The dive reports presented here are largely incomplete, but the great majority of photos shared from the trips were taken with a Nikonos V 35mm film camera.   The transition from that camera to a housed digital SLR will now allow a greater range of photo opportunities to be taken advantage of during the course of a dive.  My DSLR is the Nikon D200, for which I've chosen the Sea & Sea DX200 housing.  Click here for a closer look look at the DX200, traveling with all the equipment, and an in-air test of dual strobe lighting using the Inon Z-240 u/w strobes with a Sea & Sea TTL Controller.

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AKR Travelogue - Click for report and photos

Anthony's Key Resort
Roatan, Honduras - 1994/96/99

Cayman Brac Travelogue - Click for report and photos Divi Tiara Beach Resort (Closed in 2006)
Cayman Brac, BWI - 1997
Cozumel Travelogue - Click for report and photos Cozumel, Mexico
Lone Star SCUBA Dive Trips


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JazzDiver's Travelogue
is provided in the interest of offering you information on dive destinations that is not likely going to be found in most diving magazines, along with unbiased opinions.  In the magazines, you will find some good descriptions of the actual dive sights, with an overview of a particular resort or dive operation. Talented authors who have developed a keen eye and memory for the details of their underwater exploits can very likely give a better description of the marine environment than I. For the most part, I'll leave my photography to provide what I couldn't in a thousand words. On the other hand, I hope to provide a bit more coverage "topside" than what magazines offer. My dive trips are few, but hopefully these reports are helpful nonetheless.  As always, any comments or questions are welcome.

NOTE: In the interest of adding a little more "life" to my photo collections, some photographs will include recognizable persons. If one of these persons should happen to be you or someone you know, and I have not received permission to use your picture, PLEASE e-mail me and specify whether or not I may continue the use of this image. If requested, I will remove the photograph from this website as quickly as possible; I do ask that you include your telephone number in the e-mail so that I may contact you directly to confirm this as a legitimate request.

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