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Cruising Day At Sea // Stocking Your Day Bag

Whenever we cruise, I very purposely include a medium-sized bag for the Day at Sea so that I can save on trips back to the cabin. Here's what to include for those casual or those back-to-back activity-laden days. Cruise Card, Sea Pass Card, Ship Card in a Stylish Holder This ...
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Dive Gear Luggage // Worth the Expense? // Pros and Cons

Is dedicated dive gear luggage worth the expense, or will regular luggage do the trick? Will other, more serious divers judge you? Will your gear be destroyed? Here's an analysis of what we've found through traveling by car, plane, and cruise ship. Pros and Cons of an Ordinary Rolling Duffle ...
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Learning About Exchanging Money for a Dive Trip to Cuba // Minding My CUC’s and CUP’s

What I didn't know about exchanging money is a lot - in the past, I've always used my credit card with no exchange fees when abroad, but now I needed to exchange US dollars to Canadian, and then to Cuban CUC for a dive trip to Cuba. Cuban Convertible Pesos ...
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Difference Between Physical and Chemical Sunscreen

FAQ: What is Physical Sunscreen? There are two basic types of sunscreens — chemical and physical. Each work differently to block the sun’s rays... As consumers become more ecoconscious, we learn there are a lot of differences between types of sunscreen. One confusing distinction is between "physical" and "chemical" sunscreens ...
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Attempting a Plastic-Free Vacation in the Florida Keys

Planning a plastic-free vacation takes plenty of preparation and observation, we discovered on a recent trip to the Florida Keys. Our goal was to eliminate single-use plastic items on a week-long trip full of diving, eating, and vacationing. It was harder than we thought it would be! Somehow, we thought ...
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Choosing Foul Weather Gear for Coastal Sailing

Sailing, being one of the oldest forms of transportation, has its own language. Those cylinders that keep the boat from damaging the dock are fenders; never, ever called “bumpers,” and no self-respecting sailor would refer to their foul weather gear as a “rain jacket.” Because, you see, foul weather gear ...
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21 Items That Landed on My Cruise Ship Dive Trip “To Do Next Time” List

After every dive trip, I review any lists I have in my notes, and add to them, subtract from them, and strive to make the next trip even better by jotting down a "Cruise Ship Dive Trip To Do Next Time List." Although we have organized Cruise Ship Dive Trips ...
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The Importance of the Queen Conch to the Bahamas

My name is Lobatus Gigas, but you can call me "Belo," the Queen Conch. I dream of diving deep to explore where my 500,000 babies are growing. I live near Eleuthera; between the Tongue of the Ocean and the Great Bahama Canyon; that's 14,060 feet deep! I am only comfortable ...
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SCUBA Diving with Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas – New Providence, Bahamas

We, eight of us, arrived to dive at Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas, about an hour after our arrival at the cruise ship pier, clearing customs, and a 45-minute bus ride. A couple divers rented some gear, then we boarded the "Phoecena" and headed through the cut to the open ocean ...
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The Trip to SCUBA Diving with Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas – New Providence, Bahamas

Diving with Stuart’s Cove's Dive Bahamas on New Providence Island was a really fun experience! This is an account of traveling from downtown Nassau to Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas docks and return. Dive article here. Greeted in Nassau We began our dive with meeting Stuart’s Cove's Florabelle at the cruise ...
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