Rank #1: Ricou Browning
On this episode of the NAUI Dive Team Report host Greg Martin is excited to have as his special guest actor, director, writer Ricou Browning. Browning has played an important part in bringing the underwater world to the masses through films like The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Thunderball, Flipper TV show and movies, Sea Hunt, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea and more! Join Greg this week as he learns a bit more about Ricou Browning.
Dec 07 2017
Rank #2: The Future of Technical Diving with NAUI's Tim O'Leary
When you mention the word ‘SCUBA’ to people, it conjures up different pictures in a lot of different peoples’ minds… anywhere from vacation diving in some warm-water resort to vintage diving with old-time gear from back in the 1950s all the way up to today’s big surge of popularity of Technical Diving. The popularity of this portion is just going fast and fast and fast. It’s time to talk Tech again with Tim O’leary! Tune in with Dive Team Report Host Greg Martin.
Jul 07 2016
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Rank #3: A Diver’s Treasure Hunt For The Curse of Oak Island
NAUI Technical Diver Harvey Morash from Nova Scotia Louisbourg Scuba discusses his experience with the History Channel’s The Curse of Oak Island and his search for the bottom of the mysterious BoreHole 10X. Stirred-up sediment, metals, and leftover green dye makes for a murky hunt and may have slimmed his success for the find. The search for Borehole 10x is a quest to find riches within Oak Island, a small island off the shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Did he get to the shaft that leads to an underground cavernous treasure trove—only 27 inches wide? Tune in, and get ready for a treasure hunt! THE CURSE OF OAK ISLAND airs on History Channel on Tuesday nights at 9/8c.
Jan 21 2016
Rank #4: Scuba Queen USA
Did you know there was an international beauty pageant with the intention of bringing light to ocean conservation? Join podcast host Greg Martin this week as he talks to Scuba Queen USA, Brittany Novicks about how she got involed in the pageant and what the pageant means to the contestants who all are at least certified divers!
Aug 10 2017
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Rank #5: Rum Runner Dive Shop
North Carolina's Rum Runner Dive Shop gets the spotlight this week as host Greg Martin talks about the business of a dive shop with manager Carolyn Wagner who also shares their partnership with Love a Sea Turtle. Join Greg for a lively discussion on keeping dive shos going.
Nov 23 2017
Rank #6: Going Deep
On January 23, 1960 Jacques Piccard and then USN Lt. Don Walsh dropped the bathyscaphe Trieste to the bottom of the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench some 35,797 feet down. It was a major milestone that has only been replicated once in the ensuing 56 years. Host Greg Martin spends a few minutes talking about that trip to the deepend known location in the ocean with Ret. Capt. Don Walsh.
Nov 10 2016
Rank #7: NAUI Dive Training and Processes
Whether you’re a new diver just taking your basic open water certification or a skilled diver wanting to learn a new specialty, the training is key to your success! Tune in this week as NAUI’s Director of Training and Product Development, Randy Shaw (NAUI #9102), speaks with Dive Team Report host Greg Martin about how NAUI approaches #dive training and its processes. “The key in diving…to being a safer, better diver… is to continue training. It’s that simple.”
May 05 2016
Rank #8: Yasmeen Smalley-Norman
On this week's report, host Greg Martin has a fascinating conversation with Yasmeen Smalley-Norman about her project to do 3-D photography of some of the worlds endangered coral species. Don't miss the article in NAUI Sources magazine and then follow up with the NAUI Dive Team Report!
Sep 14 2017
Rank #9: Diving with Disney!
Florida's Epcot Center is home to the second largest aquarium and is a great place for divers to experience a large variety of sea life in a controlled environment. Host Greg Martin has a chat with DiveQuest's, Barry Olson.
Feb 25 2016
Rank #10: Exploring History In An Abandoned WWII Missile Silo
This is probably one of the most unusual dive sites on the planet. You can explore an abandoned World War II missile silo that's completely flooded. Host Greg Martin explores the site with UnderSea Adventure's owner, David Bruns.
Feb 11 2016
Rank #11: Catalina Sea Camp for the Marine Environment
Getting kids involved in diving and educated in marine science is a crucial bit for the survival and future of our oceans and underwater environment. There are many great projects available off the Catalina Islands, like the Catalina Island Marine Institute and Sea Camp. Join #DiveTeamReport Host Greg Martin and Dive Director Ashlee “Peach” Marshall in this week’s discussion!
