This week I
am living on a boat and diving on the second largest barrier reef system in
Click on the link
below to see the boat I am on.
Here are some of
the pictures from my last trip to Belize. Click on the thumbnail pictures below to see an
This is the Belize Aggressor
III. We lived aboard this boat for 7 days. A live aboard boat is the way to go if you are
serious about diving. All you do is eat, sleep and dive. The only bad thing is that this
was the first dive trip I ever went on that I gained weight.
This is the Donkey
Divers that went on the trip. We all went ot Bonaire last year. We come very diverse
backgrounds, but we all love diving and having fun.
Here I am taking in
some of the abundant, multicolored coral. We got in 5 dives most days. I got in 27 dives
all week and spent 24 hours and 10 minutes under water. Life doesn't get much better than
Here are some of the
Donky Divers underwater. We had a great time observing underwater life and just having
There were lots of fish
on almost every dive.
The color was
the thick coral formations.
This is a brittle star
fish that has come out
at night and climbed up on this red coral.
These feather dusters
this little area of diverse coral.
This spotted moray eel
one of many eels we saw.
We ran into a few squid
on a night dive.
Here we are back at the
airport getting ready to head back to the USA. Jan (front and center) is
holding our new mascott.
To see pictures from other dive
trips, click on the button below to go to my SCUBA page. It has links to
other pages of pictures and dive reports from many different dive trips
over the years.
To see more pictures from our trip or to
find out more about the Donky Divers, Go to this web site.