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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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Red-Lipped Batfish
30 October 2014

Red-lipped Batfish-A Strange Alien Ready for a ...

Some fish look like drifting pieces of seaweed. Some fish look like chunks of rough coral. But only one fish looks like a strange alien ready for a night on the town.

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7common mistakes
27 October 2014

7 Common Digital Marketing Mistakes Made by Div...

An overview of 7 clear cut erroneous ways to self-market, which I have observed in studying the Scuba Industry over the last 2-3 years along with actionable insights into how they can be avoided.

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Discover Rare and Unusual Fish Life
24 October 2014

Diving in Trinidad and Tobago

Tobago is the smaller sister island to Trinidad; making up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Grenada lies to the north, with Trinidad and Venezuela the closest in the southwest. Scarborough is the capital of the island and a Mecca for divers, hikers, and bird watchers.

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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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Barclayan Camp
18 October 2014

The Stairway Foundation (Part 3), The Baclayan ...

The third installment of the Stairway Foundation story, highlighting Baclayan Camp.

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Feeding Frenzy-Manta Rays of the Maldives
15 October 2014

Hanifaru Bay, in the Context of Marine Conserva...

Continuing my analysis on the conservation of Manta Rays, in this article I will shift my focus a little bit onto the Maldives and why conservation of Mantas in the Maldives is a different ball game.

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Mating Mandarinfish
12 October 2014

Mandarinfish-The Courtship Dance

On the reefs of the Pacific, twilight marks the beginning of the mandarinfish courtship dance. A male begins dancing, and if he’s desirable, an interested female will join. Just before the sun sets, the two fish will rise up out of the reef together to mate, cheek-to-cheek.

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Out from the Shadows
9 October 2014

Diving Nasau, The Bahamas-The Land of the Shall...

The Bahamas is made up of over 3,000 islands, islets and cays, and 180,000 square miles of ocean space. Most of the tourism and traffic in and out of the Bahamas takes place around its larger islands, residing in the northeastern part of the island nation.

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Watch your back
6 October 2014

Dive Sites in the Cayman Islands

Consisting of Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, diving Cayman Islands offers something different every day, literally, because since November 2012 the islands offer exactly 365 official dive sites in total.

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