Ocean Gardener 4 – 9 Tips to Help Protecting Sharks
save sharks

When people hear someone shouting “Shark!”, most of them will hurry up like roadrunner and are not seen again. Others imagine images from some scary and bloody old movies. Not divers though. We divers don’t fear sharks. Divers are different! Probably we are some of the few living being on the planet that instead of […]

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Technical Diving Myths – True or False?
Technical Diving

For many divers technical diving is like an icon, a myth. But why do people feel that way? At our Technical Diving School we offer recreational divers the possibility to try Technical Diving. Some of the most common reasons why divers tell us they don’t want to try are: “It’s too dangerous for me.”, followed by […]

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Ocean Gardener 3 – 11 Tips To Start Helping Coral Reefs Right Now
Coral Reefs

Corals are some of the most spectacular creatures that inhabit our planet. They are, partly animal, partly stone, partly plant. Some are so small that they measure only two millimetres, but all together they form the coral reefs, structures that can become visible, even from space. Today, continuing with our Become An Ocean Gardener Series, we […]

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Decision making: Diving when it rains
Scuba legends - Diving in the rain

  Is it OK to go diving when it rains?  How can rain affect to our dive? Obviously, the problem is not getting wet with the rain, because we will end up wet any way. But, even so, this is a very good question. Unfortunately, it is not a simple question that can be answered with […]

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Dive Center Reviews – Learn to Read Between Lines
Scuba Legends

THE STORY OF O JOHN SMITH John Smith is the manager of an insurance company . He discovered diving few years ago during a vacation in Cancun. While not a dive addict,  John usually makes a couple of dives during his vacations. John has been waiting all winter long for his well deserved vacation. He is willing to enjoy a relaxing time under […]

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Important – Suunto Product Recall
Sunnto Recall

SUUNTO WIRELESS TANK PRESSURE TRANSMITTER AND SUUNTO TANK POD Suunto has just released a warning for all the users of all Suunto and Suunto Tank PODs wireless pressure transmitters. All the owners of a Suunto or Tank POD wireless pressure transmitter are required to take their products to a Suunto dealer or authorized Suunto Service […]

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17 Amazing Facts About Octopuses You Can’t Miss
Curious facts about the octopus

Octopus. A very strange creature. No bones and eight legs. For centuries the sailors have looked down at the deep seas with fear. Fear of meeting horrible creatures. Many stories were written about giant octopuses lurking in the depths and attacking unwary sailors and plunging their ships with only the strength of their legs. What […]

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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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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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