Tim and Barb Blanton  Tim and Barb own and operate the Photo/Video Center at Coco View Resort. They have been with CCV since 1998 and have taught many hundreds of guests the art of Underwater Photography. They travel extensively, shooting video projects for clients that include National Geographic TV, BBC Television, Discovery Channel, Aggressor/Dancer Fleet and more. Their current major project is co-producing a six part series for PBS Television titled "Beneath Blue Seas". Tim has won several photographic awards, most recently the highly coveted Stan Waterman Award. His images appear in many magazines and publications.

Scott and Patti Chandler  Well known for their work in marine life identification and documentation, Scott and Patti have spent the past few decades documenting fish species, creatures and critters and their behaviors. Creators of Fishid.us, they have been presenting custom designed multimedia seminars and programs in marine education throughout the Caribbean for the last ten years.  They see what many divers swim right by, observe uncommon marine life behaviors, and have been fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time, cameras in hand. Having developed a deep appreciation for the marine life they are immersed in, they enjoy sharing the wonders of the underwater world with others.

Patty Grier  Patty is a long-time PADI instructor, underwater enthusiast and owner of Dockside Dive Center, a full-service 5-Star PADI dive facility located on-site at Coco View Resort. She has taught countless numbers of divers through out her career and is known for her highly acclaimed immersive divemaster training program. With decades of dive training experience, Patty has developed a variety of buoyancy techniques and reef friendly etiquette that she enthusiastically shares with divers at all experience levels.

Doc Radawski  Doc first came to Roatan in 1970, purportedly for 3 months. There he joined Oceanograficos de Honduras, (ODH), as scientist-diver. Later becoming the Expedition’s Technical Director. ODH had a contract with the Honduran Institute of Anthropology and History to locate and archaeologically excavate shipwrecks in the Bay Islands and on the north coast of Honduras. The 3 months, has stretched into 47 years, allowing him to pursue and live most of his dreams. When the archaeological work ended in 1976, Doc started the first independent dive shop on Roatan. Originally established as a guided diving operation, it ultimately became a dive equipment and compressor repair facility, serving the commercial lobster diving fleet. In 1982, he helped setup, then managed the dive operation at CoCoView Resort. CoCoView and its dive operation have become a standard in the dive resort industry. He left CoCoView in mid-1991 to pursue work in the fields of coral reef ecology. Since 2007, he can be found at CoCoView Resort, where he entertains guests with tall tales of treasure, stormy weather, and factors relating to the role of man’s fine hand in paradise lost.