On the night of February 23rd, Seemore Adventures’ dive boat, LADY BOO, was stolen. The boat, a 26’ skiff with center console, two rows of seats, small dive deck, tank racks and seats at the front, had just been completely restored to new condition and put back in the water along with two 1 year old Yamaha 40hp engines, canopy and various equipment.
The replacement value for the LADY BOO, its contents, and a trailer to ensure safe storage in the future is $30,239.
Seemore Adventures is a resilient team and they are working to recover the loss, but any help would make the process much faster and would be immensely appreciated by the owner, his family and the whole crew.
Please check out Seemore Adventures' reviews on trip advisor and see how their business is an asset to the Hopkins Community.
Lady Boo getting a new paint job. Feb/2019
Interior redesign and paint job. Feb/2019
Below some pictures of Lady Boo before it was completely restored. Unfortunately we do not have better pictures of the restored boat, as it was stolen only a day after it was put back in the water.
Two new Yamaha 40hp engines on Lady Boo before the boat got restored.
Captain Denmar and Boo working on Lady Boo at Glover's Reef Atoll. Jan/2019
Interior of Lady Boo before restoration and some of the equipment that was stolen. Feb/2017
The Dive Shop in Hopkins Village, Belize. Dec/2018
Elmar "Boo" Avila, the owner of Seemore Adventures, doing what he loves.
Dive Shop crew getting ready for a day out on the water: Boo, C-Dog, James.
Dive Shop staff at a Customer Service Training: Kat, Diamond and Mel.
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