Tiny and Highly Camouflaged
22 March 2014

Critter Crazy in St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Known as the "Critter Capital of the Caribbean", St. Vincent and the Grenadines brims with unusual and fanciful creatures. Few places in the Caribbean have such diversity in marine life; SVG offers easy diving and perfect critter hunting conditions.

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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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Huge Sponges Dominate the Reef
7 March 2014

Grenada Diving

Above water, Grenada is famed for being the 'Spice Isle' - lush rain forests with great hiking, rare flora and tropical fauna. Below water, the island is renowned as the 'Shipwreck Capital of the Caribbean', distinguished by amazing wrecks and the world-famous Sculpture Park. With so much to offer, both onshore and underwater, it is the perfect destination to visit on your d...

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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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Diving the skytrain
11 February 2014

A Diver's Attraction to Turkey

A country of great cultural heritage and a popular holiday destination for the European market, Turkey also makes for an attractive dive destination. Turkey dive sites offer a vast variety of wrecks, reefs, caves, and walls.

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The Flipside of Paradise
20 January 2014

The Economics of Conservation Part 1

The firts of a series of articles that analyzes the impact of Scuba Divers on local communities, eco systems and environment.

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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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Fire Coral
4 January 2014

Dangerous Sea Creatures Encountered While Scuba...

Keep your hands and fins to yourself! Potentially venomous creatures abound within competitive coral reef ecosystems. Most species are harmless if you leave them alone. One of the most important scuba diving rules is to simply not touch anything.

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