CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2016 TRASHY DIVER CONTEST GRAND PRIZE WINNERS!
OVERALL GRAND PRIZE WINNER
Darko Anić from Zagreb, Croatia
Prize: A complete TUSA Scuba Gear Set, including one of each:
- (1) TUSA BCJ-8000C, RS-811S Regulator, SS-11 Octo, IQ-1201 Dive Computer, SCA-270 Gauge Console, M-1001 Freedom HD Mask, SP-0101 Snorkel, SF-22 Fins, BA-0201 Gear bag.
- (1) Waterproof W50 5mm wetsuit (Male or Female)
- (1) Waterproof G1 5mm gloves and B1 6mm boots
GRAND PRIZE MOST UNIQUE PIECE OF TRASH PHOTO
Abdullah Ibrahim from Dubai, UAE
Abdulla and members of the Dubai Voluntary Diving Team found an old metallic tea pot during a cleanup event at Fujairah – AL Bidya fishing port. In total, they recovered over 9 tons of trash!
Prize: Star Trek Starfleet TR-590 Mark IX Tricorder
The Starfleet TR-590 Tricorder IX was conceived for use in several Star Trek productions. It is a versatile and portable handheld scanning device. The Tricorder has proven to be invaluable to crew members whether on a starship or an away mission.
- 1:1 Scale Replica
- Authentic LED sequence and graphic overlays and sound effects
- Exclusive display stand and wearable holster
- Certificate of authenticity
- Batteries (included)
GRAND PRIZE MOST AMOUNT OF TRASH PHOTO
Caitlin Wessel from Dauphin Island, Alabama
Prize: 2 Walt Disney World® Park Passes courtesy of NAUI Worldwide
Good at one of the four Walt Disney World® parks in Orlando, Florida (Parking and Park hopper pass not included).
Prize: Intova HD2 Waterproof Action Camera
HD2’s polycarbonate, rugged housing is built to withstand the harshest conditions both on land, up to 330 feet below water and everywhere in between. Capture high-definition video and stunning photos in low-light, evening or night-time settings. Mount the camera in hard to reach places and control the camera’s on/off and video and photo functions with the water-resistant remote.
- Removable and rechargeable battery (included)
- Built-in 2” TFT LCD screen
- Built-in flash and video light
“Most Unique Piece of Trash” photo:
Two-Tank Dive for 2 People with Captain Slate’s Scuba Adventures in the Florida Keys & a Vivid-Pix Restore or Scuba Picture-Fix Software Package
Take a trip with Captain Slate’s Scuba Adventures to explore the pristine waters of the Florida Keys. Package includes a dive excursion for two adults (travel and hotel not included).
Edit your dive photos like a pro with Vivid-Pix suite of software:
- Vivid-Pix Restore Picture-Fix, Fast, easy photo software for digital, prints, slides, color and B&W images.
- Vivid-Pix SCUBA Picture-Fix, Fast, easy photo software for digital images – get color to dive for!
“Most Amount of Trash” photo:
TUSA Mask, Fins and Snorkel Set (Black/Yellow)
- M-211 Freedom One mask
- SP-170 Snorkel
- SF-22 Solla Fins
THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED!
We would like to thank the 2016 Trashy Diver Contest Sponsors
for their support!
2016 MONTHLY WINNERS
Congratulations to all of our monthly prize winners!
April Most Amount of Trash Photo
Caitlin W. from Dauphin Island, AL
April Most Unique Piece of Trash Photo
John G. from Maui, HI
May Most Unique Piece of Trash Photo
Gavin D. from Deerfield Beach, FL
May Most Amount of Trash Photo
Abdulla I. from UAE
June Most Unique Piece of Trash Photo
Brooke W. from Sarasota, FL
June Most Amount of Trash Photo
Marko L. from Split, Croatia
July Most Unique Piece of Trash Photo
Abdullah I. and Dubai Voluntary Diving Team from UAE
July Most Amount of Trash Photo
Tom T. from Sarasota, FL
August Most Amount of Trash Photo
Corey T. from Knoxville, TN
September Most Amount of Trash Photo
Ronda R. from Sarasota, FL
September Most Unique Piece of Trash Photo
Nathaniel K. from Baton Rouge, LA
September Most Unique Piece of Trash Photo
Susan F. from Akron, OH
Roddenberry Adventures and NAUI Green Diver Initiative challenged outdoor enthusiasts, scuba divers, beach combers and water lovers alike to safely remove trash from any aquatic habitat, and photograph the results for the 5th annual Trashy Diver Contest! Contest dates were April 1 – September 30, 2016.
The Trashy Diver Contest raises awareness about the issue of pollution in our waterways. We encourage you to be a “Trashy Diver” and help us keep our beaches, shorelines, lakes, rivers, creeks and oceans healthy and clean for future generations to use and enjoy.