Roatan Dive Trip

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Join us for a Saturday-to-Saturday charter – diving Roatan and Utila’s BEST sites!

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Roatan Aggressor: 120 feet long, 9 Cabins, 18 Passengers and 6 Crew

Guests aboard the ROATAN AGGRESSOR™ will experience the best diving in the Bay Islands of Honduras which is both easy and exciting. The Bay Islands are world-renowned for their sheer walls, mystical wrecks, massive barrel sponges and captivating macro critters. These waters are also home to larger marine species, such as Whale Sharks, Caribbean Reef Sharks and Bottlenose Dolphin. The region has fantastic critter diving with subjects like Electric Rays, Longsnout Seahorses, Spoon-nose Eels, Rough Box Crabs, Yellowheaded Jawfish, Sailfin Blennies and even Southern Stargazers.

Itinerary includes Roatan, Utila, Cayos Cochinos and the Sea Mount, and we will be there during one of the most frequent times for Whale Sharks around the Island of Utila!

COST: $2,495 (regularly $2,995!)

NOT INCLUDED: Airfare, Transfers, Taxes & Fees (A port/park fee of $95 USD will be collected at the end of the week.)

Contact Margo Cavis to sign up: caviscreative@gmail.com

$695 due at sign-up

– $600 due June 1st
– $600 due Sept. 1st
– $600 due Dec. 1st

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Grand Cayman Diving

On my most recent trip, my main focus was not on shooting video – it was being there for my dive buddy – a brand new diver. So, I did several dives without a camera and didn’t have my camera on the very best dive of the trip. But I still managed to get a few cool shots. My dive buddy was a fast learner and did a great job… so he did get to be filmed quite a bit. I think you will be able to see the enthusiasm of this new experience for him! What a great thing to see :)

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Kraken Solar Flare Max Video Light Review

kraken solar flareMy first impression when seeing the Kraken 10,000 lumen Solar Flare Max underwater video light was how nicely crafted they are. The light is incredibly durable with metal construction and a strong glass dome for the LED lights that spreads the light underwater. It also comes with a neoprene cover for the dome  and nice soft carrying case – similar to a camera bag. I was on a “roughing it” type live-aboard with no accommodations for camera gear. So having such large and heavy lights along was challenging. But the Solar Flare lights provided such beautiful illumination that it was worth the struggles.

Read the rest of the review here.

Read the rest of the review here.

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Bahamas Diving

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Shark Dive in the Bahamas

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