Category Archives: Scuba Training & Education

North American Aquarium Diving

North American Aquarium Diving There may be times when you find yourself in a another city either due to work, visiting relatives, or just because you wanted to get away, explore, and play. If this happens to you, and you … Continue reading

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Palau, Historical World Class Diving

Palau Historical World Class Diving We are always on the lookout for a dive destination a little out of the ordinary, a location with incredible beauty both above and below water, and if at all possible, an area steeped in … Continue reading

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We Dove or Did We Dive That Dive Site?

We dove or did we dive that dive site?    Recently, at a well known dive destination, we overheard two scuba divers talking about a dive site where one of the divers dove the other day. The other diver happened … Continue reading

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Nuclear Missile Silo Diving

Nuclear Missile Silo Diving     Are you looking for a dive that’s almost one of a kind, a dive site that relatively few divers have ever had the opportunity to explore and/or a dive site with such historical significance that … Continue reading

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Divers Involvement And Bonaire’s Coral Restoration Foundation

Divers Involvement, & Bonaire’s Coral Restoration Foundation You probably have heard or read where certain coral cover around the world has declined by some 85%. There are several factors that have led to many corals becoming endangered species around the … Continue reading

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Diving With Whale Sharks

Diving With Whale Sharks Whale Sharks, Rhyncodon typus, are the largest cartilaginous fish in the world today. The largest ever recorded was just over 41ft long, but rumors by fishermen say that they may grow over 46ft in length which … Continue reading

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The Mantas of Yap

The Mantas of Yap If you are lucky, you may have seen a manta or two while diving, but in the waters off the island of Yap, it’s not uncommon to see a dozen or so 12-18ft wide mantas slowly … Continue reading

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DiveGlide

DiveGlide…Exciting and Fun! DiveGlide is the latest device to get people hooked on water sports. It basically looks like a giant egg with detachable wings and a metal bar to hold on to. Inside the partly opened shell compartment 50lbs … Continue reading

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Scuba TANKS

Scuba TANKS For most divers the words scuba and tank used together in the same sentence refers to an air filled aluminum or steel cylinder. For those into creating artificial reefs, “scuba tanks” refer to former military machines capable of … Continue reading

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Sea Turtles; The Godfathers of Scuba Dive Magazines?

  Sea Turtle’s; The Godfathers of All Dive Magazines? Ever see a dive magazine without a single image of a sea turtle lurking somewhere between the pages? Not going to happen. They are there; just check again. At least one … Continue reading

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