Dive Lights
17 January 2015

A Little Ray of Sunshine In Your Hand: Understa...

Dive lights aren't just for night dives: if you carry a light, you'll see bright and natural colors wherever the current takes you... and maybe a few giant creatures lurking under shadowy ledges. This quick guide will tell you what you need to know before buying a light.

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Wall
12 January 2015

Sipadan Island, A Diver's Heaven

Sipadan Island - a magical little speck on the world map of Scuba Diving.

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Up close and personal
5 January 2015

5 Basics of Shark Diving

Before going on a shark adventure, there are some things you need to know to make it a great experience for you and the sharks!

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Coral Outcrop, Flynn Reef
1 January 2015

Ocean Acidification: Causes and Consequences

Ocean acidification is having a dire impact on marine organisms and ecosystems in oceans all over the world. Lets take a closer look at how ocean acidification threatens coral reefs, marine productivity, and life as we know it - both in the oceans and on land.

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Golden Jellyfish
27 December 2014

Jellyfish Lake in Palau

Snorkel with millions of non-stinging jellyfish in Palau's Jellyfish Lake.

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Sardines Tornado
24 December 2014

Pescador Island - A Small Island Full of Surprises

Pescador is a small Island in the west of the Moalboal. Diving there will surprise you in any season. The mystical and spooky cathedral is worth a dive for its own. And we all remember the fantastic school of sardines. Will they come back again one time?

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Scubaspa Ying
23 December 2014

ScubaSpa, An Innovative Touch On Liveaboard Diving

An overview of my most recent liveaboard experience onboard ScubaSpa Ying in the Maldives & what it means for the Industry.

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John Dory around a lost gill net
21 December 2014

Jewels of the Mediterranean winter: the John Dory

During winter, you can bet the Costa Brava waters won’t be crystal clear and tropical warm. Usually, there's low visibility (less than 5 m) and really cold water, 11-13ºC (38-40F). But for those who dare to dive during winter, the sea may reward them with some of its hidden jewels: the John Dory

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Helmut Gurnard
19 December 2014

Lembeh Strait: Diving with the “Aliens”

Everyone has their first time did something special and keep that moment for life. So does a scuba diver. During my diving trip, I have encountered several first time moments that made me smile every time remember those days. From the first time diving with tens sharks, to a long dive with mantas. And in Lembeh strait is the place where for the first time I encountered the a...

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Open Wide!
16 December 2014

Kona's Manta Ray Night Dive

Nightly, off the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, divers congregate and light up a stage set for manta rays. Coming in to feed on the plankton gathered by the lights, 8-12ft mantas do a beautiful ballet-like dance for as long as the divers and their lights will stay.

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