Clown Frogfish
21 May 2015

The Frogfish (Antennarius)

Sometimes "frogfishes" can be so ugly, but on other occasions they are the clowns of the sea .... I love it when they are "spawning" ....

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Titanic of the Adriatic Sea
17 May 2015

Titanic of the Adriatic Sea

Croatia is a country of spectacular diving possibilities; the diverse seabed of the Adriatic Sea attracts many tourists who enjoy the sights of the rich sea life. But the Adriatic is also known for its shipwrecks, some of them dating from Roman times; people have been sailing these waters for thousands of years. These wrecks, often preserved by corals and the fact that the t...

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tech-diving
8 May 2015

Should You Start Tech Diving

The basis of tech diving - Here I go through tech gear, skills, safety and a technical vs recreation ending.

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Tusa Splendive IV Prescription Mask
5 May 2015

Mask Review: TUSA Splendive IV with prescriptio...

Everyone has been there. You’re standing in front of a wall of shiny new masks and you can’t fight the urge to plunge your face into each and every mold with the deepest breath you can muster. Suctioning the mask to your face you proceed to mumble to your buddy, “How does it look?” Depending on the fit and the amount of practice you’ve had, the mask either stays put or almos...

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Stingray at dawn
30 April 2015

Grand Cayman diving, 365 days a year!

Diving in the Cayman Islands is among the best in the world! Living here, you sometimes take the excellent conditions for granted: excellent wall diving, superb shore exploration, visibility that can reach 30 meters/100 feet, colorful reefs, and a dive infrastructure that will take all stress away.

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title
27 April 2015

Raja Ampat: Nothing More Needs to Be Said

Raja Ampat in Indonesia, has always held a lot of fascination for me. Customers on their way there, or just back, were awestruck by the area. “Best in the diving in the world!” they’d say, but having dove for many years, I’ve heard that before…

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DPV_03-2
22 April 2015

Zip Diving in little cayman

Have you ever wished for a little extra boost underwater? Perhaps you are exhausted and your legs need a break or maybe you would like to further propel your fin kicks to keep pace with some elusive marine life. There are many reasons we find ourselves yearning for a little more oomph underwater, wishing we could hit an accelerator button. Well, that button exists, and one d...

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Another One.
14 April 2015

Manta Rays, The Gentle Giants

Manta rays are fantastic animals. Divers who had the chance to live an encounter say it’s an experience you can never forget. Having one of the largest brain of all fish, these animals are considered very intelligent, and it is believed they remember previous information, such as where to find the best feeding spots. Keep reading to discover more amazing facts about this whi...

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Sunken Plane
2 April 2015

Sunken Ships, Planes and magical caves - diving...

Diving and swimming through a shipwreck is usually a dream come true for most if not all divers. Within the Croatian Adriatic, especially around the Vis Island, there are numerous giant sunken ships that have stood the test of time right at the bottom of the sea.

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Diving Silfra
30 March 2015

My First Dry Suit Dive - Silfra, Iceland

As the North American and European continental plates move away from each other at about 2cm per year, in Iceland you can dive between them, touching both sides at the same time; but the water is 4C (39F)! I got dry suit certified while exploring this amazing dive site.

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