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Nash Crawford: Day 4

7:00 AM breakfast came nice and early this morning. We were worried about our dive to begin the day because of some tropical storms that rolled through the night and into the morning. We drove 5 minutes to the other cobalt coast site to begin our adventure to the Big Dipper. The Big Dipper dive was going to be...

Luke Austin- Day 4: Fish, Turtles and Birds, Oh My!

It's 7:00 A.M. and the Marine Biology gang wakes up to a thunderstorm and rain. Too sleepy to care they all wander to the the breakfast table to enjoy eggs and French toast. After breakfast, we made our way to the docked boats and we were off to our dive sites Big Dipper and Chain Reef. On Big Dipper,...

Sam Sudderth Day 4: The Turtle Center

This morning we woke up for a 7 o'clock breakfast. After voraciously devouring my breakfast, we proceeded to get ready for our two morning dives. The two sites at which we dove were called 'Big Dipper' and 'Anchor Chain'. At Big Dipper we went to 100 feet and at Anchor Chain we went to only 35 feet. These were...

Day 4- Pier

Due to heavy rain and lighting, our dive had to be delayed a little but which led to us going onto a bus and another dock. We began our travels to our first location, Big Dipper. This location was very close to a very popular area on the island called 7 Mile Beach. The second location Chai Reef, which...

Day 4 Cayman Islands

Our day 4 started with a downpour of rain throughout the early morning and ending just after breakfast. We arrived at the alternate dock and boarded the boat by 8:00 and began the ride to the first dive site called the "Big Dipper", just off the coast of 7 Mile Beach. My partner, Nico Boyd, and I were ready...

Day 4 in the Grand Caymans (7/17/19)

We woke up early and ate a nutritious breakfast before our two dive sites this morning: Big Dipper and Chain Reef. Both of the sites were really cool, and I saw a ton of fish at both. The Big Dipper dive site is now the deepest I've dove, a max of 103ft, and it was a more tightly packed set...