Harbor Seals join us for a Night Dive

One of the best parts of a night dive are the different animals that come out in the evening hours. Our night dive last week had Harbor seals join us for most of the dive, using our dive lights to hunt for invertebrates. Harbor seals are fairly common marine mammals in Puget Sound with healthy…

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6 Reasons To Try A Night Dive

Have you thought about a night dive but just weren’t sure? Here are some great reasons to get you in the water at night! 1- Natural curiosity During a night dive, everything takes on a new look. Your focus changes as you move about the dive site, observing life around your dive light and seeing…

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Stubby Squid Sighting Amazes Divers

Our busy Spring diving season is in full swing right now, with travelers coming from all over the United States, plus Spain, Singapore, and Panama to experience diving in the Pacific Northwest. On a recent dive we came across a Stubby squid, one of the more interesting and unusual invertebrates we see on our Guided…

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February Advanced Open Water Certification Becomes a Snow Dive

We took a break from our regular dive tours in mid-February to teach the PADI Advanced Open Water certification course, and even had a rare Seattle snowstorm in the middle of the course. Our divers for the weekend were Mike, taking both the PADI Advanced Open Water certification and Dry Suit Diver courses, and Eric, taking the…

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Fall Scuba Diving in the Pacific Northwest

Fall scuba diving is finally here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Visibility is improving daily as well as the chances of experiencing bioluminescence during night time diving. We’ve also been seeing some dramatic fog in the early afternoon as light breezes carry it in from the coast. Harbor seals have also returned to Puget Sound…

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