WCSDO Curacao Retreat
Dates: July 30-Aug.6 2016
Staying: Kura Hulanda Lodge
Diving: Go West Diving
More details soon
Israel Trip w/ Karl Coke Tours and Red Sea Diving
$4,550.00* from the USA
*US Dollars based on DOUBLE OCCUPANCY - SINGLE OCCUPANCY $800.00 additional.
Due to airline fuel surcharge policies, the price is subject to change.
Israel's Better Hotels - 3 Full Meals Per Day - 15 Days Total *13 Full Days in Israel * - No Hidden Costs!
Group limited to 45 people to insure that everyone has a comfortable seat and to keep it personal! This trip of a lifetime costs only $300.00 per day. Compare with "so-called" lower priced tours which cost over $375.00 per day and do not provide lunches, taxes & tips We fly from the USA directly to Tel Aviv through the world's best security systems. See all of Israel from Eilat to Mt. Hermon–the Jordan to the Mediterranean like no other tour. One of the most complete tour packages offered to Israel. You will see all of Israel in the com- fort of deluxe accommodations. You will eat in a wide variety of fine restaurants and be given a fine biblical education about Is- rael. You will learn geography, history, grammar, culture and the Bible. You will walk along riv- ers, hike up mountains, enjoy plants and animals, walk into caves and swim in all the bodies of water in Israel. Dr. Coke has been conducting tours to Israel since '72. He speaks Hebrew and provides the finest custom itinerary known in Israel. There are no "extras." Your tour in- cludes tips,taxes,fullbreakfasts, full lunches, full suppers, 3 bottles of water (for desert days) and all entrance fees including the taxi ride to the top of Mt. Tabor!
NE REGIONAL TRIP: Discovery Divers, Beaufort, SC
July 9-13, 2015
Let's go diving in North Carolina!
Spearfishing and Lobster diving is encouraged!
We want to have a fish fry...
Discovery Divers, Beaufort, SC
Friday, July 10 two-tank dive (full day) $115.00
Saturday, July 11 two-tank dive (full day) $115.00
Sunday July 12 one-tank (half-day)
You can dive one or all of the dives scheduled.
Charters will depart 06:30 each morning. Divers need to plan to arrive by 6:00 am.
Option 1 Beauforte Harbour Suites sleeps up to four persons $145 per room.
Option 2 Discovery Bunkhouse $25/night per person.
Option 3 arrange your own at a local hotel. Space will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.
Equipment: no equipment is included in the cost of these dives. This means each diver is responsible for either bringing his/her own tanks, weights, regulator, BC or renting from The dive shop. Bronx Scuba will also have equipment on a first come first serve basis.
We need your deposit of $150.00 on or before April 15, 2015 to secure a spot for you. We have capacity for 16 divers. Space will be reserved on a first come first serve basis.
Final payment must be received by June 25, 2015.
Payments can be made via PayPal to: email@example.com
Or Check or cash.
Mail to: 1402 Outlook, Avenue, Suite 2, Bronx, NY 10465
Contact: Capt. Mike Mashack firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
As the first dive of a Regular Day Charter can be at a depth of 100'-120', we require that divers show proof of training or experience in depths greater than or equal to 100', as well as a total of at least 5 dives, and one dive in the past 12 months. Accordingly, please make sure to bring your certification card and/or log book. The following equipment (as a minimum) must be used by each diver: regulator with submersible pressure gauge, buoyancy control device, alternate air source, and dive timer (computer, watch,or bottom timer.)
North Carolina offers a diving experience like none other. Nowhere else will you find such excitement underwater. It's true that we have longer boat rides, more finicky conditions, and greater depths than many other destinations. We don't have guides to monitor your air or carry your gear, but these aspects only enhance the sense of adventure that is North Carolina diving.
Each dive in North Carolina is an experience lifted from the pages of National Geographic. Our awe-inspiring shipwrecks come with fascinating—and often tragic—tales of submarine warfare, treacherous storms, and catastrophic collisions. Even our artificial reefs evoke compelling stories of navigational feats and wartime patrols. These shipwrecks—the Graveyard of the Atlantic—constitute an unparalleled symbolic collection of our maritime history.
And the fish! Unlike the sedate suburban sprawl of coral reefs, each shipwreck is its own ecological metropolis, a bustling urban center emerging from a vast sandy plain where animals come to eat, breed, and seek protection from predators. On any given dive you'll see members from each link of the marine food chain—and you'll see them in astounding numbers, from sponges and coral up to our beloved sand tiger sharks. Patrolling pelagics feed on giant schools of bait fish as huge turtles and rays glide along the bottom and colorful reef fish contrast against the scattered debris.
On that perfect day, when the sun is shining, the seas are calm, and the warm, clear water of the Gulf Stream provides almost unlimited visibility, North Carolina diving is as good as it gets anywhere in the world.