Jun 02 2016
Rank #12: Taking Diving To The Extreme
Diving deeper and longer has a great appeal to many divers. The ability to visit great shipwrecks and remain for more than a few minutes has allowed divers like John Chatterton to explore many dive sites, at the same time inspiring more divers to take up the sport. John is one of the world’s most accomplished and well-known wreck divers. He was one of the co-hosts for 57 episodes of the History Channel’s Deep Sea Detectives television series and a subject of Robert Kurson’s Shadow Divers.
Dive deep with this week’s Dive Team Report as host Greg Martin discusses the 1956 sinking of the SS Andrea Doria – ocean liner for the Italian Line home, ported in Genoa, Italy (most famous for her sinking) – with John.
Mar 03 2016
Rank #13: “Marine Conservation for the 21st Century” with Hillary Viders
“I believe it was Jacques Cousteau who said, ‘You protect what you love.’ I believe you can’t protect and love if you don’t understand it…” Be the first to learn about the author of “Marine Conservation for the 21st Century,” Hillary Viders! “The general public does not appreciate how concerned and committed divers are to conservation. It’s when you become a diver, and you are there first-hand, that you realize, ‘Oh my gosh, this is such a privilege.’ You literally have a front-row seat on the greatest vista on this planet.”
May 26 2016
Rank #14: Florida's fresh water caves
This week host Greg Martin discusses some great dive sites in-land. Guest Don Markham talks about diving Florida's fresh water cave country. Discover some new, exciting places to dive with this week's Dive Team Report.
Nov 16 2017
Rank #15: Solving the Cold Water Problem of Diving
Cold water diving is the reason that DUI's Dick Long created his first drysuit. Find out why DUI drysuits are used by professional divers all over the world. Special thanks to Dick at http://www.dui-online.com
Feb 04 2016
Rank #16: Dick Rutkowski Discusses Nitrogen in Diving
Did you know air is a mixture of 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, and approx. 1% other trace gases?
“The acronym NITROX means any combination of oxygen and nitrogen. The first breath you took when you came into this world was a nitrox mix – 21 oxygen.” One aspect of diving that involves O2 is the introduction of nitrox – utilizing higher percentages of O2 in a typical mix. Tune in as Richard “Dick” Rutkowski (NAUI #4005), with Hyperbarics International in Key Largo, Florida, discusses nitrogen! Dick is a pioneer in the fields of hyperbaric medicine, diving medicine and diver training, especially in the use of breathing gases. He founded the International Association of Nitrox and Technical Divers (IANTD) and the American Nitrox Divers International (ANDI).
Apr 28 2016
Rank #17: Infinite Scuba
On this week's program, host Greg Martin gets virtual! We dive into the virtual reality of the new video game Infinite Scuba with developer, Kathy Flood. Greg & Kathy talk about how the game game about and how it's a game about diving developed BY divers!
Mar 02 2017
Rank #18: NAUI Green Diver Initiative Grant Programs
#NAUI has, for a long time, been a very strong advocate for the ocean and sea life health.
Follow up with Host Greg Martin and NAUI Green Diver Initiative Manager Sam Richardson as they discuss the momentum of the environmental nonprofit and its developing grant program to provide funds to individuals, organizations, and dive shops involved in projects dedicated to preserving and conserving Earth’s waterways. “We want to hear from all of our NAUI Members [and other divers, non-divers] who are doing great work & who are doing projects all across the world so we can spotlight that…There is an opportunity for the Green Diver Initiative to step in and be able to raise money for these folks who are actually doing real work in the environment.”
Apr 21 2016
Rank #19: NAUI Dive Team Report 090716 NAUI Rep Jim Larsen
NAUI Reps are the ambassadors that help this worldwide organization keep in touch with their members as well help to spread the importance of a NAUI education. This week host Greg Martin has a discussion with Jim Larsen, NAUI's Pacific Northwest rep about his history in diving and the importance of being a NAUI diver.
Sep 07 2017
Rank #20: A Year Underwater
On this week's podcast host Greg Martin talks to author/diver Jerry Shine about his new book called "A Year Underwater." It's a great look at twelve months of diving, fraternizing with marine life and answering the question, "What did you see down there!"
Aug 31 2017