Author Archives: Blue Magic Scuba
Surface Intervals: Not necessarily boring!! As all divers know, a surface interval is an important aspect of each days dives. The surface interval is a necessary evil. Or is it? Is it really evil? There is no doubt that … Continue reading
Hello scuba fans! Yes, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted but were back. And guess what else is back? The first Nortes arrived this week with 3 days of port closures – and with them, the first spotted eagle rays … Continue reading
The gauntlet was thrown down. Sandro (his photo is on the bottom) found one of these rare Polka-dot Batfish at San Clemente and I challenged Pumbaa to do the same on a recent dive – and darned if he didn’t … Continue reading
These beautiful shots of a Loggerhead turtle were taken by Sandro on April 25 while diving with the Nichols family at La Francesa Reef. These are 2 of the best photos I’ve ever seen. Apparently he was so calm, he … Continue reading
Here are 2 of Sandro’s new Turtle friends – both babies and both oh-so-cute! Great shots Sandro!
Here are a few photos of the last Spotted Eagle Rays of the season, which comes to a close soon. We will miss them – until they return in November. Happy Viewing!
Just one of the many green moray eels we’ve seen in the last week of diving – it’s glorious!
While diving at Cantarelle, this little guy poked his head out to see the eagle rays too!
See the staff of Blue Magic Scuba celebrating Christmas 2010.
Dove on Palancar Bricks and Cedral Wall today – must have seen 8 to 10 different turtles, lots of fish, small spotted drum, and a couple of rays.