Diving

Plan Your Red Sea Adventure Virtually

Plan Your Red Sea Adventure Virtually

3 June, 2018 at 7:58 am Comments are Disabled

Egypt and the Red Sea offer an abundance of diving opportunities, from coral walls and pinnacles teeming with life to historic wrecks and pelagic encounters. Whether you have a trip to the Red Sea already on the calendar or are looking for inspiration to plan your next dive holiday, the […]

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Join a Growing Tribe of Freedivers Exploring the Best of British Waters

Join a Growing Tribe of Freedivers Exploring the Best of British Waters

31 May, 2018 at 1:48 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Sarah Russell As wild swimmers, surfers and kayakers (among other water-sporting types), we’re no stranger to getting wet and wild along the Great British coast. If you haven’t hobbled around, one foot in your wetsuit, while getting whiplash from the wind and rain, who are you right? But […]

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World Traveler Aaron Phillips Learns to Scuba Dive

World Traveler Aaron Phillips Learns to Scuba Dive

30 May, 2018 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Aaron Phillips doesn’t spend much time in front of the TV. As the man behind Life Survival, an outdoor program that combines conservation with adventure, he’s made it his life mission to keep as many people off the couch as possible. By sharing his wild adventures with his loyal followers, […]

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Pushing Past Claustrophobia for First-Time Divers

Pushing Past Claustrophobia for First-Time Divers

30 May, 2018 at 12:40 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Arti Jalan I’d been thinking of going diving for years. The underwater world fascinated me, but my intense claustrophobia had me terrified. About a month ago, I found myself on the beaches of Nusa Lembongan, in Indonesia. Somehow, my friend convinced me to take the Discover Scuba® Diving […]

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Doctor’s Orders – Becoming Adaptive Buddies for Patients

Doctor’s Orders – Becoming Adaptive Buddies for Patients

17 May, 2018 at 9:56 am Comments are Disabled

  In April, the Cody Unser First Step Foundation (CUFSF) and a team of medical professionals from Kennedy Krieger Institute, a facility that works with youth dealing with disabilities and disorders, set their “out of office” notices and headed for Key Largo. The goal: To learn to dive in order […]

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How Scuba Diving Forms Family Bonds

How Scuba Diving Forms Family Bonds

10 May, 2018 at 10:22 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Jen and Ben McClure A glance at a recent weekend:  It’s a page out of anyone’s journal – except that it’s different. These aren’t friends from college, the neighborhood or church. Most of these friends aren’t even people we see for more than a couple weeks a year […]

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