Best practices and etiquette for underwater photographersMay 11th, 2018

Photographers best practices

By Josh Comay and Margo Peyton: (Professional Dive Travel Photographers)

After years of speaking to frustrated guests, photographers, and divers. I felt compelled to put helpful etiquette tips together for photographers. I have been diving for 30 years, and I

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Kids Sea Camp is so much more than that!January 18th, 2018

I’m not technically a kid anymore

Kids Sea Camp is for family, but it’s also the perfect place for young adult divers ages 13-19, who are ready for some independence, advanced adventure, and continuing education and who want to have memorable experiences with other teens.

I’m not technically

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Kids Sea Camp Adventures inspires young diver to become new advocate for the oceanJanuary 18th, 2018

Becoming the voice of the underwater world

My very first dive will always be in my memory, the very first time I was able to become the voice of the underwater world.

I had been excitedly waiting for that moment, even before I had stepped off the airplane

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A passion for sharks and photographyJanuary 18th, 2018

FDA: Family Dive Adventures (not to be confused with the Food and Drug Administration) and KSC: Kids Sea Camp

I just don’t know where to begin. Kids Sea Camp is just so awesome to even attempt to write about. But here you are now, reading my excited mess of ideas

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Being a 10-year old shark diver is pretty cool!January 18th, 2018

I was born in The Cayman Islands. As my dad works in the scuba diving industry, I have had a mask and snorkel strapped to my face most of my life. And never did I think I'd become a shark diver!

In the summer of 2008, I was given the

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Dancing with the Sea LionsJanuary 18th, 2018

Learning new diving dance steps

Dancing with sea lions is not a normal practice of mine — not anyone’s really, except with Kid Sea Campers on the Quino El Guardian. 

But, in the Sea of Cortez, you need to learn the fin steps as soon as you get

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How kids sea camp enriched my lifeJanuary 18th, 2018

Kids Sea Camp has been the greatest family adventure vacation I have ever been a part of. It is scuba diving trips for families that love the ocean and love to travel.

It’s like nothing else I have ever experienced. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing young kids learn to dive with

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The treasures to be found at Kids Sea CampJanuary 18th, 2018

My 11-year-old son, Jacob, is a treasure hunter. Wherever we go, his eyes dart here and there, scanning the floor for the next “piece de resistance.” Money is usually his favorite prize, but anything he can find will do. Because of his autism and ADHD, any public place can become

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How Kids Sea Camp changed my lifeJanuary 18th, 2018

Growing up Kids Sea Camp

As a kid, diving with my family kept me far away from the TV and video games for most of my summers. I made friends in many countries around the world, and I've kept in touch with most of them.

 Growing up

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Philippines: The jewels of the visayas seaJanuary 18th, 2018

Welcome to the jewel of the Philippines

By Margo Peyton, President of Kids Sea Camp Inc. Our children’s world has become much larger as today’s technology helps us to engage “virtually” in ways we never dreamed possible. However, beyond our smartphones, there is still a big, beautiful, real world

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