Magical ScubaRadio ScubaCruise with Explorer Ventures August 12-19 2023!

Disappear from the real world and join ScubaRadio and Explorer Ventures for a magical week on the Turks & Caicos Explorer II liveaboard August 12-19 2023. Watch or even participate in the ScubaRadio broadcast and video we produce onboard that week to preserve our diving memories for years to come…or at least the ones we're willing to share. 😉

Mermaid Kristin

We will also have ScubaRadio mermaids and for the first time ever, a Scuba Magician! Prepare to be amazed by Scott Tokar and possibly pick up some tricks of your own to delight the dive buddies you left back home! This is all on top of the amazing diving and exceptional service you always get with Explorer Ventures on the Turks & Caicos Explorer II liveaboard vessel. Space is limited, so book today by calling 1-800-322-3577.


Do divers have a holiday character created just for them?

Scouring the internet one can find some truly unique things. The Easter Eel is a real!

With a little help from ChatGPT, here's what we know about the legend of the Easter Eel:

Once upon a time, deep beneath the ocean's surface, there lived a green moray eel named Edward. Edward was no ordinary eel; he had a special gift of delivering Easter treats to good diver boys and girls all around the world.

One day, the Easter Bunny was feeling overwhelmed with the number of deliveries he needed to make. Edward noticed the bunny's distress and offered to help him deliver the treats. The Easter Bunny was initially hesitant, as he had never heard of an Easter Eel before, but he decided to give Edward a chance.

Edward quickly proved to be a valuable addition to the team. With his slender body and impressive swimming skills, he was able to navigate even the trickiest of pipes and plumbing systems. He slipped through the smallest cracks and crevices, leaving Easter treats in his wake.

But Edward's work wasn't just about rewarding good divers; he also had a duty to punish those who had misbehaved. That's why it was crucial for good divers to leave the toilet seat up. It was a sign that they had been good and deserved their Easter treats. On the other hand, if the toilet seat was down, it was a sign that they had been bad, and Edward would take vengeance upon them.

Edward was a fierce creature, and bad divers would tremble at the thought of his wrath. He would bite and possibly even devour those who had been naughty, making sure they learned their lesson for next year.

Over time, Edward became just as beloved as the Easter Bunny himself. Children all over the world would eagerly await his arrival, leaving the toilet seat up and eagerly anticipating their Easter treats. And every year, Edward would faithfully deliver those treats, rewarding good divers and punishing those who had misbehaved.

And so, the legend of Edward, the Easter Eel, was born. To this day, his story lives on, reminding divers everywhere to be on their best behavior if they want to avoid the wrath of this fearsome but fair creature.


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