Tag Archives: Jacques Cousteau

Thailand’s Amazing Andaman Sea

Thailand’s Amazing Andaman Sea    You probably already have a good idea what Thailand is like. You may not know it, but over eighty films have been shot in Thailand, so if you’ve seen The Man with the Golden Gun, … Continue reading

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TRUK LAGOON

Truk Lagoon Why Dive A Wreck When You Can Dive An Entire Fleet?    Truk Lagoon, also called Chuuk Lagoon, is not your average dive site. It was known as the “Gilbralter of the Pacific” and by the end of … Continue reading

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What is Nitrox and why do most Scuba Divers use it?

More than 60 years ago when Jacques Yves Cousteau first introduced the concept of exploring the underwater world, viewers watched the Captain and his crew strap on tanks filled with air and the concept of SCUBA (Self Contained Underwater Breathing … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between SCUBA, snorkeling, free diving and spear fishing?

It’s a recreational activity enjoyed around the world. And something that a vast majority of people say they’ve “always wanted to try” – scuba diving. SCUBA is an acronym for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus. Divers enjoy the freedom of … Continue reading

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