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Hurricane Frances pictures

IGFA First Annual Tournement of Art

Sailfish Marina
Sunset Celebration

      The warm, clear gulfstream waters cleanse and feed our beautiful coral reefs bringing a rich diversity of marine life. Turtle encounters are a daily experience for us and be on the lookout for sharks, moray eels, rays, and more. Most of our dive sites are less than one mile from shore and range from 50 to 90 ft. We also have some 20 ft. reefs for training dives or snorkel trips as well as some deeper adventures for the technical folks. The currents typically run 1 to 3 knots and provide an effortless experience as we glide gracefully along the reefs and ledges.                        
The Palm Beaches and Jupiter offer a unique experience for wildlife encounters.
Come dive with the lemon sharks in Jupiter every winter.
Our water temperatures range from the mid eighties in the summer and the low to mid seventies during the winter months.
Whether it's photography or hunting,
reefs or wrecks, we've got it all.
All our dives are guided by an experienced divemaster freeing you to simply drift along and enjoy the scenery.
            Love on the reef!                            
  Jupiter's newest wreck,
The M/V Zion Train
Check the "Reef Report" for more pictures of West Palm's new resident lionfish.
Art Shows - see my art  

I have an exciting new schedule this season so come visit me in person at the following shows:

Thursday evenings - 6:00- 9:00 pm at the Sailfish Marina on Singer Island

Nov. 13 & 14, 2004 - Holiday Craft Festival On The Ocean, Juno Beach
Dec. 4 & 5, 2004 - Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Art Show, Fort Lauderdale
Jan. 22 & 23, 2005 - 2nd Annual Jensen Beach Art & Craft Festival
Jan. 29 & 30, 2005 - 14th Annual Aventura Art & Craft Festival
Feb. 26 & 27, 2005 - 8th Annual Downtown Delray Craft Festival
Mar. 6 & 7, 2005 - 9th Annual Lauderdale By The Sea Craft Festival
Apr. 16 & 17, 2005 - 27th Annual Siesta Fiesta, Sarasota

or to review and purchase limited edition prints online click here


While diving the USCGC Duane, a 13' Manta played with us for over half an hour. It was an incredible experience!

Not sure if you want to take a full scuba course right now? We're now offering a first-time experience where you get to try diving for the very first time on a beautiful drift dive over a shallow coral reef. We'll spend a couple hours talking and working on skills in the pool and then head out with your instructor who will show you an incredible experience without the need of taking an entire Open-Water course. Click here for details
Here are some of our recent customers:        
OK, here's the deal. These images are mine. You can download them for personal use. They have a hidden watermark with my copyright so NO commercial use without prior written permission. ©2003 Bill O'Connor.
All rights reserved.
All photos on this site were shot by
Bill O'Connor. Most are done with an Olympus C4040 Zoom camera in a

Light and Motion Industries
Tetra housing with a Nikonos strobe system.

For service and repair of my equipment I trust  the Sub Aquatic Camera Repair Company located in Salinas, CA. (831) 484-6230.
They provide outstanding service of all brands of equipment.


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