Dedicated Video Pages for the Dive Site Orientation Series

Dedicated page for the Dive Site Orientation Series.

Dedicated page for the Dive Site Orientation Series.

Hey Dive Buddies!

I’ve implemented a new dedicated page for the Dive Site Orientation Series. The Homestead Crater edition is currently posted for everyone to take a look at and comment.

I’m also testing Wistia as a video content provider instead of YouTube or Vimeo. I’d appreciate hearing any thoughts on the user experience!

Check out that new page here (or click the pic) and let me know what you think!

SKuba Steve

‘The surface interval’s over… get out there and dive!’

© 2014 Stephen Krausse. All rights reserved.



Cnidariapocolypse III – The Final Rapture!

© 2011 Derek Keats. Used with permission.

Cnidariapocolypse averted… whew! Photo © 2011 Derek Keats. Used with permission.

In Cnidariapocolypse II – 2Narced/2N… well 2Narced! our daring divers averted disaster for themselves but the threat to civilization lingered.

Somewhere… in the deep dark abyss… was… the monster…

…or was there?

Dive in to read more!

“Around the World Under the Sea” – Launches Indiegogo Campaign

John Lewis of Aqualife Adventures.

John Lewis of Aqualife Adventures.

Have you ever watched an underwater video and been mesmerized by the beauty and wonder of the ocean realm?

I know I have! For me, watching shows like the old episodes of Jacque Cousteau have been inspiring to me. They helped me get into diving and keep me going between dives.

As you may have noticed; however, there isn’t much content out there. If you’re a true fan of the deep you can burn through it faster than it is produced and still not watch much TV.

This is where John Lewis at Aqualife Adventures comes in.

Dive in to read more!

Cnidariapocolypse II – 2Narced/2… well 2Narced!

© 2011 Derek Keats. Used with permission.

© 2011 Derek Keats. Used with permission.

In the last exciting episode of Cnidariapocolypse our intrepid divers were confronting both the great cnidarian leviathan and the ‘rapture of the deep’.

…and let’s face it things were not looking good…

You may have been there yourself at some point; found yourself mid-dive with a buddy that just wasn’t quite all there (assuming they were normally there in the first place – divers can be a silly lot).

Problem solving underwater is a key element to safe and enjoyable diving and this is how Doug and I kept things together and survived the Cnidariapocolypse.

Dive in to read more!