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Heather (heather) Heather is a recreational scuba diver from Boulder, Colorado far inland from the clear blue Caribbean where she loves to dive. Her academic background is Environmental Biology and Geology. Professionally she is a writer and blogger. She is ever passionate about the planet's oceans, its marine life and the role humanity plays in shaping this small blue world. She imagines that scuba diving is the closest thing to a spacewalk that she will experience in this lifetime.
Henry Jager (HenryJager) Henry Jager is a passionate underwater and wildlife photographer with an incredible sense for an unexpected view on the subjects. In 2012, he has been awarded "Grand Master of Underwaterphotography" at "www.underwaterphotography.com". He won gold medal at the world biggest fotosalon, the "Trierenberger Super Circuit" 2011 cat. "Nature" with his Sardines Tornado, was finalist at "The Open" 2012 and achieved recognitions by "National Geographic" Germany and International. www.conartix-photo.ch PADI Deep Diver
Indah Susanti (indahs) A seasonal traveler and scuba diver with camera. Her works have been exhibited and published. She is also a part time blogger on travel, dive trips and writing monthly blog article on marine life and marine conservation. Please visit her website for her blog post and photography.
Ivan Nouvilas Valldeperes (IvanNouvilas) Underwater photographer and nature lover. (@longimanus777 in Instagram) PADI Divemaster
Jack Connick (JackConnick) I own Seattle's underwater camera store, Optical Ocean Sales. We're a dealer for all major brands. We dive and sell underwater cameras, housings, trays, arms, strobes, and other underwater photography products. I have more than 1300 dives in 10 countries around the world and lead dive trips at least twice a year.
Jami Feldman (underwaterpaparazzi) I'm a southern California photographer, scuba addict, & Divemaster. I can't live without cameras, sharpies, scuba gear, dark chocolate, 35mm film, travel and ice cream. In no particular order. PADI Divemaster
Jamie Hayes (jchayes) I am a marine biologist and enthusiast of all things oceanic. Whether snorkeling, diving, surfing, or sailing, I'm always excited to get in the water. I learned to dive in the beautiful waters of a Fijian lagoon, on Gau Island. Since then, my diving has taken me from cenotes in the Mexican Riviera Maya to the frigid waters off Rhode Island. I've found that no matter where you dive, there exists a separate and fascinating universe just under the surface.
Jasmine Wei (projectseahorse) PADI Open Water Diver
Jenny Griffin (jennygriffin) I am a former Marine Biologist and Environmental Educator turned environmental writer. I cover a broad range of environmental and conservation issues, but I have a particular interest in climate change, ocean science and marine conservation topics, along with a strong desire to create awareness of pressing environmental issues. I am the Founder of EcologixMedia.com and EcologyMatters.org, and manage the Ocean Impacts pages at ClimateEmergencyInstitute.com.
Lake dive, divers car park next to the shore (7€).
Sometimes good visibility but often 3m only.
You can download the map online, lines are set from different points. Very good training for orientation with compass.
It goes slowly to 40 m, muddy ground, don’t touch it too much otherwise you will be in a filthy cloud.
There are a lot of objects, like truck cabins, boats, tubes and various object to explore also between 20m.
Surface water temp change with seasons but under 20m it’s always 4 to 8 deg.
In WE you can also fill with air.
Tom, his father and the crew are good people ready to help and make you enjoy the beauty of the croatian sea/ iland.
We did a one week cruise to wrecks and deep walls.
the wrecks are exeptionnal.
Food is good, cabin high standarts, oxi and helium on demands.
B17 bomber and Francesca di Rimini are greate
Near Marina Corta is the diving center la Gorgonia.
With Pino and Michele you will discover the beauties of the eolian ilands.
I did my first steps there and they gave me the passion for the underwater.
Ask Pino for an advice, if you need a course or only a boat to drop you somewhere I'm sure he will help you out!
Nice place & good people for sure