Whale shark
12 January 2014

Diving Galapagos, Ecuador

In reality, most divers come to Ecuador to dive the Galapagos Islands. With that said, this is one of the most unique dive locations in the world, with species here that you will see literally nowhere else on earth.

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Barbie Cave
18 March 2013

Cenote Dos Ojos, Cancun, Mexico

A round-the-world dive pilgrimage to re-visit the place that inspired me to dive many years ago: Dos Ojos, a huge limestone cavern complex near Cancún in Mexico. A long way to travel to discover an underwater Barbie doll.

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2 November 2014

Dive Sites in India

The best diving in India is the hardest to get to, in Andaman and Lakshadweep. However, for those a bit tight on time, Goa and Pondy are perfectly good fun, and both are really affordable places to do your open water certification.

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A Special Welcome
21 October 2014

Diving in Ireland - the Island of Contrasts

Ireland’s main diving will be found along the Atlantic west coast; however there are a plethora of good wreck dives accessible from Dublin and a good number of inlands lakes worthy of a visit. There is some excellent shore diving all along the west coast and beyond.

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Diver Exploring the Reef
27 September 2014

Papua New Guinea Diving

Papua New Guinea is a rare gem: a pristine dive destination that has not been overrun by tour boats and dive liveaboards.

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Luxury Diving
1 October 2013

The Luxury Diving Experience

Are you a good-time diver? Always looking for somebody to carry and clean your kit? Like a gourmet lunch between dives? Then read on.

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Fungi, the dolphin
1 March 2013

Diving Dingle Bay

Braving the chilly Atlantic waters to experience a mob of thornback ray and a star appearance by Fungi the Dolphin himself!

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Diving with Children
2 April 2013

Child's Play: Diving with Kids

When are you old enough to dive? Taking a 12 and 14 year old diving for the first time.

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Group Safety Stop
2 March 2013

Mishaps and Misfortunes

From novice to know-it-all: some of the calamities that befall a rookie diver, from underwater panic attacks to losing your regulator and being rescued by your buddy.

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