Live Dive at the MaST
The MaST Center's Live Dive is your chance to go diving in the Puget Sound-virtually that is. MaST diver's, with the help of a two big screen TVs, an underwater video camera and a two-way communication system, take you on a trip out into the Puget Sound. Similar to the programs offered at large aquariums where divers can talk to the audience; our program takes that to the next level as we head into the even bigger tank that is the Puget Sound. What makes our extraordinary is that because it is the real world, we never know what we'll see. Octopus, crabs, seastars, fish... maybe we'll get lucky and even see a shark or sea lion.
The Live Dive is scheduled for the 2nd Saturday of each month with an approximately 20 minute program at 11 and again at noon. Shows can be seen from the MaST Center and will also be streamed live to this page. Check out the short video of a live dive for George the Giant Octopus' 2010 Graduation.
The screen below is where you can watch our live dives. If it is blank, it means that we are not streaming right now, but you can click the "George Link" above to see what it looks like.
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