Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Fish Survey
Tropical Western Atlantic
7/19/2025 to 7/26/2025
Christy and Brice Semmens with Ned and Anna DeLoach

Brazil's Fernando de Noronha archipelago is known as a great destination for ecotourism and diving. The islands are located about 200 miles from the mainland and the entire area makes up a protected marine park.

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LionsDive Beach Resort, Curacao
Fish Survey
Tropical Western Atlantic
11/1/2025 to 11/8/2025
Alli Candelmo, PhD, Director of Conservation Science

Curacao was rated as one of the top 10 diving destinations by Scuba Diving Magazine readers in 2022. This trip offers diving through Ocean Encounters and lodging through LionsDive. Enjoy 5 days of 2 tank morning dives and 6 days of unlimited shore diving!

Spaces available - register today!
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Southern Cross Club, Little Cayman
Fish Survey
Tropical Western Atlantic
12/6/2025 to 12/13/2025
Janna Nichols, REEF Citizen Science Program Manager

At just 10 square miles, Little Cayman remains true to what a Caribbean Island should be. The Island was mostly uninhabited and rarely visited until the mid-19th century and to this day continues to have limited development.

Spaces available, including a male shared - register today!
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Cozumel, Mexico
Fish Survey
Tropical Western Atlantic
12/6/2025 to 12/13/2025
Tracey Griffin, Cozumel Naturalist and Expert REEF Surveyor

Our annual Cozumel trip is known for its many unique fish finds, including the Cozumel-endemic Splendid Toadfish as well as high concentrations of other interesting species like Cherubfish, Blackcap Basslets, and Sargassum Triggerfish.

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