Today was an absolutely gorgeous morning out on the water. Totally flat seas and crystal clear water. Always nice on the boat to have a break from the wind out here. We had an awesome group of divers with us today. We headed out to the LCU for our first dive. There was a white […]
About Sarah Moore
Sarah grew up in North Carolina visiting the beautiful Outer Banks regularly. It was these beaches that grew Sarah's love for the ocean at a young age. Her family would swear she was part fish based on the amount of time she would spend in the water.
Sarah went to college at the University of North Carolina in Chapel hill to study Biology and Marine Science. In 2011, during her time at UNC, Sarah received her Open Water Scuba Diver certification and her ability to connect with the ocean was taken to a whole new level. Sarah had a deep love for scuba from the first time she blew bubbles. Her studies ended up taking her to the Galapagos Islands for a semester. The Enchanted Islands taught her much about our constantly evolving ocean planet, those that inhabit it and our dire need to conserve it. After graduating in May 2015 Sarah moved to Utila, Honduras to pursue a professional level of diving. After diving every day for 4 months and receiving her divemaster and instructor certifications her dream of being a fish was becoming closer to a reality.
In January Sarah found herself moving to Hawaii to work for us here at Island Divers to spread her love of the ocean with as many divers as she can. "Take only pictures, leave only bubbles, kill only time!"
Entries by Sarah Moore
Today was an absolutely beautiful day out on the boat! We had a great group of divers on the boat as we headed out into the bay this morning. The conditions were perfect, light winds, flat seas, and amazing visibility. The perfect day for a double wall drift! We started our first dive at Spitting […]
Today was another gorgeous day out on the boat in Maunalua Bay. We had an excited group of divers on the boat ready to blow some bubbles on the fine aloha friday. The current was kicking pretty strong so we decided to do a double drift today. First drift we did was a really cool […]
We had some amazing dives off the Seafox this morning. The ocean gave us a pretty good show to end the year with a bang. We had a fun and excited group with us out on the boat today. First dive site we went to was the LCU. Visibility was beautiful today. We dropped down […]
Twas the day after Christmas and all through Maunalua Bay sea creatures were swimming and roaming about. Today we had a great group of divers on the boat for some Christmas diving celebrations. With great underwater conditions we headed out to LCU for our wreck dive. The visibility was over 100 feet today at LCU! […]
Today was a beautiful day out on the boat. We finally got a break from the strong winds and got some warm sunshine! It was great on top of the water and underneath today. For our first dive we went to LCU. The visibility was 100+ today. We dropped down to the wreck at 90 […]
Today was a great day out on the Seafox. The conditions were great both above and below the water. We had an excited group of divers on the boat as we headed out to our first dive site. The first dive we did this morning was the Corsair. The water was crystal clear as we […]
Great day out on the boat this morning for some holiday fun. We had a nice small group this halloween morning and some awesome underwater conditions. It may have been windy up top but underwater it was gorgeous! We did a double drift today. First drift we did was drifting the barges. We started at […]
Today was a great day out on the boat. Sundays with Island Divers are as good as it gets. We had an awesome group of great divers on the boat today eager to do some great diving. Based on the tides and chasing good visibility we decided to go to Spitting Caves on the first […]
Today was a gorgeous day out on the boat. It may have been a little bumpy on the surface but it was absolutely beautiful underneath. The first dive site we went to this morning was LCU. As we were first making our way down the mooring line to bottom at 90 feet we were greeted […]