Keiwa Simpson became concerned about the mangroves on her home island of St. Lucia after a Peace Corps-led summer camp. As a result, she piloted the Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance's effort to monitor the mangroves.
Bob Meistrell, who began making wetsuits for surfers and divers in the early 1950s and with his twin brother, Bill, founded Body Glove, one of the world’s largest wetsuit companies, died on Sunday, June 16, 2013, in Catalina, Calif. He was 84 and lived in Redondo Beach.
SCUBAPRO, PADI, Beneath the Sea and Stan Waterman would like to congratulate the winner of the “Are you a Waterman?” competition, Hillary Kenyon. The competition, which honored Stan Waterman’s extensive contributions and was a means of giving back to the dive community, was geared towards inspiring the next generation of watermen.