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Had contact with Lionfish? We can help.

Had contact with Lionfish? We can help.

Scuba divers should hold a no touch rule when diving in any waters. We have been teaching thousands of divers this rule for over 15 years and helped divers with buoyancy issues so they did not come in contact with the sandy bottom, the coral reef or fish. It happens, a diver loses a bit […]

There is no BP oil in the Mexican Carribean or on the shores of mexico at all

There is no BP oil in the Mexican Carribean or on the shores of mexico at all

As instructors, we love to teach, and that can go beyond scuba diving.  As business owners in mexico, we feel we have a responsibility to teach others about what we have learned while working here, the culture, the environment, day to day stuff. For the last few weeks we have had some emails from people […]

Fish Fridays from the Riviera Maya-Four Eyed Butterfly Fish

Fish Fridays from the Riviera Maya-Four Eyed Butterfly Fish

Common Name: Foureye Butterfly fish Latin Name: Chaetodon Capistratus Location: Caribbean, Florida, Bahamas also Gulf of Mexico, Bermuda and Brazil Distinct Features and Information: Four-eyed Butterfly fish are deep-bodied and laterally compressed, with a single dorsal fin and a small mouth with tiny, bristle like teeth. The body is light grey, sometimes with a yellowish hue, […]

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What is the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor in the Riviera Maya?

What is the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor in the Riviera Maya?

‘Cause we all want to know. A biological corridor was defined in the 1980′s by Florida Scientists to encourage the continuation of eco support through large bodies of land.  What was discovered was the following.  When you disenfranchise pieces of property through new land development, or separation through large fences or buildings, you actually are […]

Mission Blue with Sylvia Earle

Mission Blue with Sylvia Earle

The video on this top says it all.  Sylvia Earle is an incredible woman who has dove the depths of the world and continues to educate others about the value of our blue waters. Watch the video and just listen.  I dont think there is any more to say. Watch Video