Beneath the Sea (BTS) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to increasing awareness of the earth's oceans and the sport of scuba diving. As an award-winning organization, BTS helps promote environmental conservation and the protection of marine wildlife through grants to other nonprofit groups.
Through its international poster contest for children, called Ocean Pals, BTS helps educate children on the wonder and delicate nature of our oceans. Beneath The Sea's annual exposition will feature over 65 seminars and workshops, great door prizes, a film festival showcasing the work of world-renowned underwater videographers, exhibits and demonstrations by hundreds of manufacturers, dive clubs, dive shops, resorts, and much more. Show Details
Eco-Photo Explorers as we present:
Iceland: Diving in the Land of Fire and Ice (extended version)
Notes - Year 2013
This is Silfra, one of the most awe-inspiring dives on the unique island of Iceland. Geologically active with hundreds of volcanoes, Iceland presents unique opportunities and challenges for divers.
Join Eco-Photo Explorers as they visit the only diveable hydrothermal vents in the world, explore rivers of hot water and photograph the colorful marine life that inhabits these mysterious waters.
Date: Saturday, March 29, 2014
Maldives: Diving in the Rainbow Sea
The Maldives have long held a spot on many diver bucket lists. With picture-perfect beaches, remote island atolls and spectacular diving, the attraction is understandable. Many divers come to the Maldives looking for Liveaboard adventures.
This program explores an alternative approach: luxury diving from
land based resorts. Join Eco-Photo Explorers as they explore the
magnificent world beneath the tropical seas of the Maldives, with
just a small dash of decadence thrown in.
Date: Sunday, March 30, 2014
Deception Island: Diving in a Restless Volcano
Island is a volcanic island located in the South Shetland
Islands off the northwest side of the Antarctic Peninsula
and has been a focus of human activity since the early 1820s
with the hunting of seal. With frequent eruptions, the most
recent of which occurring in 1992, this volcano is now the
home to Antarctic Fur Seals, Southern Elephant Seals and the
world’s largest colony of Chinstrap Penguins.
Join Eco-Photo Explorers as they examine the fascinating history of this foreboding place and discover the rich diversity of life here. Finally, join the team as they plunge beneath the icy waters into the caldera of this restless volcano on a unique Scuba dive to document life below the surface. This presentation will also detail expedition logistics, scuba diving equipment, Antarctic wildlife, the Southern Ocean and other important aspects of Antarctic expedition travel.Date: Sunday, March 30, 2014
Track: To be determined
Time: 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Please email all questions or comments with this site to Technical Support.