Mark your calendars because you won't want to miss our REEF Field Survey Trip to the small Caribbean island of Saba on April 22-29, 2023. Click here for all the details. Known as the "Unspoiled Queen" for its pristine natural beauty, Saba's National Marine Park was established in 1987, protecting a healthy ocean ecosystem including fish, turtles, sharks, and corals. Although Saba is only five square miles, there are more than 30 dive sites to choose from. Thanks to the island's volcanic origins, there is a variety of dive sites ranging from shallow patch reefs to seamounts and pinnacles. We'll enjoy daily dives with local operator Sea Saba Dive Center, known for providing an all-around excellent experience. During the trip we will stay at Juliana's Hotel, surrounded by tropical gardens. The property has an art studio, full-service restaurant, and Wi-Fi throughout. In addition to diving, Saba has plenty of other activities including birdwatching, art classes, hiking, and more. If that's not enough to convince you, Alert Diver magazine even featured Saba in this recent article! To sign up for this trip, email Hope to "sea" you there!