Posts Tagged ‘Coral Monitoring’

Celebrating 10 Years of FATHOMS Marine Science Camps

January 13th, 2021 by Seatrek Staff | No Comments

In 2011, after five years in the making, the maiden voyage of SeaTrek FATHOMS set sail. Now entering the summer of 2021, we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of our FATHOMS voyage – Focused Adventure Through Hands-On Marine Science. Time flies when you’re having fun! To commemorate the program that sparked the fire for many […]

Captain Angie Cowan | GoAbroad Interview

November 26th, 2018 by Seatrek Staff |

SeaTrek’s very own Captain Angie was recently featured by GoAbroad.com. In this article, Angie talks about travel tips, working for SeaTrek, and much more! Learn more about Angie below. While earning a B.S. in Biology at Colorado State University, Angie spent two semesters studying marine biology, anthropology, and conservation in Australia and Belize. After working […]

Eels and Lobster and Squid, Oh My!

August 7th, 2013 by Seatrek Staff |

Today we continued our Coral Monitoring Specialty Course training at the islands of Jost Van Dyke.

The Baths and Showers!

August 5th, 2013 by Seatrek Staff |

We got an early start today so that we could head to the Baths on Virgin Gorda

Diving with Jeeps

July 10th, 2013 by SeaTrek Staff |

What a fantastic day of diving! Several students even said that these were the best dives they had ever done (continued…) And for me, I’d have to put them in my top 10 as well – not only because they were awesome dives but because the students enjoyed them so much. What a joy it […]

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