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I've done a lot of these over the years, but I have to say they have it down to a science at Stuart Cove's and the experience of seeing 10-12 Caribbean reef sharks (and one feisty nurse shark that held its own in the mob) up close never gets old.
Attached is a shot of yours truly going mask-to-snout with one of our dinner guests.
As I mentioned in the earlier post, Scuba Diving Territory Manager Ashley Bringman-Ford is huge shark fan and years ago she went through the training at Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas to be a certified shark feeder.
So as an added treat for our D2D group, Ashley took a turn with the bait box.
Not only that but, they've been helping us with everything and keeping us entertained (so I wouldn't make more of a fool of myself! Vivian, you may come in a small package but your personality, skills, and depth of knowledge-- you def.
break the mold and bring in a terrific flare we ever so love on the boat. We give-a-way an Oceanic Head's Up Display DATA Mask tomorrow!!!! This u/w group shot is from the wreck of the Port Nelson, a former Royal Bahamian Defense Force Cutter.
Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas is our host dive operator and they really rolled out the red carpet for us today, giving us a private boat and an awesome crew (Our thanks to Eric, Vivian, Paul, Jill, Andrea and Gemma -- you guys rock! This morning we got two dives in -- a combo wall dive/wreck of the Sea Vikiing and a second tank on the Will Laurie wreck.
The more you use it, the more you appreciate having your computer display right there and available at a glance. There were roughly 10-12 sharks swimming around us, and needless to say I think they felt like abandoned puppies.Eric, seems shy but I think a few more days with us and he'd be busting out more jokes then anyone! photo pro following us around on the dive boat and underwater, it's like you can't shake him!!! A very nice wreck dive, but the part I enjoyed most was diving the neighboring reef -- it was crawling with 20-30 reef sharks and we swam right in the middle of them.You're on top of all of it, reading our minds when it comes to what dive sites we want to do. You're photos are spectacular and I can't wait to post more especially the underwater group shot! To the rest of the staff, Keith, Jill and Gemma you guys helped make things run so much smoother on the night and shark dives! Today was the final day of our Diver to Dive trip to Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas and we managed at last to get a topside group photo.Then we headed over to one of my favorite dives, Ray of Hope as well as the Bahama Mama, Shark Arena (I think) and a nice reef and wall all-in-one. At least 20 or so circling around us, just waiting for that bait bucket to find it's way to the bottom.Beautiful creatures to look at during our surface interval which I'm sure everyone of the divers would agree.