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Shark Savers
Shark Savers is open to everyone. We are creating a grassroots movement to enable people to make a difference to save the sharks, and establishing a community for people to find each other and magnify their efforts.

DiversOne
DiversOne is a social utility for scuba divers. Share pictures, videos, dive logs, trip reports, and connect with fellow dive fanatics!

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Useful Travel Information

Bonaire Information

Bonaire News

Bonaire Official Web Site

Center for Disease Control

Airport Status Travel Advisory

Consular Information Program
American citizens traveling or residing abroad should regularly monitor our Consular Information Program internet website to review the Department's Consular Information Sheets, Public Announcements, Travel Warnings and regional brochures for up-to-date information on security conditions overseas.

Do you need a passport? US citizens

Electronic Visa Services

Family Divers.com

Hurricane Tracking Information

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International Currency Converter
 

Sport Diver

Divers Alert Network

Passport Express/24 Hour Passports

International Society of Travel Medicine
Diving offers the opportunity to travel to exotic and remote tropical destinations, but strange lands can mean strange diseases. Before you go, you need to get the proper immunizations and learn about any possible health hazards lurking in your destination of choice. The International Society of Travel Medicine web site includes a directory of clinics and physicians who specialize in travel medicine. Check the directory to find one in your area.

U.S. Government Passport Services

Worldwide Weather

Scuba Diving Resources
Everything Scuba Diving, from About Scuba Diving to Ymca Scuba Diving.

Sun Protection
Divers spend a lot of time in the sun, and that means a lot of time exposed to dangerous UV rays. Before your next two-hour surface interval in the blazing sun, go to this site to find out what kind of sunscreen you should be using based on your skin type, exposure and age.