Hello Divers, This is a preview of June 12 with Ms. Flounder. Read the full post
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
Summer is gearing up and I love it. Warm days out scuba diving on Oahu feel good. Plus, finding baby frog fish, and ever hunting for The Elusive Pipefish was a treat today. Even “stomping grapes” or what divers like to call grape suits for post dive clean up wasn’t so bad. I had Miss […]
The Common Longnose Butterflyfish swims under Marcus, schools of Yellowfin Goatfish swim ahead, Marcus flies behind with his free time. LCU had some treasures on it today, two frog fish, one blueish black the other looked like pink brown reef. They were beautiful to watch hunting with their mouths agape ready to strike. Although frog […]
Island Divers Hawaii had some fun in Oahu waters today! If only there was seafood pasta, then it would have been perfect. Those random hunger cravings you have on scuba should be studied. Dropping down 60ft to the top of baby barge we found it impossible to hit the shark cave so we struck around […]
Another windy day in glorious Maunalua Bay, Oahu. Russ’s exclusive group of divers loaded up the Sea Hound for some underwater exploration. After fresh takes on the giant stride entry, cautious swimming along side the rolling Hound, and finally descending with ease onto Turtle Canyons Reef we began our dive. Turtle Canyons is one of […]
I love my job. My day started out with the dive roster white board crashing into my head and knocking my half finished smoothie down my leg. Where’s the dog when you need it? I swung into town to pick up our youngest, new, avid diver, Simon. See photo below. […]
April THIRD was windy! The SeaFox handled a couple nice sized swells today. All the divers, including Yolanda ,Vincenzo, Cassidy, Chris, Jeff and Dave made it out a safer, more experienced diver. The 4FU Corsair plane crash sank in 1948 when it’s pilot crash landed in the water preserving the plane for the most part. […]
Watching the world through a camera can be frustrating. You miss things, but you also capture things beyond our wildest dreams. Today’s diving was a good example of this. Klaus and I dove with a group of divers consisting of Jack, Thyra, Brian, Diane, Glenn, Tom, Jesse, James, and Anna. We dropped on LCU to […]
Thursday morning dives with Luca, Dave, and Ken were very tight. After dropping on LCU with little to no current it was impossible not to notice this dynamic duo. See Video Clip Below! Cigar wrasse and Blue Goat fish were as tight as any buddy team I’ve ever seen. It made me wonder what makes […]
Eager divers and travelers, Camilo and Adriana were a refreshing sight for Davy’s tired instructor eyes. It was even more refreshing when minutes before the end of our second dive we had an Octopus Rendezvous which set the energy soaring. This is a preview of Octopus Rendezvous – March 13, 2014. Read the full post