Beatriz La Grave Llaneza
Photo courtesy of Marina LaGrave
Beatriz La Grave Llaneza
Beatriz is a sociologist. She has a passion for diving and sharing this adventure sport with her husband Ramon and their three children.
She started diving when she was 18 years old. After 4 years of diving. Beatriz did her advance three start diving instruction. Beatriz is a IANTD and CMAS certified diver. Today they dive as a family in caves, open water, coral reef in many sites around the world and now mostly near their home on the East coast of Florida, U.S. where they have also discovered their passion for shipwreck diving and working on marine and conservation projects.
Last modified June 23, 2008 by Lisa Gardiner.
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