U.S. Divers Sea Lion Fins

U.S. Divers Sea Lion Fins

Sea Lion Fins Yellow/Blue
As the description below says, the U.S. Divers Sea Lion Fins were designed for casual pool and light snorkeling. I don’t recommend these fins for the scuba diver. Spend a little more so you don’t get left behind 😉

The sea lion fins from US Divers are buoyant rubber foot pocket fins that will float if they come off in the water. Perfect for in the pool, lake or cruise snorkel trip.

 

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AmazonU.S. Divers Sea Lion Fin (Yellow/Blue, Medium Large 8-10)

SEA LION, buoyant rubber foot pocket fin, ylw/blue

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AmazonU.S. Divers Sea Lion Jr Fin (Yellow/Blue, Size- 1-3)

SEA LION, buoyant rubber foot pocket fin, ylw/blue

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The girls welcome a new Scuba Diver Girl, Tali a scuba instructor from Israel! We went out at five:30 in the evening on April 23rd 2009. The visibility was good and the water calm. We decided to head more than along the caves to see if we could locate the 7ft shark we saw on Saturday even though snorkeling. What we found rather was agitated sea lions! They had been nipping at us and rushing us to scare us away…we listened! But overall…we had a great dive with Tali!


US Navy Instruction (pdf) updates use of marine mammals for national security – PDF Download A new US Navy Instruction (pdf) updates Navy policy on the use of marine mammals for national security missions. It appears that by law (10 USC 7524), the Secretary of Defense is authorized to “take” (or acquire) up to 25 wild marine mammals every single year “for national defense purposes.” These mammals — such as whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals and sea lions — are utilized for military missions such as locating and marking underwater mines, and delivering force protection against unauthorized swimmers or vehicles, amongst other items. The new Secretary of the Navy Instruction 3900.41F, dated 13 November 2009 and published this week, supplies guidance on “Acquisition, Transport, Care and Upkeep of Marine Mammals.” The US military marine mammal program has labored beneath a cloud of public suspicion, the Navy admits, and such suspicion has only been aggravated by the secrecy that surrounded the system for many years. ____ US Navy Dolphins & Sea Lions to Serve as Marine Guardians of US Naval Base The newest batch of sentries at Naval Base KitsapBangor will not have to wear uniforms. But they won’t get to clock out for breaks—and they will be paid in fish.The base close to Washington’s Puget Sound is slated to receive up to 20 Navy-trained bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions to patrol the shoreline about the submarine base as