Imagine a world where before every dive the captain states: Don’t take anything from the wreck, or don’t get back on my boat. Thus is the dream of HADS. The acronym stands for Heritage Awareness Diving Seminar, a program developed by Della Scott-Ireton and Debra Shefi five years ago. The program aims to provide PADI, NAUI, and SSI dive instructors will all the information, tools, and resources to teach heritage awareness as a specialty course.
|Amber and Sarah suited up for submerged resources.|
|HADS graduates ready to hit the water!|
|Planview of the Brick Wreck.|
|Dr. Della gives briefing before we take our giant stride.|
|Lobster greets us under planking and frames of the wreck.|
|Jeff holds white stoneware sherd, fits ca. 1830s date of wreck.|
|Wall at Sea Colony restaurant make from bricks off our wreck.|
|View of granel, cement ballast between boards.|
|Scleroscopy, or dating of coral, was done here to help date the site.|
The next HADS is being offered in St. Petersburg September 15 and 16th. For more information on HADS contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr Della Scott-Ireton, email@example.com.
|Frank and Shirley, the Hendersons, grey Angel Fish|
|Another Keys treasure, ground owls.|
|FPAN covers Florida, from Nassau and Escambia county tips to Monroe County tail!|