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  • Get an instant ocean fix at Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium
    Get an instant ocean fix at Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium
    Nestled in the heart of downtown, no ocean in sight is the Georgia Aquarium. A walk inside takes you as close to sea water as you can get in land locked Atlanta. It's a bit of an ocean fix, visiting is like discovering an underwater treasure...
  • Oceans 234 - Current exterior
    Oceans 234 Closes Aug 10 for $1 Million+ Renovation - Hurry in!
    Popular beachfront restaurant to close Aug10 for massive renovation, Re-Open late September.If you’ve ever hit the eastern Deerfield Beach scene, you know about Oceans 234 – the iconic oceanside restaurant & bar on A1A with a...
  • Pilot Whale
    Pilot whales seen off the coast of San Diego
    A pod of 30 pilot whales may be another sign that the coastal waters off of San Diego are warming up. The pod was observed last weekend during a whale watching tour on the Privateer, captained by Chris Switzer. He says he has seen them several...
  • Ocean in a botttle craft
    Ocean in a bottle craft for kids
    Going to the beach or a lake during the summer is often an activity that we participate in to cool off during the hot weather. Beach activities can be so much fun for the family. Keeping the memory alive through pictures and keepsakes is something...
  • Hawaii
    Three hotels between two-island visit on Hawaii: Oahu and Kauai
    Hotel, lodging, resort and all its amenities can play favorably in a Hawaiian trip or it could be disastrous.Typically, ocean view rooms play a pivotal role in experiences, especially for those who live in land-locked states throughout the...
  • Disappearing coral reefs can be viewed on Google Maps
    You can now explore coral reefs with Google Street View
    It’s fairly common knowledge that the world’s coral reefs are disappearing at a rather alarming rate due to factors ranging from polluted bodies of water to climate change. Over the past 30 years, 40 percent of the earth’s coral...
  • The Ocean Cleanup array
    20 year old to launch first ocean cleaning system
    Boyan Slat is the CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, an organization with the aim of, you guessed it, cleaning up the oceans. Slat, who is only 20 years old, has designed the world’s first passive system of removing trash from the seas. Not only will...
  • Dolphins
    Male dolphins form a bond for mating purposes
    In a researchby Dr. Quincy Gibson, assistant professor of Coastal Behavioral Biology from the University of North Florida, dolphins work together to have access to females for mating purposes.Instead of using a wingman, dolphins use a &ldquo...
  • Isla Holbox: Where to Relax For the Beach Loving Family
    Get immersed in Italy, find adventure on Adriatic Coast, relax on Isla Holbox
    For families who crave a summer vacation with a sense of adventure, there are three exhilarating getaways to suit every taste. Culturists can immerse themselves in the scenery and architecture of Italy, enjoying home-cooked meals on their outdoor...
  • Ocean creatures offer life discovery experiences
    Ocean creatures offer life discovery experiences
    The Mote Marine Research Laboratory in Sarasota is one of Sarasota's treasures for exploring sea life and providing educational experiences for learning about the ocean and its creatures. Their current educational exhibit is family-friendly...
  • A wild celebration with Wild Dolphin Project
    A wild celebration with Wild Dolphin Project
    One of the most free-loving creatures to call the ocean their home is the dolphin. This inquisitive mammal is closely watched because of its exceptional intelligence and its eagerness to interact with humans.This winter, the South Florida diving...
  • Maui, Hawaii scenery
    Maui, Hawaii scenery
    You can’t discuss Maui, Hawaii without mentioning the scenery… the water, the ocean, and the landscape features you see everywhere you go when you visit that delightful vacation spot. Our vacation was no different.Lush greeneryThe...
  • Ocean life mass extinction: Are people ruining our seas? Startling studies finding
    Ocean life mass extinction: Humans destroying life in water? 500 extinct species
    Is ocean life nearing mass extinction as a direct result of humans? A startling new study has scientists worried that people’s activity might very well be destroying life in the water and outside of it, as over 500 species of land animals...
  • Ocean life mass extinction is not too far off in the future
    Ocean life mass extinction looms as humans pluck ocean resources dry: New study
    Ocean life is on the brink of mass extinction from the patterns of human activity that have been going on for a century or so, according to a new study. With the world's oceans taking up three quarters of its mass this may seem almost...
  • Mahi-Mahi-Turtles
    Tempting turtle tidbits
    I have heard and read a lot about how bass like to eat baby turtles. Most accounts suggest that it is more than just being hungry. Bass hate them and attack them out of aggression. The reason: turtles like to rob bass nests and the bass don&rsquo...
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