Camaras con Stream:
La Ocho, San Juan – Stream
Jobos, Isabela – Stream
Inches, Patillas – Stream
Maria’s, Rincón – Stream
Arrecife de Isla Verde (Pine Grove West) – Stream
Pelícano Stream – Arrecife de Isla Verde (Pine Grove Norte)
Pine Grove Streaming (Apuntando al Este)
Puerto del Rey Marina, Fajardo
Vive Borikén - Puerto Rico
#PlayuelaSeDefiende Mensaje por Pocho después de la vista de la demanda contra la construcción en el tribunal. LA CONSTRUCCIÓN SIGUE mientras esperamos la próxima vista el 17 de marzo. NECESITAMOS MUCHO APOYO MAÑANA!! Estaremos frente el área de la construcción desde temprano.
Cómo llegar al área de la construcción:
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The 'Legendary Session' series comes out swinging. ... See MoreSee Less
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Update a las camaras please :) ... See MoreSee Less
Esta belleza de Playuela, no debe ser opacada con una estructura de cemento, para el beneficio de unos pocos. Comparte para que los que no conocen el área, sepan el por qué de la lucha. #playuelaesdetodos
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Se ve brutal . Los cabrones del Capitolio q no saben donde están parao y no saben lo q asen y permiten q recursos naturales tan precioso como este desaparezcan de la faz de la tierra para siempre tan preciso q es da mucha pena lo q quiere n aser ahí.
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Gracias a los compatriotas Pepe Carreras y Jorge Fernández-Porto (Portavoz de La Comisión para el Desarrollo de Iniciativas Comunitarias), el Honorable Senador Vargas-Vidot dedicó hoy su deposición durante el primer turno del hemiciclo del senado a la urgencia de conservación del pulmón isleño q es Playuela y mostró asi su solidaridad con Nuestra iniciativa. ¡Unete! ... See MoreSee Less
Sequencia de Alexis Hollings: ... See MoreSee Less
Vive Borikén - Puerto Rico
#PlayuelaSeDefiende [English below] Uno de los miembros fundadores da excelente entrevista con la prensa, expresando muchos datos persuasivos porqué el proyecto ni tan siquiera es viable como atracción turística. // One of the founding members of the Camp gives an excellent interview with the press, expressing many compelling facts as to why the project isn't even viable as a tourist attraction. #PlayuelaNoSeVende #PlayuelaPalPueblo #DefendPlayuela #HastaLaVictoria ✊ ... See MoreSee Less
Vive Borikén - Puerto Rico
ARRESTS UPDATE: the charges were dropped NO CAUSE for 4 of the 5 arrested. ALL were released. We will keep you informed about the court case for the 5th person. #PlayuelaSeDefiende #PlayuelaNoSeVende #DefendPlayuela ✊ ... See MoreSee Less
Monkey wrench gang de p.r. Si watching, waiting.
2 weeks ago
Primer eclipse 2017
Carlos Lopez Borges TX!!
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Buenos Dias!! 🌊🌴⛱☀️ ¡Nos vemos en el agua el sábado !!!🏄🏽🏄🏽♀️ #surf4dem #surftherapy #surf #oceantherapy #autism #isabela #puertorico #isladelencanto #quevivanlosniños ... See MoreSee Less
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Corona Extra Pro Surfing Circuit O’neill Series Back at Domes!
ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL SURFING PUERTO RICO (APSPR)
Event #2 on the “Corona Extra Pro Surf Circuit O’neill Series” competition season.
This year, a field of seventhy five or more contestants is expected next mont that will include a great field
of competitors from the US, the Caribbean, Central and South América.
The contest will have a total purse of $37,000, divided into $25,000 for the Men and $12,000 for the Women,
which means that we will be able to pay the winner of the Men a first prize of $10,000. The Women’s champion will receive $5,000”.
On top of the $37,000 purse, O’neill is awarding with $1,000 for each division for the surfer with the best performance
This is the 2nd event of 3 for the 2016-2017 circuit which will determine the APSPR Men's and Women's Champions. Currently leading the ratings are Brian Toth of Isabela, PR, and María
Kuzmovich, also from Isabela P.R. after they both won the first event of the season at Middles Beach last October. Last year men’s circuit Champion and event defending champ Asher Nolan, from
Florida is also expected to compete. On the women’s side, last year women's circuit Champion Alexis Engstrom, of Montauk, NY and last year Domes event champ Chelsea Roett are expected to compete and defend their titles. Engstrom finished second on last event at Middles. The race for the season title is comprised of the total points that the competitors collect in three events.
Corona Extra and the event organizers are hoping to get more of the huge and challenging conditions that northerly
swells throws at Domes during this time of the year.
The giant swells that are pushed southward by cold fronts in the Northern Hemisphere are the attraction that has lured
international surfers to Puerto Rico for fifty years.
Brian Toth and María Kuzmovich were able to take the circuit lead after winning the first event last October at Middles. Toth is now a five-time
champion of the APSPR Circuit and the most successful Puerto Rican surfer ever, having competed for several years on the WSL.
Surfing fans who are unable to attend in person at Rincon will have the opportunity to follow the action on LIVE on our
The other generous sponsors of the Corona Extra Pro Circuit are:
Corona Extra, O’neill, AT&T, Jose Cuervo, Pitorro, Hang Loose Surf Shop, Werner Vega Surfboards, El Nuevo Día, Wapa,
Alfa Rock, Mundo Rad.
Can register online at http\://apspr.net/13/
Can download an entry form from http\://apspr.net/13/ and mail it with payment to APSPR or deliver it at Hang Loose Surf Shop
(787) 560-0181 from 10:00am - 4:00pm.
