As any scuba diver will tell you, there are quite a few scuba diving hand signals that are universally used.  When you share hundreds of dives with the same buddy you will create your own code of communication, but until that time comes you need...

In the spirit of the holiday season, Sea Experience was once again thrilled to host the South Florida Dive Club on their annual sinking of the edible Christmas Tree.  Please follow the link below to read the whole story!  We had a great time and...

The Dive Boat: Sea Experience 2 is a beautiful 45’ Corinthian catamaran with a spacious deck, a glass bottom window and outfitted to accommodate scuba divers, snorkelers and sightseers.This dive and snorkel boat has many amenities for our passengers; among which include a large glass...

Is “Tying the Knot” in your future or for some you know?  If so, it is also time to plan the honeymoon!  According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the origin of the word dates back to the 1500’s and means “the first month of marriage is...

As scuba divers, the typical dive environment we dive in is salt water. Yes, there are many fresh water options for scuba diving, however, salt water is still the majority favorite for diving options.  The world’s oceans provide us fantastic dives with fish and creatures that...