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Scuba Diving – Your Gateway into Exploring The Beautiful Underwater World and Depths Unknown

Scuba diving provides an exciting look into an underwater world that many people never experience. It can be a fun extra activity on a vacation or can serve as the primary reason for traveling to one of the many seas and oceans of the world. By engaging in this unique sport, you can gain insight into the wide variety of undersea fish and coral while enjoying adventures into places which would be otherwise unreachable.

For those seeking unique experiences and profound scenery, there is nothing that comes close to the experience of scuba diving. Below the surface besides all the brightly patterned (some even polka dots) and beautifully colored fishes of various shapes and sizes, flora and coral of every color and shape imaginable, you might encounter eels, aquatic mammals like dolphins and manatees, and maybe even stingrays, giant pelagic, and roaming sharks depending on where you dive. Most divers become hooked on this sport and travel the world to explore the seas.

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San Diego Unparalleled – America’s Supreme Diving City

Dec 12, 2013
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San Diego Unparalleled – America’s Supreme Diving City

Many divers from San Diego can come across as annoying when diving in other locations. The constant comparison of their home diving spots to where they are abroad could easily bother the locals. But with the wonders and variety offered in San Diego, they have good reason to brag. EXPLORING WRECK ALLEY San Diego is a wreck enthusiast’s dream. A col­lection of purpose-sunk ships forms world-famous Wreck Alley that is headlined by the HCMS Yukon. This 366-foot Canadian...

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Awesome Drift Dives Around the World

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Nov 28, 2013
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Awesome Drift Dives Around the World

At some point in every diver’s life, there comes a need for speed. This is when many turn to the option of drift diving rather swimming into the current.  “Going with the flow”, of the current that is, the entire dive gives them speed that otherwise is unheard of. There are many places throughout the globe that are excellent locations to drift freely. In this two part series, we’ll look at some spots known to be a drift divers dream. Let’s dive right into it.   TUMAKO...

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In the Deep – Bermuda

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Nov 21, 2013
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In the Deep – Bermuda

In the history of deep sea exploration, Bermuda has always ranked pretty high on the charts, although technical scuba and rebreather diving is completely new there. Otis Barton and William Beebe made history in 1934 as they descended a record-breaking 3,000 feet in their crude metal bathysphere.  Following in the footsteps of a more recent, unmanned ROV, sent out by Dr. Thomas M. Iliffe to find hidden caves underwater in Bermuda as part of a National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administrat...

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Some of the Best Tips for Avoiding Motion Sickness

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Nov 15, 2013
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Some of the Best Tips for Avoiding Motion Sickness

Taking a cruise or being a on a liveaboard for diving can be one of the most rewarding experiences. However, suffering from motion sickness could put a damper on your plans of exploration.  But never fear.  Below are 11 faithfully tested and highly acclaimed ways to fight against it. Feed your body. For most people, an empty stomach is a more sensitive stomach. It is recommended that you should load up on carbs 45 to 60 minutes before you embark on your journey.  Also include some p...

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Florida’s Unforgettable Wreck Diving

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Oct 21, 2013
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Florida’s Unforgettable Wreck Diving

When divers dream of Florida, their first thoughts are usually of coral reefs in the Keys, or Gulf Stream drifts off the Atlantic coast. But if a road trip is involved, the drive all the way down to The Keys can be a bit too long for divers from the central states.  One option to consider is doing some wreck diving in Florida’s northern Gulf beaches. Dallas, Indianapolis and Cincinnati are all within a long day's drive, while it's another 800 miles to Key West. Distance isn't the only reason ...

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