Founded in 1904, The Explorer’s Club is a professional society dedicated to scientific explorations and field studies. The pinnacle of human achievements are represented among the long list of member accomplishments, places its flags have been planted – and they surely don’t let just anyone in. For David DeBerard, membership at a young age was like throwing rocket fuel onto an already adventurous lifestyle for which he’s extremely thankful. Bouncing full-throttle from one white-capped breaker to the next, we cover a lot of fun and interesting topics including why you’re never the coolest person at Explorer’s Club dinners; a dive that quickly commanded the US Navy’s fullest attention; discovering an iconic piece of American history that landed him into the Explorer’s Club; records won and lost; one of the most abundant sharks on earth that lives thousands of feet below the ocean’s surface and for which virtually nothing is known–until now; making your own luck; and why you absolutely never, ever, bring bananas onto a boat! Absolutely some of the coolest subjects I’ve ever discussed in a duck blind!