Staff on Holiday
Longtime Ironworks climber and staff member Jeffrey Kosoff recently returned from Central America. Jeffrey has earned his dive master certification, the first professional level certification in the PADI diving system. Jeffrey studied at the Bay Islands College of Diving on the English speaking, former pirate hideaway, Utila, in the Gulf of Honduras. After completing his course of study Jeffrey traveled north through Guatemala and southern Belize en route to Glover's Atoll. This remote reef complex lies far offshore untainted by large scale commercial fishing and industry and has been designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some of the best diving in the Caribbean is found here, its outer walls characterized by steep drop offs, excellent visibility and large pelagic animals. If you have any questions regarding travel to the region, its natural history, or the region's diving Jeffrey will be happy to answer them.
Labels: Berkeley Ironworks