Here is our Scuba Shack trip report from our group dive trip to Ambergris Caye in Belize. Diving the second largest barrier reef in the world!
About Joel Toohey
Joel is a PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer who started diving in 1982. He enjoys the vertical walls, great swim throughs and diverse marine life in the Cayman Islands (who doesn't!). Jacques Cousteau made quite an impression on Joel and got him interested in the underwater world.
Entries by Joel Toohey
In January, twelve Scuba Shack divers escaped the Connecticut winter just ahead of winter storm Jonas. We headed for the warm, tropical setting of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands for a week of sun, fun and of course, diving. We stayed at Sibonne Beach Hotel on Grace Bay, one of the most beautiful […]
How did you spend the last week of January? Did you shovel snow or maybe throw another log on the fire? Eleven divers and one non diver escaped the polar vortex gripping the northeast by heading to sunny Cozumel, Mexico from Jan, 25 to Feb. 1 for some drift diving. The group, led by instructor […]
Six Scuba Shack divers left Bradley Airport bound for the Turks and Caicos for a fantastic week of diving. It was a small group but big fun! The group, lead by instructor Joel Toohey, stayed at Bohio Dive Resort on the Island of Grand Turk from April 6 – 13. Bohio is located on beautiful […]
Thirteen Scuba Shack divers escaped the cold, snow and ice of January in Connecticut for a wonderful week of drift diving in Cozumel, Mexico. The group, lead by instructor Joel Toohey, stayed at Scuba Club Cozumel from January 15 – 22, 2011.
The Crew Scuba Shack visited Bonaire the last week of September to experience the best of both worlds, boat diving and shore diving. Our group of 18 had tons of fun in the sun. Come to think of it, we had a pretty good time after the sun went down as well. Joy & Maureen […]
On Sunday August 26, six Scuba Shack divers went diving aboard Canned Air out of Pt Judith, RI. There were 3 newly certified divers and 3 experienced divers (one instructor, one assistant instructor and one dive master candidate). This was an excellent opportunity for new divers to learn the ropes (no pun intended ) about […]