Out Island Divers' office on Front Street with some staff photos. Early 1990's in San Pedro
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Storage area for the dive shop equipment of Out Island Dive Shop, September 1994. Photo by Yasmin Hajjara: I used to work for Ray and Liz Bowers. I worked in the dive shop and my husband Tony was one of the divemasters.


The photos just above and below are tents that were used for the guests. Some guests chose to sleep in the tents during their 2 nights trip at Long Caye. They found it more fun to sleep on the beach than in the boat. September 1994. Photos by Yasmin Hajjara.


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Off the southern tip of Ambergris Caye is Belize's oldest marine reserve, the Hol Chan Marine Reserve. The   reserve focuses on a cut through the reef which is little more than 25 yards wide and 30 feet deep about 4 miles southeast of San Pedro. The reserve was formed primarily as a community-based initiative due to concern over the high level of uncontrolled, often destructive fishing and diving activities in the area, and because of  the unique formation of the channel, the abundant fishery resources (including conch and lobster) and the feasibility of including an interlinked system of coral reef, seagrass and mangrove habitats in this area.
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Out Island Divers' office on Front Street with some staff photos. Early 1990's in San Pedro

Photographs by Elisabeth Bowers

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