Congratulations to Nora and Johannes, of Team Happy Vikings, for successful completion of GUE Cave 1 in North Florida. This team of Norwegians had amazing weather, great conditions, a very productive class, and a full immersion in North Florida culture! … Continue reading →
In Florida, March means spring and one of the best seasons for cave diving. Book your 2018 Spring cave class or cave trip today! Both private and group bookings are available. The leaves are starting. The flowers are out. The … Continue reading →
Over the Devil’s Ear entrance to Devil’s Cave System at Ginnie Springs, a very special effect occurs where the clear spring water from the cave meets and mixes with the tannic river water of the Santa Fe. Combine the correct … Continue reading →
Yesterday, we enjoyed a lovely swim back to the Insulation Room in Devil’s Cave System at Ginnie Springs, in North Florida. Somehow the Insulation Room is just that much prettier when you put in the work to get there “on … Continue reading →
Great day of diving yesterday in Devil’s Eye at Ginnie Springs with Annika who is visiting from Norway. Here’s a screen grab from some causal video I shot. I LOVE this clay bank. Let Wet Rocks Diving show you a … Continue reading →
Wet Rocks Diving is now offering GUE Cave Diver Level 1 instruction with Meredith Tanguay, in either Florida or Mexico. Mer is based in both North Florida and Hawaii; she often travels to teach. To find out more about GUE’s … Continue reading →
Jeff and Vince, of Team Squirrel Tamer, successfully completed GUE’s Cave 1 course in North Florida over the weekend. Man, did these guys have a blast in the flow! 6 days, 16.5 hours underwater, 9 cavern, and 12 cave dives … Continue reading →
After those long days in the office, you just need the right dive. No scooters, no stages, no cameras; just grab the backgas, a small bottle of 02, the reel, and go. Nothing epic, no new line, but taking the … Continue reading →
Conditions have been great in Florida recently! Check out this video and get a glimpse at some of what Florida cave diving has to offer. Indian Springs, a Florida gem, is featured in both the opening and closing sequences. Mer … Continue reading →
REVISITED: 27 JUNE 2013. Dive in the Devil’s System with Danny to visit the Insulation Room. So named because the bacteria layer on the flow, when disturbed by the slightest current, lifts off the floor and floats around, looking just … Continue reading →
Got a chance to dry cave and cave dive in the same day. Michael Poucher, one of the main surveyors for the Peacock Springs map current posted at the park, held a cave survey workshop this past weekend, in conjunction … Continue reading →
Just completed at great 5 day tour, guiding Michael in our lovely North Florida caves. Great stats: 5 systems 7 different gold lines 13 dives 13h45min bottom time Here’s an sample of the caves we visited: Safe travels home Michael.
A few quick pics from today’s dives at Ginnie Springs, in Devil’s Ear. The mix of tannic river water and clear cave water, plus great late morning sun angle was just perfect for photo opportunities. Michael got some great pics … Continue reading →
Teaser from today’s dives at Ginnie Springs. Tarp is down since my last dive here 3 days ago and the mix of clear spring water and tannic river water is just right for some pretty colors over Devil’s Ear!
REVISITED: 24 AUGUST 2013. When the summer-warmed dark, tannin-stained waters of the Santa Fe River meet the cool, clear spring waters emanating from Devil’s Ear, this interesting visual affect happens. Watch this short video where it appears as though the … Continue reading →
Yesterday morning we got in a great dive to the Ice Room. Check out a short video taken on the way to the Ice Room, followed by a short video of scootering home up the cool, clear blue wateres of … Continue reading →