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Virginia’s First Fish Count with Lynnhaven Dive Center By Kathy O’hara & Lindsey Hillier Hotchkiss On August 2, 2016 LDC made history when eight women became the first Virginia divers to participate in the Great Annual Fish Count. Our mission was to count as many fish and invertebrates as we could identify at the Chesapeake

Maldives Dive Video By Lindsey Hillier Hotchkiss. 4/2016 LDC spends 10 days diving Maldives. Absolutely Beautiful.Maldives Scuba Video by Lindsey Hillier Hotchkiss. 10 days of Diving in Maldives with Lynnhaven Dive Center in this video! Sharks, whale sharks, manta rays, napolean wrasse, more more more more. Amazing dive experience. Aboard the Manthiri         

  Chesapeake Light Tower 4 min Video with Pete Nawrocky aboard the Miss Mackenzie with Lynnhaven Dive Center.  Testing the Sea Life Micro 2.0 , no video light was used.  Divers reported 40-50 ft of visibility, temps 65 on the bottom at 47ft, and more fish life than last week.  It was a great day

Pete Nawrocky with OMS tested a SeaLife Micro 2.0 that he purchased at Lynnhaven Dive Center in Va Beach.  Pete captured this video, downloaded to his iphone and was able to quickly put together this video using the imovie app on his phone.  He thought the camera was easy to use and enjoyed it.  Check

Dive Right In Lynnhaven Dive Center Introduces Customers To An Underwater World Through Scuba, Snorkeling And Swimming With its roof covered in palm thatch and a storefront adorned with tiki columns, Lynnhaven Dive Center stands out among other businesses on North Great Neck Road. Lindsey Hillier-Hotchkiss emerges from the glass doors, rolling a rack of

Scuba Squad diving Belize 2015 with Lynnhaven Dive Center The world looks very different down here. Perspective changes a hundred feet below the surface, completely submerged with nothing to consider except the way a fan coral elegantly shimmers in the current, or the way your breath sounds as it bubbles up around you in a

LDC is proud to be one of four dive shops in the country asked to pilot a new youth dive program for NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries called the  Ocean Guardian Dive Club (OGDC). Once finalized, the OGDC will be a nationally recognized program designed to strengthen youth involvement in diving and ocean conservation. As part of this program, LDC’s Scuba Campers are diving through

BRAC – take me back!! 2min video of highlights of our Cayman Brac trip by Miss Tinsley!

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