This was the first dive of the DiveYeti wreck trip to Key Largo on June 20, 2014. Six divers from DiveYeti dove the wreck and the dives were split between technical and recreational deep diving with a max depth of 140'. This video shows the first technical dive on the ship. Visibility wasn't spectacular but the dive was very nice. This is a one hour dive turned into six minutes.
This video is a mix of the best wildlife footage that the DiveYeti club accumulated while diving in Key Largo in June 2014. The footage was shot on the wrecks of the USS Spiegel Grove, USCGC Duane, and Molasses Reef. It is an attempt to show the various types of wildlife throughout Key Largo. There was some footage shot of the infamous Goliath Grouper however it did not turn out as well as we had hoped.
This was my second dive ever in Washington State and the first time I have ever used my Go Pro. This dive starts off very dark because of the tides in and around the Puget Sound. I entered the water about 10 minutes after slack tide and as you can see in the video it is very dark. Once the tide started to shift again it cleared up as you can see towards the end. It is very interesting diving in the PNW because you have to really match the tides with the dive. I saw one Giant Pacific Octopus and many anenomes and sea stars. I hope you enjoy.
DiveYeti's inaugural dive in Oahu, HI on the Sea Tiger. This is one of Oahu's most regularly dived wrecks. It is a nice wreck dive with the deck around 100' and the sand at 120'. There is some relief but is an advanced wreck dive. There is always a sea turtle hanging out on the bow and if you penetrate the stern you will see what appears to be old plates and bottles...
This was a shakedown dive and dive number 7 for one of our newest divers. Unfortunately our newest diver had some weight belt issues and had to abort the dive but two of us continued on to check out wildlife off the beach. It was worth the sunset!