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A Watery Union

Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Friday, December 14, 2012, In : Events 

 On Wednesday, I was honored to help wed two of my good friends, Amanda Tucker and Alan Brockman.  Their one request was that the ceremony be held 80 feet underwater.  As the bride made her way down the mooring, the guests, headed up by Reverend Gabe Scotti, arranged themselves on the deck above the wheelhouse of the Sea Tiger.  The dappled light of the afternoon sun and turbid visibility created a unique atmosphere that contrasted sharply with the bride's white dress and red bouquet.


 
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Another plane, another tiger shark and a great blackwater dive!

Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Thursday, August 9, 2012,

 
After a couple of months of government mandated radio silence, I'm starting to catch up.  My outboard is now fixed, new photos and sections are up all over my webpage, and my thesis is back on track so today I decided to take some time off to go play.  I love it when Matt calls me up because it usually means he has found something underwater and needs pictures of it.  Last time it was an airplane and this time it was, well, another airplane.  


 
The first adventure with Matt found little more ...

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Unusual Wrecks

Posted by Jeffrey Milisen on Sunday, April 29, 2012,

Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) resting on the fantail of the YO-257
 
  A century of maritime history, military occupation and artificial reefing has left Oahu's sea floor generously sprinkled with metallic relics from the past.  I don't pretend to know much about these submerged artifacts, but if you dive Oahu enough, you're bound to stumble across some form of interesting man-made litter.  For whatever reason (aligned stars, voodoo, or just dumb luck) this past month has been especially ri...
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