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Saving The Oceans: 'Robocop' In The Water And Other Cutting-Edge Technology It has become increasingly clear that our oceans are in trouble. Water temperatures are rising, Arctic ice is melting. Our oceans and even some of their inhabitants are drowning in plastic. Coral reefs are 'bleaching' and species are disappearing.
Red Sea liveaboard Whirlwind hits pinnacle, ends up on sandbank in lagoon The award-winning Red Sea liveaboard Whirlwind was left sitting at an angle on a shallow sandbank after hitting a pinnacle and causing damage to the hull as it left its moorings last week.
Whirlwind hits trouble in Red Sea Red Sea liveaboard Whirlwind, part of the Tornado Marine Fleet, was damaged when it struck a pinnacle on Thursday, 15 August, and divers aboard later had to be evacuated.
FORCE BLUE And Sea Of Change Team Up Against Toxic Sunscreen FORCE BLUE and Sea of Change Foundation have teamed up to urge consumers to make environmentally aware choices when purchasing sunscreen.
Some Rest for the Wicked Mrs Thomson and I just returned from our summer scuba diving trip to an undisclosed location. It was our first time at this particular place, though not our first time in that area, and since it is owned by the same people who run our favorite, we had a great holiday.
Preserving America's Underwater Battlefield: U-85 In an effort to honor the service and sacrifice of those lost during the Battle of the Atlantic, NOAA in 2019 will release a draft proposal to expand the boundaries of Monitor National Marine Sanctuary to include a nationally significant collection of shipwrecks that currently have little or no legal protection.
The Deepest Man In The World Freediving In Dahab This week's video features the deepest self-propelled man in the world - the golden suited Alexey Molchanov - having some fun in the waters off Dahab in Egypt at the Lighthouse dive site. Filmed by Daan Verhoeven. What is Video of the Week brought to you by Paralenz?
Marlin Hunt Think you’ve seen it all under water and ready for new thrills? HENLEY SPIERS found a hot contender in the new-thrills category recently, off Mexico’s Pacific coast.
Villages Scuba Club enjoys diving adventures on north shore of Grand Cayman A group of 18 members and friends of The Villages Scuba Club recently spent a week at Cobalt Coast Resort on the north shore of Grand Cayman. Those in attendance completed up to 20 dives per person, including night dives. Popular sightings included eagle rays, hawksbill turtles, nurse sharks, moray eels, trunkfish and more.
O'Three T-Shirts Diving exposure suits specialist O'Three has two new T-shirts to wear between dives. They come in navy or grey and, according to O'Three, are "Earth positive and climate neutral", so you can feel good about wearing them. They cost £20.
Global Scuba Diving Regulators Market Analysis, Opportunities and Trends 2019 - 2025 This report presents the worldwide Scuba Diving Regulators market size, splits the breakdown, by manufacturers, region, type and application.
Best muck diving in the Coral Triangle However, over the last decade, more and more divers have been looking beyond the coral and exploring the best muck diving in the coral triangle. With this area home to greatest biodiversity and some of the most exotic marine critters on the planet it is easy to see why.
Life-saving seconds: New scuba gear helps Traverse City Fire Department dive team GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., - Seven Traverse City firefighters took turns diving into the Best Western pool Friday afternoon. The gear they are wearing is called Rapid Diver Unit. "This isn't to search, it's not to go down and do anything other than to safely bring someone up to the surface," said Capt.
First and Second Stage Scuba Regulator Market Growth Opportunities, Driving Factors by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast Analysis Global "First and Second Stage Scuba Regulator Market" research report 2019 covers an introduction on new trends which will guide the companies role-play within the First and Second Stage Scuba Regulator Industry to know the market and create the strategies for their business growth accordingly.
Murex Dive Resorts Offering 50% Off Christmas And New Year Family Bookings In Sulawesi For those who want to get away for Christmas and New Year's, Murex Dive Resorts is offering a 50% discount to families during December 2019 and January 2020. The offer is valid at Murex Bangka and Murex Manado in North Sulawesi. The offer applies to families with children who are attending school or in full-time education.
Underwater Photographer of the Week: Joe Daniels Joe is an award-winning underwater photographer and author. His passion for underwater photography developed through his love for the marine world which began from a very young age. In 2007, Joe volunteered on marine conservation project in the Seychelles.
Z Cam Announces E2-F6 and E2-F8 6K and 8K Cinema Cameras Z Cam has officially released two full-frame 6K E2-F6 and 8K E2-F8 cinema cameras, which are now available for preorder. Unveiled during NAB 2019, the new models are budget high-resolution versions of the Chinese company's pro-level E2 4K cinema camera.
California Glory: Our Coastal Kelp Forests California divers are lucky that giant kelp, the largest kelp in the world, grows off our coast. With sunlight sparkling down through the canopy swimming through a kelp forest is an awesome experience, as magical as driving through a redwood forest on land.
What happens at the Scuba Show in Long Beach? Have you ever been to the Scuba Show? This is my 4th year attending the show and I love it! It is like going into the candy store and seeing all of your favorite flavors. I walk the aisles and remember great past scuba trips and make a list of where I want to go underwater next!
EISA 2019 Award Winners Announced The European Imaging and Sound Association has announced its yearly photography gear award winners-and as you might have expected, nearly all of the hottest mirrorless models get a nod.
Training Fundamentals: Dangerous Dive Sites Why do some places have a reputation for danger, and should we dive there? Statistically, diving is very safe. Divers Alert Network releases statistics and has made it their mission to promote dive safety through research, education, products and diving services.
Utila Dive Center: Is it the best tech diving centre in Honduras? Stuart Philpott gets down and technical with the late Andy Philips at Utila Dive Center.
10 Best Scuba Diving Websites Worth Diving Into; Scuba News & Articles There are a ton of scuba diving websites out there. Including ours, of course. But let's face it, there is alot of junk out there too. We have visited more scuba diving websites than we care to count. However, there are some that stand out above the rest.
Dive & Travel In Tulum, Mexico's Number 1 Diving Spot Casa Cenote is located 10kms north of Tulum and it connects one of the longest underwater Cave Systems in the world Nohoch-Na-Chich with the ocean. It is one of the few surface rivers on the Yucatan Peninsula. Casa Cenote gives the diver the feeling of diving underneath the jungle.
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