasive Lionfish Awareness Diving Day & Closing Ceremony with lionfish dinner
Greg the Divemaster and friends embark on a special itinerary aboard the Caribbean Explorer II June 1-8. ScubaRadio's Jerry The Diver Guy and Jerry Beaty from Dive Training magazine are just a couple passengers joining in on this special event. ScubaRadio will also originate from the deck of the boat that week!
The itinerary aboard the Caribbean Explorer II (CX2) in the Northeastern Caribbean always delights; the variety of dive sites, mountainous vistas and island cultures are truly unique. The CX2 also recently completed a major interior update and re-beautification! In early June, the Caribbean Explorer II will add to the excitement – a detour south, further down the island chain, with seldom-dived sites at both Redonda and Montserrat!
Starting from St. Kitts, we’ll travel south to uninhabited Redonda, named by Columbus in 1493 on his second expedition and located 24 nautical miles south of St. Kitts, is home to vast numbers of sea birds, including the uncommon red-footed booby. Little remains of the guano mining operations which began in the 1860’s and ceased a century ago. The remnant of an extinct volcano, Redonda seems also to be a marine nursery – juveniles of many species can be found, as well as abundant turtles and flying gurnards. Previous visits here have also discovered shallow areas full of anchors from centuries past – always an eerie sight!
Montserrat, just 12 nautical miles farther south, is a sleepy island devoid of large resorts, casinos, and throngs of tourists. Known as the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean, a major cultural contribution came from the Irish, who began settling the island in the early 1600’s – St. Patrick’s Day is still a public holiday. Montserrat is perhaps best known for the eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano, which ceased to be dormant on 18 July 1995 and, over the next 5 years, demolished the southern half of the island and forced 2/3 of the island’s population to flee. The 1,200 inhabitants remaining as of 1997 have grown to about 5,000, but an exclusion zone covers the southern half of the island and the includes the site of Plymouth, formerly the capital city. The volcano has been largely slumbering for the past 9 years, but with luck we’ll be able to visit the Soufriere Hills Volcano Observatory.
The waters surrounding Montserrat team with more flying gurnards than we’ve seen anywhere else. We’ll visit sites such as Orville’s Reef, Rendezvous, Northwest Bluff, Sea Studio and the Batcave to give an interesting underwater perspective on this unique island. Amongst other reef inhabitants, expect to see leopard flatworms, seahorses, blennies, filefish and solitary anemones in these waters.
Spending a few days exploring these unique destinations, we’ll wind our way back North to magical reefs and pinnacles of the Saba Marine Park, before ending the trip in St. Maarten.
Call Explorer Ventures today for more information and to book your spot today: US 1.800.322.3577, +1.307.235.0683