Posts Tagged ‘British Virgin Islands’

Open water, Diver Master and Beyond: How SeaTrek shaped my life

January 15th, 2019 by Andrew Hutchins |

Andrew aka “Hutch” Hutchins joined SeaTrek BVI as a student five years ago. He has dreamed of being a diver from a young age and has made many impressive accomplishments during his time at SeaTrek. We are very thankful for his willingness to share his story, and wish Drew the best of luck in his […]

Coral Reef Ecology 101

May 30th, 2017 by Ally Marter |

This Island Times blog was contributed by Ally Marter, a Lead member of our SeaTrek BVI marine biology team.  Ally has been with SeaTrek for 4 years as a student, ShIP intern, and now as our Lead Biologist. She’s also a SeaTrek/NAUI Divemaster!   With a post card-perfect image such as this one (taken on […]

The Kodiak Queen: More Than Just A New BVI Ship Wreck

April 15th, 2017 by Kasey Fox |

If you keep up with news in the diving industry, you have probably heard about the newest ship wreck in the British Virgin Islands. Business magnate, investor and philanthropist Sir Richard Branson’s latest venture is an underwater art instillation sunk aboard the Kodiak Queen.                  The Kodiak Queen […]

Preparing for my ShIP Internship with SeaTrek BVI

March 25th, 2016 by Christian Kendler | 1 Comment

This Island Times blog entry is part of a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek has impacted the lives of our students and staff. We thank Christian Kendler, former student, ShIP intern and staff member, for this insightful look into his experience with SeaTrek BVI. My name is Christian Kendler. I am sixteen years […]

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