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At a recent event sponsored by the Reef Environmental Education Foundation
(REEF), Mel McCombie learned firsthand why this invasive species is so
successful in the Atlantic and Caribbean. Read the bad news, and the good,
about getting lionfish under control.... Read more
There's probably no topic that brings up as much debate and opinion among
divers as tipping -- how much, when, who and how many people to tip. Read
Part I of our tipping story, in which Undercurrent readers have their say.... Read more
Starring Lloyd Bridges, Jeff Bridges, Beau Bridges
If you're old enough, you'll remember how you first got hooked on diving by watching Mike Nelson, ex-frogman turned freelance scuba diver, outwitting villains, disarming nuclear missiles and rescuing victims underwater, all while wearing a wetsuit and fins. The series Sea Hunt, which ran on TV between 1958 and 1961, ignited the craze for recreational scuba diving at a time when it was still brand new. Each episode (with star Lloyd Bridges doing mostly voiceover narration as obviously it's hard to emote while underwater) brought adventure and included pleas to viewers to understand and protect the marine environment.
Sea Hunt's four seasons of episodes have been hard to find on DVD until now. Sea Hunt - 24 Hour Television Marathon, an 8-DVD collection priced at $30, just went on sale at Amazon. Bridges' two sons, Beau and Jeff, started their acting careers here, making appearances when both were tater tots. You can also order Seasons 1 through 4 separately for $15 each.
Click here to order through Undercurrent and you’ll get Amazon’s best price -- and our profits will go to save coral reefs.