The Shark Zen Den
A blog offering stories and insight to those passionate about the ocean and its wildlife.
Shark Zen is helping to promote a project by Seacology to replant and restore North Carysfort Reef in Key Largo, Florida over a 5 year timeframe. Seacology has helped fund the Coral Restoration Foundation's efforts to propagate corals in its local nurseries and plant them to the reef. The goal is to restore staghorn and elkhorn corals to the
Introducing the first Shark Zen fine art painting by Billy Walsh. To get a good breath of what it's all about, watch the following video and then find more detail and info below the video... "Sand Hammerhead on Blue" PAINTING DETAILS Name: “Sand Hammerhead On Blue” Artist: Billy Walsh Medium: Acrylic Paint &
An amazing day was had by the kids of the Florida Fishing Academy and Shark Zen in the gorgeous waters of Peanut Island in Riviera Beach, Florida. The simple experience of seeing the world underwater can have profound affects on a child’s perspective while teaching them about the environment and a new skill: snorkeling. Check out this short
To determine the best and most popular scuba diving and sea life shirts of 2017, we took a look at this year's data like sales rates, direct customer feedback, and social media engagement around our t-shirts and UV protective performance shirt. These wardrobe must-haves can make excellent gifts for the 2017 holiday season, or for yourself! Here
Screams of youthful exuberance came from the bow of the Thea Marie as salty waves drenched kids ready to fish with the Florida Fishing Academy and Shark Zen. It turned out the ocean was a little too rough for the risk of sea sickness, but turning around wasn't so bad as the next stop inshore by Peanut Island was full of lane snapper and sunny fun for the kids.
Richard Hyman accompanied Jacques Cousteau as a photographer for about 200 dives. Clearly he’s experienced a lot with him. So much so that he has written a book called “FROGMEN: The True Story of My Journeys With Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau and the Crew of Calypso”. I was fortunate to connect with Richard in the context of Shark Zen, and I