New Scuba Diving Guinness World Record

On the 24th of April, a Turkish diver set a new world record for the longest open water dive in cold water. Cem Karabay broke a new Guinness World Record. He began his submarine attempt on April 23 and set a Guinness world record with 30 hours and 20 minutes early on April 24 at […]

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Be An Ocean Gardener 1 – Respect The Garden
Ocean Gardener

Our oceans suffer. We are loosing their underwater wonders. More and more the number of their inhabitants vanishes as if, pursued by a curse, nothing could be done to avoid a fateful destiny. Some Organizations state that without a change, in 2050 the oceans will be empty of life, full of plastic. It seems that the battle […]

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Buoyancy Sessions 4 – Improve your trim
Improve your trim

With our article Introduction to trim you understood how does your trim affect both buoyancy and efficient air consumption. Now it’s time to get into it. Your trim depends basically on the weight distribution and, to a small extent, on the position of your body. You are looking for a perfect balance that allows you to remain in a […]

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The amazing parrot fish

A white sand beach merges with a turquoise sea on a dreamy sunset. Where does all this beautiful, soft, white sand come from? In tropical and subtropical areas one of the main suppliers of sand is neither Neptune nor a beached mermaid, but it is the amazing parrotfish. This incredible fish, often ignored by divers, contributes 80% […]

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Buoyancy Sesions 3: Introduction to trim

Previously (check our previous buoyancy sessions) you learnt how to be proper weighted and to perform a perfect descent . Once at the bottom, it is time to decide in which position will you swim. That “small” decision is more important that what may seem. Today we introduce you a new word: The Trim. Trim. An unknown word […]

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After 60 hours lost in a cave, they find him… Alive!

Saturday 15th of April. “Sa Piqueta”, Mallorca (Spain). One of the largest caves systems in Europe That Saturday, as usual, Francisco Gràcia,  was surveying the cave. Suddenly Francisco realised that he had not enough air to reach the exit. He decided to wait in one of the “domos” (an air cavity inside the cave) while the […]

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The Coral Triangle: Muck Diving Destination
Macro Diving Scuba Diving Gran Canaria

Who doesn’t dream of a whale shark encounter while diving? Or dream of shoals of mantas, pods of dolphins, solitary sharks, and graceful whales? But who dreams of the small creatures? It’s not only encounters with big animals that will make your dive spectacular. Muck diving  refer to locations where macro species tend to gather, […]

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The South Seas – A Destination To Be Discovered
Scuba Legends, Gran Canaria, SCuba Diving

R.L. Stevenson once wrote about French Polynesia that it is a place hard to reach, a place hard to live but even harder to leave. For years, this stunning region of the South Pacific attracted countless ocean explorers, including perhaps the most famous, Captain Cook. Its numerous atolls and rich polynesian culture captivated the dreams of […]

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