Monthly Archives: September 2011

Weekend viz expectations


So as many of my diver friends know, I have not had much underwater time lately. I have some new sales staff and schedules 2 days off back to back for Sunday and Monday to get some quality H2O time. … Continue reading

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Bonaire – dive operators


More than 60 dive sites are accessible by shore, making Bonaire one of the the most enjoyable dive destinations. It is ranked as one of the top four dive locations in the World and many of the Dive operators and … Continue reading

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ABC Islands


Well, as I sit here still jonesing for a dive, I am taking a quick break to check out some future trip locations. Hubby has been wanting to do the ABC Islands. That is Abaco, BonAir and Curacao. So, please … Continue reading

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Sunday September 25th, 2011 – beach cleanup and moon jellies


As some of you may know from Scubaboard, Sunday was to be the day to head down to Lauderdale by the Sea bright and early to do some shore diving. I have been seriously jonesing for a dive as it … Continue reading

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Lemon Sharks


These sharks are found more in the keys area of Florida than other parts of Florida. This may be due to the aggregation that takes place when they mate like in Jupiter. On February 18, 2010, the Commissioners of the … Continue reading

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Snorkeling in Florida


Snorkeling in Florida is a favorite of many locals and tourists alike. It is a natural, easy, non threatening way to become acclimated and interested in the ocean around you. While I love diving, snorkeling is a fun past time … Continue reading

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Coral Spawning


I have heard so much about this and watched a great program on Planet Earth- the Deep seas from Discovery which peaked my interest. I have heard divers say it looks like an underwater snowstorm. No one really understands what … Continue reading

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About Me


Welcome to Danielle’s Dives! Latest east Florida shore local conditions(updated 8/29/25) Lauderdale by the Sea- good references for dive conditions East Coast FLORIDA Shore DIVING SITES My name is Danielle and I am married to Richard. Both of us in … Continue reading

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Nurse Shark


Habitat: Nurse sharks are found in the warm, shallow waters of the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific oceans. They are often observed at depths of a meter or less within the intertidal zone, though they are known to range down … Continue reading

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Common diving vocab terms used


Ok, I know what your thinking…what are we back in school. But I have many people email me asking them what something means. Aplacental viviparity – (which used to be called ovoviviparity) is when animals hatch from eggs, but the … Continue reading

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