Have you ever been experienced? Well I have. The advanced Sea Fox Experience is incredible. It is two solid dives where you get to see a wreck and a reef dive site, dive in 80 degree water, at least in August it’s 80 degrees, 60 ft or more viz on any day, little current always […]
About Davy Eleen Vercoe
Davy was born in California but spent most of her life traveling the USA and a bit overseas with her beloved family. Her travels took her to Brazil where she lived and went to school for three years and met her future husband, Kendal. She fell in love with scuba diving the moment she took her first breath underwater at Blue Water Divers in Rochelle Park, New Jersey when she was 23 years old. She got her open water PADI certification two days after her graduation from college with a degree in Theater Arts. Davy went on to work for the very dive shop that certified her and thus began her climb to the exotic life traveling the world as a scuba instructor. She has had the pleasure of diving of the coast of New Jersey, the Caribbean Sea, Western Australia, and Bali, Indonesia. Davy is passionate about sharing her love of the ocean and it’s inhabitants with future generations.
Davy’s favorite creatures to see underwater are any kind of rays, nudibranchs and octopus.
Entries by Davy Eleen Vercoe
Today’s dive at Baby Barge was amazing. The current was strong near the surface and it carried tons of tiny particles. Some of the particles were the stinging kind and some were the round, translucent, about the size of a dime and had a crazy psycidelic pattern kind. It made my safety stop with Mike at […]
Bye bye July, how quickly time passes when you’re having fun diving with Island Divers Hawaii on Oahu! My divers and I had a wonderful time exploring some newish sites. We went to Rock Pile, highly recommended for seasoned divers so that you can also drift towards LCU and see some sharks along the way. […]
Here we go again! There are so many things to uncover under the surface of the ocean. When people ask me what scuba diving is like, I tell them, “It’s like leaving planet earth and going to some fantastical world that you can’t even imagine until you go there yourself. Try as I might to […]
Dear Divers, We had some spectacular dives today in Maunalua Bay, Oahu, Hawaii. This is a preview of July 23- Diving for fun with Trinity. Read the full post
Thanks to the Yoshida family for coming out on the Sea Fox today with Island Divers Hawaii and Davy. We had a spectacular time wondering the garden eel sands that surround the 4Fu Corsair. The small plane was ditched in 1948 when shortly after take off from Honolulu air strip, the pilot noticed his fuel […]
Why do the turtles love it in Maunalua Bay? Is it the same reason Island Divers Hawaii loves it? It could be the fabulous currents that speed us along on our dive at just the right speed, or the colorful coral and 100 foot plus viz. Or is it the underwater ridges that are riddled […]
Wow, what a day of scuba diving with some incredibly memorable moments. Our Hawaii Scuba University divers and a hand full of courageous guests had some big swells roll through us today. Our strong team of divers had 100+ viz, sea life fly bys, and lots of fun, all at “Sea Cave” and “Turtle Canyon.” […]
The ocean’s creatures never cease to amaze me. Our diver Carly found a Titan scorpionfish today at a dive site called Fish Gardens. This fish was a little over a foot and half and it was sitting near the wall underneath a little ledge. That was my first time ever seeing a Titan scorpionfish. It […]
How many sea hares does it take to get to the bottom of a scuba tank? This is a preview of June 19-Fun with Hares. Read the full post