BCDs
14 June 2014

BCDs Part 1

The buoyancy control device, or BCD, is a key component of any scuba diving kit. It allows a diver to add and release air to control buoyancy; it secures the tank and provides pockets and D-rings to attach and carry accessories like flashlights, emergency signalling devices and more.

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Dive Computer
5 June 2014

Demystifying Dive Computers Part 2

Part 2 on dive computers - what to look for and what you need to know to use a dive computer safely.

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Diving With A Metal Detector
18 April 2014

Scuba Diving With a Metal Detector

Turn your next underwater escapade into a treasure-hunting adventure...

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Title
12 April 2014

Diving In The Netherlands

With a coast that stretches along the whole length of the country, interesting hydraulic waterworks, and lakes and rives all across the land, The Netherlands has a lot to offer the recreational diver and technical diver alike.

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9 April 2014

Diving Australia and the Great Barrier Reef

Australia, a country that covers an entire continent, has a lot of excellent opportunities for diving. Stretched out in the Coral Sea, just off the coast of Queensland lies the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef.

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Dive one
6 April 2014

Scuba Diving UK

The island nation of the UK has a coastline that comes to over 11,000 miles long when combined with the rest of Ireland, so it stands to reason that scuba diving is a popular and interesting pastime. With such a varied landscape in the UK, each of the dives sites are equally as unique, with unusual and interesting marine life to discover, and exciting histories to explore.

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31 March 2014

Demystifying Dive Computers Part 1

The most mystical and confusing piece of dive gear is probably the dive computer. Here’s a summary on what they do, how they do it, why you want one, and what to look for in dive computers.

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Superior Producer
10 March 2014

Curacao Diving

Diving in Curaçao offers a great variety of dive sites, as well as a choice of boat and shore dives. A nice selection of walls, coral gardens, caves, and wrecks make sure that diving Curaçao never gets boring.

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Blacktip Reef Shark
23 February 2014

Adapt or Die: Hybrid Sharks and Climate Change

Multiple generations of the first interbred sharks were found off the east coast of Australia. It is believed that the hybridization between the Australian blacktip and the common blacktip enables the sharks to adapt to environmental changes.

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Into the Blue
17 February 2014

The Economics of Conservation Part 2

A continuation of my thoughts on the impact diving has on local communities and environments.

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