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SeaTrek Welcomes Our Newly Certified Divers!

October 29th, 2018 by Seatrek Staff |

With over 380 NAUI scuba certifications completed this past summer, we are so excited to announce that certification cards have been sent out! These certification cards symbolize the hard work our students put in over the past summer.   While SeaTrek students were enjoying the beauty of the BVI, they were also learning new scuba diving […]

Staff Spotlight: Kelsey Hillman

September 19th, 2018 by Seatrek Staff |

SeaTrek BVI is proud to present the next in our series of Staff Spotlights – Kelsey Hillman! Each month we will be highlighting an individual staff member so you can get to know us a little bit better. We all come from different backgrounds but have a special bond that truly makes us a family! #SeaTrekBVI […]

Staff Spotlight: Aly Yingst

July 18th, 2018 by Seatrek Staff |

SeaTrek BVI is proud to present the next in our series of Staff Spotlights – Aly Yingst! Each month we will be highlighting an individual staff member so you can get to know us a little bit better. We all come from different backgrounds but have a special bond that truly makes us a family! #SeaTrekBVI […]

Continuing Education to the Highest Degree

March 1st, 2017 by Kasey Fox |

At SeaTrek BVI we are always pushing to learn more. We try to stay up to date with what is new in the sailing, diving, and marine science industries. Our Captains are constantly learning new skills to better teach our students how to sail. Our Boat Biologists are always finding new techniques and research methods […]

It’s More Than Summer Camp – It’s Real Life Education

May 23rd, 2016 by Kasey Fox’s Mom, Kelli Fox |

This Island Times blog entry is the fifth in a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek BVI and NAUI have impacted Kasey Fox, former SeaTrek student and intern, who is now a full time staff member, dive instructor and instructor trainer. We thank Kasey’s mom, Kelli, for parental perspective on Kasey’s experience with SeaTrek […]

“High – Low – Hero”

May 14th, 2016 by Kasey Fox |

This Island Times blog entry is the fourth in a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek BVI and NAUI have impacted Kasey Fox, former SeaTrek student and intern, who is now a full time staff member, dive instructor and instructor trainer. We thank Kasey for this insightful and heartfelt look into her experience with […]

“I Just Can’t Get Enough”

May 3rd, 2016 by Kasey Fox | 1 Comment

This Island Times blog entry is the third in a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek BVI and NAUI have impacted Kasey Fox, former SeaTrek student and intern, who is now a full time staff member, dive instructor and instructor trainer. We thank Kasey for this insightful and heartfelt look into her experience with […]

“Finding my Direction = SeaTrek + FATHOMS + NAUI”

April 23rd, 2016 by Kasey Fox |

This Island Times blog entry is the second in a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek BVI and NAUI have impacted Kasey Fox, former SeaTrek student and intern, who is now a full time staff member, dive instructor and instructor trainer. We thank Kasey for this insightful and heartfelt look into her experience with […]

“What in the World is a Farva?”

April 12th, 2016 by Kasey Fox | 1 Comment

This Island Times blog entry is the first in a series of personal essays illustrating how SeaTrek BVI and NAUI have impacted Kasey Fox, former SeaTrek student and intern, who is now a full time staff member, dive instructor and instructor trainer. We thank Kasey for this insightful and heartfelt look into her experience with […]

Dive Leadership Training

April 3rd, 2016 by Capt. Monk Daniel, USCG 845017, NAUI 11650CD | 1 Comment

With over 25 years of experience on live-aboard dive vessels, Captain Monk Daniel is owner and Director of Operations for SeaTrek BVI. He has developed and directed several student diving programs and served as a research diver and dive supervisor for Texas A&M University, San Jacinto College and the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary. […]

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