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Southern Bonaire Dive Sites

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Southern Bonaire Dive Sites

The primary reason why most dive guides list all of the sites south of Sweet Dreams as advanced: current. We have been lucky enough to have done all of the the far southern dive sites. We have discovered that looks can be VERY deceptive at these sites. A little surge at the surface may make entry possible, but the real problem lies beneath the waves. Always be prepared for strong currents once you drop along the reef. We have done these sites with little or no current, a current that changed directions during our dive, and a steady gale that...

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Why Bonaire?

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Why Bonaire?

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Expect the Unexpected

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Expect the Unexpected

The first time our daughter, Alyssa, went scuba diving with us in the open ocean was quite memorable. At fifteen she had done fresh water dives, plus we had snorkeled together several times, but she was a little intimidated by the vastness of life under the sea. We chose a spot in the Abaco Islands  in the Bahamas where the water was clear and shallow. Our dive was on a reef that brushed the water’s surface, extending down to only about thirty feet at the deepest point. There was a nice sandy bottom without sudden drop offs. It was the...

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Small Group Size= More Time With the Little Creatures

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Small Group Size= More Time With the Little Creatures

Sometimes it’s the tiniest things that make a dive perfect. Gary and I love small group diving for that very reason. There are times when you really want to just be still and study the minute life that exists within the massive hydrosphere of the ocean. Diving with 2-6 people gives you the luxury to do just that. We shore dive or boat dive alone wherever we can, but in unfamiliar waters that can be intimidating. Guided private dives are the answer in those cases. You’ll often find that as an option in destinations with abundant...

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How to Convince Your Wife to Dive

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How to Convince Your Wife to Dive

Your marriage could depend on it. Let’s face it, you want to dive; you need to dive. But perhaps there’s someone in your life that isn’t quite convinced. Perhaps you’re married to that person. You are left with the options of diving less, diving alone, or convincing someone else to learn to dive. I’m not an expert, but I am working on my fourth decade of a happy marriage. One of the things we attribute our happiness to is enjoying the same activities. It greatly expands the topics of daily conversation, makes...

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