Coral Restoration Foundation’s Coralpalooza 2023 is set for June. You can get a jump on early registration by signing up on their website. Did you know that there are four grades of oxygen. Listen for a brief update on O2 grades. Oceana has had some big wins in 2022. Here are a few quick updates. … Continue reading 98. Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive takes season 3 for Asylum plus Wet Notes news and information update
The Emperor penguin is now on the US endangered species list due to habitat loss and could be extinct by 2100 if we don’t curb greenhouse gas. According to the latest statistics from DEMA – new diver certifications for Q3 2022 are down by about 4.8% from Q3 2023 and the trend continues to go … Continue reading 97. A discussion on DEMA Show 2022 plus Wet Notes news and information update.
Halycon now has a new color to customize your wing – Tie Dye. You can check it out on their website. Divers Alert Network is having the DAN Party at the DEMA Show this year. It will be on Tuesday November 1 at 6:30 at the Rosen Center. Erik Petkovic on M/V Explorer recently found … Continue reading 96. A recap of our trip to Little Cayman plus Wet Notes news and information update
The PADI Club trip to Key Largo in Florida was a great success with about 30 divers making three great stops in Key Largo, Islamorada, and Key West. The Florida Keys Tourism Council has put out a new video – “Dive Safely in the Florida Keys featuring Steven Frink and Dan Dawson. There is a … Continue reading 95. An update on the Boston Sea Rovers 2022 Show plus Wet Notes news and information update
The Beaufort Gyre is a whirlpool in the Arctic that stores fresh water, sea ice and heat as it rotates. Every five to ten years the current changes direction and releases this sea ice and fresh water into the North Atlantic. There is an issue. It hasn’t reversed in over twenty years. When it finally … Continue reading 94. Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive takes us to season 2 for The Raft plus Wet Notes News and Information Updates