Still Feeling The Burn? It Ain’t Bernie…

Many divers dislike the process of flooding and clearing their masks. It’s not a particularly difficult skill, but it can cause some trepidation, particularly in new divers. Part of the problem, is that flooding your mask with salt water can make your eyes sting and...

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Reef Safe Sunscreens: Also Saving Your Eyes

Ever found yourself scuba diving blind for 30 seconds because you cleared your mask and your eyes are now burning so badly that you have them squeezed tightly shut, just waiting for your tears to flush out the problem? Were you also praying that your dive buddy wasn’t...

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Reservation Inquiry Forms: Live!

After weeks of beta testing, our charter "Reservation Inquiry" forms are now ready to go live. Each charter listing now has a temporary "Booking Inquiry" button next to their listing. Find your listing and check it out!~ These forms allow divers to signal an interest...

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Scuba Divers Should Wear Gloves

Scuba divers should wear gloves, even in warm water. That's my stance. I'm not a surgeon or a pianist, but without my fingers, I wouldn't be typing this. My digits are important to me, as well as the hands they're attached to. So I try to protect them when I'm in a...

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New Year, New Look

You may have noticed an exciting new look to our main website which has a brand new logo and redesign. We felt that the new logo better reflects exactly what Scuba Schedules does and is more visually accessible. The new look comes with the roll out of our online...

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Florida Shark Draggers Charged

Remember the video of the Florida fishing boat cowboys dragging a shark behind their boat? In what can only be described as a lesson to other ocean yahoos, investigators on Tuesday finally charged three men in connection with that viral video. FWC investigators and...

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Scuba Diver ID Tags for BCDs

We love supporting great innovation in the scuba industry, and not just from the big corporate dive companies. You'd be amazed how often scuba divers come up with ideas themselves to resolve a particular problem they've noticed that everyone else seems to be ignoring....

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Why Scuba Schedules Actually Works For Dive Charters

Advertising is great - and we offer it - but all advertising is, to some extent, based on a "maybe". Maybe you'll get something for your advertising dollars, or maybe you won't - and how will you even know? How will you measure how effective those advertising dollars...

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Deep Molasses Reef, Key Largo: A Closer Look

  The following is an excerpt from Tim Grollimund's ebook: “The Less Traveled Reef: Going Deep Reveals Abundant and Unusual Sealife.”   Needless to say, reef diving here is a real treat, since almost everything is shallow.  But there are a few places in the...

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Blue Heron Bridge: Hello Easy Tide Info!

Trying to find high, slack-tide information for Blue Heron Bridge at Phil Foster Park in Palm Beach can be a pain in the neck! First, you have to download a copy of the official tide predictions for the west palm beach area. Then you have to look up the page for the...

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Miami Spiny Lobster Tournament 2017

The Miami Spiny Lobster Tournament mini-season 2017 will be its 8th year! Join today and reserve your chance to win your part of the $5000 cash & prizes. There many ways to win from the Lobster tournament: First through fourth place; closest to #2 - and the...

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Whale Shark Spotted off West Palm Beach

Scuba Schedules: Congratulations on getting some of the best whale shark footage I’ve seen in a while. And in Florida, of all places. You must be absolutely thrilled. Keith Brock: I really am. News outlets all over the place have been picking it up and I can’t believe...

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