Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Nautilus Swell will emerge from her cocoon at the end of the month like a huge, beautiful wooden butterfly

We arrived in Port Angeles the night of the 6th and cleared customs. The next morning we were up bright and early to haul the Swell out of the water. Captain Tim motored us up to the submerged slings of the … Continue reading

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The memories of my time on the Swell flooded back. Some of the most amazing moments of my life

I walked down the slippery ramp onto the slats of Ganges Harbour in Salt Spring. The sun had just begun to rise over the water and the rays bounced across deep cove effortlessly. I inhaled a gust of the morning … Continue reading

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Great article on diving the San Juan Islands by Rick Stratton, at the Dive News Network!

Explore, Enjoy, and Dream in the San Juans Warm and Gooey like a Chocolate Chip Cookie Just a scenic ferry ride or a short flight from the northwest Washington mainland lies a paradise for the adventurous in spirit. Whether you … Continue reading

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Can you tell us what we are looking at?

What are the wee little anemones clustered around the bigger anemone?   Open forum and hoping for lots of answers between now and our first spring trip on February 14th.   One lucky person with the correct answer will win … Continue reading

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