Shellabrating World Turtle Day; The Best Places to Swim with Turtles

Turtles are more than just another reptile species living among us. These adored, shelled creatures have made their way into books, movies, pop culture, and so much more. It’s no wonder there is a whole day dedicated to them – World Turtle Day, celebrated on May 23rd.


The American Tortoise Rescue created this day in 1990 to bring attention to protecting both turtles and tortoises. Quick Fact: a tortoise is a turtle that lives on both the land and in the water and typically has a rounded shell.

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When the Waves are at Bay It's a Spearfishing Day; When Ryder Isn't Above The Water; He's Below It

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Ryder DeVoe has been living the Salt Life since he was eight months old. Throughout his life, he has spent as much time above the water as he has below it. In addition to being a surfer, Ryder is a skilled and accomplished spearfisherman.


Whether he is in Mexico, Panama, or the Bahamas, a day of spearfishing is always exciting. Read on for an inside look at what a typical day looks like for Ryder.

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Exploring Shipwrecks in the Bahamas; A Day Underwater with Bri Andrassy

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On a rainy day in the Bahamas, Bri Andrassy gears up and heads out to scuba dive Stuart Cove. Deep below the surface of these tropical waters exists many shipwrecks for divers to explore. Some of these shipwrecks have been used in the filming of James Bond movies! How cool is that?

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Inside a Wreck

Diving over and around wrecks is one thing, but getting to dive into the actual shipwreck is an exciting, unique experience. In Stuarts Cove, Bri was able to explore the inside of a wreck for the first time. She describes this part of the dive as a little bit eerie. While the atmosphere inside the sunken ship was dark, there were pockets of light shining through, helping guide her through tight spaces.

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