ScubaDance I was held in Bonaire, April 13-20, 2002. The original information on the trip is here.
The Buddy Dive Resort web site contained a story on the event; it is reproduced here.
Our own report on the trip is here.
A short video of part of an underwater Scottish country dance is here.
ScubaDance II returned to Bonaire, May 29, 2004, to June 5, 2004.
ScubaDance III took place in Okinawa, November 25 to December 7,
Only six dancers took part, but the logo was terrific.
ScubaDance IV returned to Bonaire, January 21-28, 2006.
Seven dancers took part.
Twenty divers/dancers participated; the trip was full.
The Honduran flag with five stars also denotes ScubaDance 5.
Twenty dancers participated.
The official trip shirt is available at CafePress (right-click the link and open in a new tab); the trip was one of many during 2016 that were part of the OceanGeeks 75-Days-of-Diving 2016 World Tour.
ScubaDance VII was supposed to take place June 9-16, 2018, at Buddy Dive and the Fort Young Hotel in Roseau, Dominca. The flyer is here. However, hurricane damage on Dominica caused us to move to Saba. We stayed at the Queen’s Gardens Resort and danced on their wooden floored conference room. We dived with Sea Saba. The revised flyer is here. The logo included the flag of Saba.
Sixteen people participated; here is the group picture.
ScubaDance VIII was supposed to take place in 2020, trying again for Dominica. Covid-19 interfered.
ScubaDance VIII will take place June 11-18, 2022, at the Fort Young Hotel, Dominica, as originally planned for 2018, except that the Buddy Dive operation was closed after Hurricane Maria sank all four of its boats.
The 2022 flyer is here.
The logo, which includes the flag of Dominica, is:
Contact Mel Briscoe for further information on ScubaDance.
Last modified 16 April 2022.