Friday, April 20 at 6:30 PM
From the icy grave of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald, to the uncharted depths of the Great Blue Hole of Belize, join us for an exciting journey during the Friday, April 20 Social Night: Expeditionary Technical Diving Around the World! Terrence Tysall, military and scientific diver, and NAUI Worldwide’s current Director of Training, will share his vast experience diving in extreme conditions and locations all over the globe.
Terrence is one of the underwater world’s most accomplished explorers. He has dove everywhere from the deep WWII wrecks of the South Pacific, to the submerged caves of Yucatan, Belize, and Bermuda, to the historic wreck of USS Monitor, to the lava tubes of the Canary Islands. He has visited some of the planet’s most remote waters gathering data about what lies at the bottom and beyond. Terrence will explain the reality behind cutting-edge research diving, and take us on a visual journey with photos and videos exploring caves, navigating wrecks, and diving to extreme depths.
Technical divers can join Terrence on Sunday, April 22 for a dive on the Ande, a deep wreck off the coast of Palm Beach. Check out details here.
6:30 pm to 7 pm: Happy Hour – Enjoy refreshing hors d’oeuvres on us! Bring your favorite “potluck” style dish to share. Sip wine and beer as you chat with fellow guests, the evenings’ presenter, and the Pura Vida Crew.
7 pm to 7:45 pm: Presentation by Terrence Tysall
7:45 pm to 8 pm: Questions & Raffle Drawing
Proceeds from our 50/50 raffle will support the Cambrian Foundation’s data collection projects for environmental scientists, marine geologists, archaeologists, and historians. The winner of the raffle drawing will receive a gift certificate for the value of half the proceeds raised, or they may choose to donate the entire amount.
To RSVP for the Social Night on Fri, April 20, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Pura Vida Divers at 561-840-8750. We hope to see you there!