Can register in person at Hang Loose Surf Shop 787-560-0181 from 10:00am - 4:00pm.
You must be an active APSPR member to enter this event.
For all competitors:
If you are not a current member, you must pay your membership when you register for this event.
Entries should be received no later than Wednesday February 22, 2017.
After Wednesday February 22, 2017 a late entry fee of $35.00 will be charged.
Entry deadline is Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 12:00 MN.
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Puerto Rico desde el Aire
50 LUGARES ÚNICOS PA' TURISTIAR en PUERTO RICO 2017 || Comenten: A cuáles les gustaría ir ? o pongan sus fotos !
// Compártelo con Orgullo y Únete Boricua > Puerto Rico desde el Aire ... See MoreSee Less
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Puerto Mosquito (Mosquito Bay) is located on the southern shore of the island of Vieques. This magical bioluminescent bay (bio bay) has been officially declared the brightest recorded in the world by Guinness Book of World Records 2008.
Please don’t leave Isla de Vieques without taking a tour of this magnificent and magical natural wonder. It will be a magical, priceless memory to remember for a lifetime. It is best experienced during a “New Moon” phase, so we’ve included an interactive moon phase calendar below to help you plan your trip accordingly. In the waters of Mosquito Bay there are organisms named Pyrodinium bahamense, Dinoflagellates (dinos). These “dinos” are responsible for this amazing natural phenomenon. When the “dinos” come into contact with another organism or shaken they produce a bright burst of blue light.
Puerto Rico was blessed with 3 bioluminescent bays, the brightest is Mosquito Bay here in Vieques, the second brightest is Laguna Grande in Fajardo, and the least bright is in La Parguera in the town of Lajas due to tourist exploitation and poor conservation efforts. Mosquito Bay is the perfect environment for these dinos. The Bay is small and shallow and the mouth of the bay is small, so the bright tiny organisms are trapped and protected in the bay, making it very, very bright.
BRIGHTEST BIO BAY IN THE WORLD
August 4, 2008 / Guinness Book of World Records 2008
The Mosquito Bioluminscent Bay on the Island of Vieques, Puerto Rico is the most bioluminescent in the World. It contains up to 160,000 microscopic dinoflagelates per liter of water.
When agitated, these microscopic organisms (Pyrodinium bahamense or swirling fire) reacts emitting a blue-green light for about a decimal of a second.
There are other bioluminescent bays around the island, but the Mosquito Bio Bay is the one that shines with the most intensity, its shallow and small entrance from the sea impedes the waves from washing away the dinoflagellates; and the mangrove trees, with their decomposition process, provides abundant food for the micro-organisms.
ONE OF THE MOST 50 MOST ROMANTIC PLACES ON EARTH
By: Travel & Leisure
“Illuminated Vieques A guided tour on a motorboat isn’t the way most romantic evenings begin, but once you slip your body into Mosquito Bay, a bioluminescent lagoon off the island of Vieques, you’ll have forgotten the exhaust fumes. Millions of “stars” (actually, they’re microscopic organisms in the water) light up with a stunning blue-white glow, and scatter with every splash you make. Spielberg couldn’t ask for better special effects.”
Go With the Glow!! Is it Magic? by National Geographic
No, it’s not magic. With each paddle stroke, the girls stir up millions of tiny dinoflagellates (dy-no-FLAH-juh-luhts). When stirred at night, these plantlike life-forms glow beautifully. Each gallon of Mosquito Bay water holds some 750,000 dinoflagellates. Their combined light creates spectacular evening shows.
On the island of Vieques off the coast of Puerto Rico, Mosquito Bay’s dinoflagellates give off their bioluminescent (by-oh-loo-mih-NESS-ent) light from dusk until dawn. “In other parts of the world, bioluminescence is seasonal,” explains Sharon Grasso, a tour guide on Vieques. “But here, the water glows brightly year-round.”
Each night Grasso shows off the natural beauty of the bay. Passengers stare in awe as the tour boat leaves a glittering trail. They dip their hands in the water, leaving greenish-blue trails of their own.
Mosquito Bay’s displays are threatened, however. Bright artificial light from nearby developments can outshine the natural glow. Pollution, destruction of mangrove trees, dredging, land development, and overuse of the bay’s water can kill the fragile dinoflagellates. “We can’t let the lights go out,” says Grasso. “The magic of Mosquito Bay should live on forever.”
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PRESERVE THE BIOLUMINESCENT BAY
You can make a contribution to the preservation of the Bio Bay by doing a few simple things. Every one of us can do a little to ensure that our children and the next generations can enjoy this natural wonder.
Do not swim in the bio bay. It is against the law, responsible tour guides will not allow you to swim. Any chemicals you apply to your skin such as bug repellent, lotions, etc. will harm the ecosystem of the bio bay.
Only book tours with licensed approved tour operators. Tour guides that allow you to swim are breaking the law and not showing respect or love for the island, please do not go in the water just because they let you in, you can choose to protect the bio bay for future generations.
No trash or any objects on the Bio Bay – Please refrain from throwing any type of objects on the water during your tour. The smallest object, can or piece of trash can kill thousands of the precious little “dinos” that create this night show. ... See MoreSee Less
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Gonzalo G de Salazar
Aldarondo Girald Law Office
Muelle de Azúcar de Aguadilla, el único muelle privado en P.R. disponible para la venta. Aprovecha esta gran oportunidad, buena localización y hermosa vista. Info. 787-349-0183. ... See MoreSee Less
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Wilderness ROAD Repair
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Entrevista con el legend del surfing "PT" Peter Townend y parte del evento en Rincón, P.R. ... See MoreSee Less