PLAY HOOKEY! It’s summer, why not. Ever wanted to ask questions about GUE training, GUE equipment setup, or Project Baseline? Well come out for a dive with Mer, see what it’s about and ask some questions in a no pressure … Continue reading →
We’re going diving in South Florida! Mer has a couple classes coming up in South Florida, we’ve set up charters for these class, and this brings the opportunity to get some friends together and join up on the charters and meet … Continue reading →
Coming this fall… Mer and Gideon are teaming up again, this time to offer a GUE Tech 1 class in South Florida, featuring graduation dives on some great wrecks off Ft Lauderdale. This class is scheduled after GUE’s 2017 Global Conference in … Continue reading →
Port Everglades Expansion Dredging — Public Meeting 22 Feb 2017: 2 & 6 pm, Ft Lauderdale, Florida Broward County Convention Center: 1950 Eisenhower Blvd., Ft Lauderdale, FL 33316 or Sign the Petition What is Port Everglades Port Everglades is a … Continue reading →
UPDATED: Check this post instead. The schedule for Wet Rocks Diving’s GUE Fundamentals offerings in FLORIDA have just been posted. 4 classes, 4 locations: High Springs (North Central FL): April 2-5, 2017 – FULL Luraville (North Central FL): April 7-10, 2017 … Continue reading →
Are you curious about GUE’s Learn-to-Dive program, called Rec 1? Here’s a testimonial from a GUE diver who encouraged his friend to learn to dive through GUE. I had the opportunity to observe and participate for part of my friend’s … Continue reading →
What is it like taking GUE’s Learn to Dive course in Florida? Check out the pictures from a class last year taught in both North & South Florida. Want to learn more about how GUE’s Learn-to-Dive program is different? Check … Continue reading →
Curious about exploring our underwater world? Do you have a friend or loved one who wants to learn to dive? Want to learn more about how GUE’s Learn-to-Dive program is different? Check this out. If you’re ready to take the … Continue reading →
Curious about exploring our underwater world? Do you have a friend or loved one who wants to learn to dive? I have a student looking for a teammate for a mid to late May class in Florida, both springs and … Continue reading →
Doing some tech diving off Pompano in South Florida this week. Visited the Lowrance today; a 420′ long freighter sunk as an artificial reef. Gideon Liew, Matt C, Rick T, AJ, Scott, and I had a great dive.
Wet Rocks Diving has students looking for teammates for GUE classes, specifically Rec 2, Rec 3, and DPV1. I’m also including Fundamentals classes happening outside FL. UPDATE: There are a couple past Wet Rocks students looking for Cave 1 and … Continue reading →
Check out this short video showing the duality of conditions documented by Project Baseline in Florida. For more about Project Baseline, check out this post, visit Project Baseline, or check out previous Project Baseline posts in this blog.
Recent research into lionfish, an invasive species to Florida reefs, has shown that they can survive in very low salinity waters. This means that rivers and estuaries could be at risk to lionfish populations, whose voracious appetites could threatening juvenile … Continue reading →
Check out Project Baseline’s Blog post for early images back from Donnie’s Protrusion off South Bimini Island, Bahamas, spanning 14 years. Check out more photos available on Project Baseline’s site as well. Miss the announcement of GUE and Project Baseline’s new … Continue reading →
Robert and Todd speak about their personal experiences with condition degradation at some Florida dive sites. Check out the video below to understand why we need to understand and document the baseline. Post by Project Baseline.
Check out this post on Project Baseline’s blog. It captures the motivation behind Project Baseline’s creation and mission. We can all contribute to increasing public awareness of real, visually-evident environmental change by getting involved with Project Baseline. Post by Project … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Kaitlin for successfully completing GUE’s Learn-to-Dive program, Recreational Diver Level 1! Although the wind/ocean didn’t co-operate with our grand plan to pool, spring, shore, and boat dive during the program, three out of four ain’t bad. We still … Continue reading →