Join Pura Vida Divers on Sunday, February 15th for a two tank shark diving trip aboard Sirena. We will be conducting Shark dives on the AM and PM trips!
As divers, we get to observe sharks in their natural environment and with frequent and regular sightings, we often become familiar with local trends. But did you know that our observations can be used to help protect sharks?
The REEF Fish Count Program allows volunteer scuba divers to collect and report information on marine fish populations as well as selected invertebrate and algae species. The data collected is used by marine ecologists from NOAA, the State of Florida, Caribbean and Bahamas government environmental protection offices, marine park management, and conservation groups to make and change current environmental regulations.
On February 15th, our goal is to conduct REEF Fish Count Dives for sharks!
These two tank trips aboard Sirena will include the boat pass, a Pura Vida “Making Sharks Count” t-shirt, and donations to the FAU Foundation for shark research and the Adopt a Shark Program.
Dr. Stephen Kajiura, from the FAU Elasmobranch Research Laboratory, will be joining us for our 8:30am trip. Be sure to reserve your space early, as this trip is sure to fill quickly.
AM Trip Itinerary:
Check-in at the doc: 8:00am
Trip departs: 8:30am
PM Trip Itinerary:
Check-in at the doc: 1:00pm
Trip departs: 1:30pm
Cost: $105 per person (Tanks and gear are additional)
Space is limited and reservations are a must!
For reservations or more information, call or email.
For more information about REEF please visit: www.reef.org