Underwater Poker
17 January 2014

Underwater Poker Dives

Why a collaboration between the card game, Poker, and the underwater sport works.

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The Right-Fitted Mask
7 January 2014

The Right-Fitting Mask

Most of our customers leave with not only a mask, but snorkels to go with it. I thought it would be great to share a few things to look out for when shopping for masks and snorkels. I’ll talk about masks in this blog, and follow up with information about snorkels in the next one.

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Back To The Boat
17 December 2013

Underwater Photography: Mindset Development Part 3

Stay organized before, during, and after your photo dives! Develop a mindset to decrease disturbing factors and maximize photographic results. Part 3 of the series: After the photo dive.

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Bottlenose dolphin in Cardigan Bay
12 December 2013

How to take the plunge and help UK dolphins

The United Kingdom may not be large, but it has a surprising number of cetacean species - whales, dolphins and harbour porpoises - living in or regularly visiting its coastal waters. The marine research charity Sea Watch Foundation has been studying them for more than 20 years and is looking to harness the help of scuba divers to record and send in their sightings.

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Whale Shark
10 December 2013

Whale Sharks: The Misunderstood Giants

Whale sharks are becoming increasingly popular nowadays. Their gentle nature and incredible size make them a beacon for tourism; however, these creatures are relatively unknown. It is easy to be frightened when the largest fish - and shark - in the ocean comes idling by, but these animals are only interested in the finer things in life.

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Luxury Diving
1 December 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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Shark reef
26 November 2013

Shark Reef

Some dive sites are really, really special. Regardless of how many times you've dived a particular site, every time you know you are in for some new revelation. Or some surprise. Or something very exciting. And no matter how often you dive there, as soon as you get out of the water, you always feel you want to dive "at least" one more time... Shark Reef is one of these speci...

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Keeping Up
20 November 2013

Fins 102

Fins Part 2. Split fins, angled fins, and how to find the best fit.

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Nets? Hmmmm.
18 November 2013

The Biggest Dangers Divers Face: Part 2

Diving is a great hobby and pastime that we all love, but we should never forget that we are entering a foreign habitat - a place of existence within which we have not evolved into being. Part 2 of the dangers that can await divers below the surface.

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So Many to Choose From
14 November 2013

Fins 101

Fins are clearly an important part of any dive gear kit. We use fins to extend the length of our legs and add surface area so we can move more efficiently through the water. But walk into any dive shop and the walls are covered in different types of fins. How do you decide what’s best for you? Here is part 1 of this overview on fins.

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