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Diving Divas Trip Report

Debi Moir decided she knew enough women scuba divers and thought what better place to gather a group together than Juliet, her favorite liveaboard. The group all came together, four Divas are from Minnesota, four from Virginia, three from Florida, and one from Georgia.  A few were previous passengers on Juliet, and one was almost

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What happened to the Lily Pad? Wait, what exactly is a Lily Pad?

[image size=”one-half” alt=”Lily Pad” align=”right” fancy=”true” shadow=”true”]https://www.julietsailinganddiving.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/relax-diving.jpg[/image]If you’ve been out on Juliet even once, you know we’ve got some unique names for some of the areas on the boat. Boats in general have a language unto themselves – front is forward, back is aft, right and left don’t exist as they normally would, and don’t

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New Years Eve in the Virgin Islands

The crew and passengers on board Juliet rang in the New Year in style while cruising around the Virgin Islands this year. Open Water Adventures joined us for some diving, exploring, and beautiful weather down south and had a picture-perfect trip! Starting off the week around St. Thomas, the divers were treated to some of

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Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba Fundraiser

If you are going to the Miami Boat show this coming February be sure to stop by the SUDS (Soldiers Undertaking Disabled SCUBA) booth #1926 to buy your raffle ticket or place your bid in their silent auction fundraiser. The SUDS program is designed to help improve the lives of severely injured veterans returning from Iraq and

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Trip from the Bahamas to the Turks and Caicos

Juliet crew and passengers arrived safe and sound with many new experiences under their belts in the Turks and Caicos last week. They departed Miami 10 days before to begin with a seemingly routine trip to the Bahamas, but this time, they just kept going… [image size=”one-third” title=”Brain coral dive” alt=”coral reef dive bahamas” align=”left”

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Juliet is on her way to the Virgin Islands

After a beautiful season in the Bahamas and Florida Keys, Juliet is on her way south for the winter. This afternoon she’ll head out of Miami to her normal stomping grounds of the Bahamas, but will travel farther south, hitting up new spots along the way. Past cruises have taken divers to the Berry Islands,

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Sea Save Auction

We are proud to show out support for the Sea Save Foundation in donating a trip for two on Juliet to the Sea Save Holiday Auction! Sea Save  increases awareness about ocean conservation issues and executes programs that will help protect marine ecosystems, including efforts to end shark finning and protecting the Cocos Islands. Stay

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An addition to the family

We would like to welcome the newest member of the Juliet Family. Diego Finatti Skey, aka “Fin”, was born on September 27th at a very healthy 9 lbs 5 oz !! Fin is the son of John and Cristiane Skey who were part of the original Juliet crew. Cris continues to work part time for

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Bahamas trip

Lots of sharks on our last trip to the Bahamas of the year. Next few trips go to the Florida Keys before we head down to the Virgin Islands for the winter!

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