Seizing the Ocean!!

Seizing the Ocean!!

“ I've been nothing but astounded and impressed with the enthusiasm and vigor with which my students have gone after this new skill-set”

West End Divers' Best Of April 2018

West End Divers' Best Of April 2018

The month of April is marked by the beginning of Spring. For us, scuba divers and snorkelers, April in Roatan means warm water, endless visibility and fantastic weather. This month has been full of surprising sightings and ended on a perfect note, a close encounter with playful wild dolphins.

West End Divers'Best Of March 2018

West End Divers'Best Of March 2018

Everyday millions of pictures are uploaded on Facebook or Instagram. Photography is becoming one of the most popular hobbies nowadays. Everybody wants to share their photos with friends and family.  Many people want to archive their memories and experience or just want to let their creative and artistic side free to express itself.

Blackwater Dive March 13, 2018

Blackwater Dive March 13, 2018

Another unique night diving in the middle of the largest animal migration on Earth: the Diel Vertical Migration! The conditions were just perfect. We are all looking forward to many more Blackwater Dives like this one!

Thanks to Courtney Blankenship, Mickey Charteris and Kal Lin for sharing their beautiful pictures.

West End Divers' Best Of February 2018

West End Divers' Best Of February 2018

As an underwater photographer, every time you dive, you hope you will see something new that you can take picture of, a new specie of fish or invertebrate, a colorful nudibranch, a type of Coral you never seen before or even a close encounter with a marine mammal! Well, we have to say that the Ocean and Mother Nature have been really generous with us during this past month and sharing those incredible dives with many friends was the icing on the cake.

West End Divers' Blackwater Dive Collection!

West End Divers' Blackwater Dive Collection!

Are you looking for a unique diving experience? What about the Blackwater Dive? Imagine a night dive 2 miles offshore in about 8000 feet of Water... Is it already out of your comfort zone? or does it tickle your curiosity? but what can we expect to see on a Blackwater Dive??