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Stocking Stuffers for Your Salty Sailors and Boaters

While your boater probably already has most of what they need; here is a chance to present them with a few things they didn't know they needed, but will love! I've never had any trouble picking out presents for friends, especially sailing friends! Even the "person who has everything" doesn't ...
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Unusual Gifts for the Pirates in Your Life

Sometimes it's difficult to come up with something fun and unique for your pirate friends, so, here's a selection of items your pirate will be surprised and pleased to receive! Find a wooden chest, stock it overflowing with booty, and your pirate will be delighted with their treasures. Start Their ...
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8 Reasons You Just Might Love a Cruise Ship Dive Trip

There are at least eight reasons you should consider a cruise ship dive trip, and probably a few more! I guarantee you are going to LOVE #7 and #8! 1. You can dive the last day of your vacation! You can dive on the last day of a cruise ship ...
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Cleaning Your Dive Gear When You Have A Tiny Bathroom

After diving, once you get home, next; it's time to thoroughly rinse your gear, dry your gear, and take time to look it over for maintenance. If you have a small apartment with a small bathroom, don't despair. Creative solutions go a long way to making your scuba diving gear ...
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The First Trip You Might Want To Take After Covid // Scuba Diving at Wikkid Resort // Roatan, Honduras

You're jonesing to go diving. I can relate to your impatience. After five months of going nowhere except a no-contact trip to the grocery every eight weeks to have food dumped into the bed of my truck, and four weeks back to work in person; I'm ready to start planning ...
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The Summer I Got Poisoned by Chemical Sunscreen // Captain Kim Walther // Toxic Ingredients

I got poisoned by sunscreen; I know, it’s just bizarre, right? The very potion designed to protect me poisoned me brutally. Rudely. The Situation It was summer, and I was teaching sailing class. I was on the last day of a seven-day stint teaching in small open boats, and it ...
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Our NOLS Wilderness Medicine First Aid Class Experience Thru REI Co-op

With all of our diving, cycling, sailing, and being far from medical assistance, it seems prudent to take a NOLS Wilderness Medicine First Aid class we saw offered by REI Co-op. So, we did! We tried to sign up last year, but the highly-desired classes, offered through our local REI ...
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Scuba Diving With Stuart Cove’s // Second Time Around // Lessons Learned // Dive Operator Review

A NAS Jax Skin and Scuba Dive Club member friend of ours told me he won't dive with Stuart Cove's anymore. He said boat dive trip experiences are like eating at a restaurant. We might go to the same restaurant, we might even get the same waiter. The waiter might ...
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