Calendar

Feb
22
Sat
2020
Blue Holes of the Bahamas- Jill Heinerth @ Room 304
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Blue Holes of the Bahamas- Jill Heinerth @ Room 304

Diving deep into crystal caves, Jill Heinerth shares her experiences from National Geographic and NOVA television projects where an interdisciplinary team of biologists, climatologists, and anthropologists discover intriguing evidence of the earliest human inhabitants of the islands, found animals seen nowhere else on Earth, and recovered a remarkable record of the planet’s climate.

Pirate Women of the Caribbean- Laura Duncombe @ Room 304
Feb 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Pirate Women of the Caribbean- Laura Duncombe @ Room 304

Women pirates have been sailing alongside their male counterparts since the dawn of time, so why have they been largely ignored by history?  This presentation explores why women’s substantial efforts in the field of piracy have been left off the record…and why that’s a huge mistake. It also introduces several key female pirates and shares the stories of their lives and most famous exploits. It’s a rollicking blend of history, feminism, and adventure suitable for all ages. Come and be inspired by these legendary ladies—peg leg and eye patch not required.

A Cultural Guide to Planning a Caribbean Diving Adventure- Cathryn Castle Garcia & Capt. Gui Garcia @ Room 304
Feb 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
A Cultural Guide to Planning a Caribbean Diving Adventure- Cathryn Castle Garcia & Capt. Gui Garcia @ Room 304

Cathryn Castle Garcia and Capt. Gui Garcia, C2G2Productions.com

At least 28 island nations and more than 7,000 individual islands make up the region we call “the Caribbean.” All feature warm, clear water and vibrant reefs, but with so many islands, how do you choose the Caribbean diving adventure that’s right for you? This seminar will provide an island-by-island overview of the type of diving you can enjoy. You’ll also experience a cultural tour of the Caribbean – the history, the people, the food and music and festivals that give each island its own unique flair – and offer tips for planning a “beyond the guidebook” personalized Caribbean dive vacation.

Family Travel – Kid’s Sea Camp- Kid’s Sea Camp Staff @ Room 304
Feb 22 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Family Travel - Kid's Sea Camp- Kid's Sea Camp Staff @ Room 304

Family Diving Travel

Kids Sea Camp is a family vacation that creates memories to last a lifetime and provide families with quality safe global adventures for all members of your family. Kids Sea Camp is special needs friendly, and we pride ourselves on educating children to be better buddies to each other and our fragile underwater world. Here’s why you should choose us.

Shark Diving in Rhode Island- Michael Eversmier @ Room 304
Feb 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Shark Diving in Rhode Island- Michael Eversmier @ Room 304

Beautiful Blues
Looking for a different diving adventure that is easy and close to home? How about swimming with one of the ocean’s most beautiful sharks, the blue shark. Just 20 to 30 miles off our northeast coast, where the gulfstream meets coastal waters, is a prime area to encounter blues and other interesting pelagics like makos, ocean sunfish, tuna, turtles, whales and dolphins. Discover why you’ll want to make this adventure a bucket list priority.

UAS Club Meeting @ Room 304
Feb 22 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
UAS Club Meeting @ Room 304

Join members of the UnderWater Adventure Seekers for their club meeting. Current members and potential members welcome.

Visit the UASDivers web page.
Feb
23
Sun
2020
PADI Member Forum @ Room 304
Feb 23 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Ancient Greek Wrecks- John Stella @ Room 304
Feb 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Ancient Greek Wrecks- John Stella @ Room 304

Wreck Alley from 10 BC? Discover the efforts of the Archeological Society of Greece and local citizen scientist working off key islands in Greece to recover and preserve the history of ocean commerce of Ancient Greece. Nat Geo calls this area “Ancient shipwreck capital of the World”.

Pirate Women of the Caribbean- Laura Duncombe @ Room 304
Feb 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Youth Diving with a Purpose @ Rm 304
Feb 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Diving With A Purpose

Young divers from all walks of life and multiple nations team up to learn the basics of marine archeology and preserving our shared history.

by Ernie Franklin

Solomon Islands “The Land Where Time Stands Still” @ Room 304
Feb 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Solomon Islands “The Land Where Time Stands Still” @ Room 304
Solomon Islands
“The Land Where Time Stands Still”
Greg Piper is an award-winning underwater and nature photographer based in Washington, DC. His images have graced the pages of the world’s top diving and nature publications. Greg Has visited the Solomon Islands on several trips and has documented this island nation both above water and below. Join him for this presentation on the beauties of the Solomon islands and his unique approach to photography there. 

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