56. Wet Notes update on Seaspiracy, Luxfer & more plus Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive – The Alcatraz Story



On this episode of Wet Notes I give you an update on Seaspiracy, how scientists are using fin whale songs to map the ocean, the sale of the Luxfer US plant to Metal Impact, a potential new artificial reef in Florida and more. On this edition of Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive we review The … Continue reading 56. Wet Notes update on Seaspiracy, Luxfer & more plus Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive – The Alcatraz Story


55. Wet Notes New and Information & Project Sealab 1 Report – Part 2



On this edition of Wet Note, I talk about REEF Survey Trips in 2022, saving a whale on Maui, new Aqualung branding, a DEMA 2021 update and more. In Part 2 of the Project Sealab 1 Summary report I will cover the mission, the findings, conclusions and recommendations coming from the report that was developed … Continue reading 55. Wet Notes New and Information & Project Sealab 1 Report – Part 2


54. Wet Notes news and information, and Part 1 of The Project Sealab 1 Summary Report



On this edition of Wet Notes we give an update on Dive Training Magazine, when will the Caymans open, the fight against plastic pollution and a new Netflix documentary – Seasipiracy and more. Part one of the Project Sealab 1 Summary Report will take you through the build up to the deployment of the Sealab … Continue reading 54. Wet Notes news and information, and Part 1 of The Project Sealab 1 Summary Report


53. Wet Notes – a new bi-weekly segment and Your Next Dive takes you on a dive trip to Nassau



In this premier segment of Wet Notes – Scuba Shack Radio’s bi-weekly news segment we talk about using corn starch to dust your dry suit seals, resorts offering Covid testing, big news in the scuba tank business and more. For Your Next Dive we are going to tell you what it is like to go … Continue reading 53. Wet Notes – a new bi-weekly segment and Your Next Dive takes you on a dive trip to Nassau


52. Underwater Navigation, Turtles Fly Too and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive in a Flooded Mine



We all use our GPS devices to help us navigate. Great if we are driving our car or looking for a specific location, but right now using GPS to navigate underwater is a bit of a challenge. While there are technologies on the horizon that use GPS for underwater navigation, they are not yet practical. … Continue reading 52. Underwater Navigation, Turtles Fly Too and Sea Hunt – It’s Still Alive in a Flooded Mine