Throughout the month long Seahorse Festival the following presentations will be offered. Theses will be offered on a weekly basis.

Seahorse Conservation  Learn about all the issues facing these amazing animals.  What they have to endure just to survive.  You will be given tips about what you can do to help the conservation of our resources in the Ocean.  

Sea Slugs! A look the many nudibranchs, sea slugs, and snails found Roatan’s waters. A mixed media presentation peppered with some interesting facts about these beautiful creatures.

Gettin’ Crabby?  Got crabs?....we do! Crusty crustaceans, shrimpy shrimps, colossal claws, sonic shooters, and mobile mess makers. Come see them in action.

Citizens of the Sand  You know they are out there, and you search for hours. Crazy as it sounds they are right there, hiding in plain sight. We’ve even heard them laughing at us as we pass over them and still not seeing them. Seahorses, pipehorses and pipefish, and a few more great finds.

Divers favorites  So, we asked the experts...the captains and divemasters... what creatures divers cannot get enough of. Think you know? Come see the countdown to the number one requested ocean inhabitant and runners up.

How to Shoot Seahorses    Enjoy a free photo clinic provided by CoCo View’s on-site, award winning Photo-Pro, as he teaches valuable techniques and tips on how to photograph beautiful creatures both large and small.

Eco-friendly Dive Techniques  Get the lead out, reduce back strain, and protect the reef. Enjoy a humorous look at a variety of buoyancy techniques and reef friendly etiquette to insure a safe dive for both the diver, fragile corals and reef inhabitants.

Island History and Biogeography  An in-depth look into how paradise is lost, Port Royal, pirates, shipwrecks, treasure and crystal skulls. A deep dive into who settled the bay islands, settlement patterns, modern political turmoil, weather patterns and seasonal changes, earthquakes, the Saharan Air Layer, coral disease, the importance of winds and tides when diving CCV’s Front Yard, and lastly, reef structure and coral reef biodiversity.

More to come......