In the morning of the Saturday, January 19th, Andrea Dec, Michael Macdonald, Reg Wilson and I, gather at the Peirce Island, New Hampshire, for a high tide underwater exploration at the Doggy Park dive-site.
Аbout what do you usually think, if you know that tomorrow, after a week of hard work, will come a long-awaited Saturday? That’s right, you think that there is nothing in the world that would
As many times as I dove at this location, Peirce Island never ceased to amaze me with the presence of an enormous quantity of the one particular species of nudibranch, known as Flabellina verrilli or
The “almost” perfect day of diving (why “almost” you ask - we’ll explain later) started Thursday, April 9th, during a phone conversation between Andrea and I. We were trying to choose Sundays’ dive destination the
This is my first dive in 2015. Well, there was a feeble attempt to get "wet" two weeks prior, when Andrea and I went to Fort Sewall, where, due to low visibility, we were resurfacing
Pierce Island, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Easy car parking, within 70-100 feet from the entrance to the water. The shore is lavishly covered with crushed stone. Just a few seconds later, as Matt and I arrived,