Each year the New York Harbor School visits Cape Eleuthera for a week of intensive diving with their students. During the week the group collectively logged over 300 dives and all students completed their Advanced Open Water Certification. These pictures document three of their dives during their training. The first is located at the Cape Eleuthera Institute’s offshore aquaculture cage, an underwater fish farming cage stationed a mile off shore. The last two dives were located along the wall of the Exuma Sound at a dive site named “Hole in the Wall”. This dive consists of a 10ft wide swim through that starts on top of the 70ft deep shelf and exits along the wall of the Euma Sound at a depth of 100 ft looking out into the infinite ocean. To read more check out the blog post I wrote on their visit.