Diving

What’s the Difference Between Technical Diving and Recreational Diving?

What’s the Difference Between Technical Diving and Recreational Diving?

6 October, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

If you’ve completed the Deep Diver course, you know a 100-foot / 30 metre dive is a rush but have you ever wondered what it’s like at 150 feet / 45 metres? This curiosity may prompt questions about technical diving, such as, what is the difference between tec diving and recreational diving? Here’s the good […]

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Why I Love Night Diving in Cyprus

Why I Love Night Diving in Cyprus

4 October, 2017 at 12:41 am Comments are Disabled

By guest blogger Alexandra Dimitriou Night diving in Cyprus is so different to diving in the day. You either love it or you hate it. It’s the Marmite of scuba and it just happens that I adore both. Night diving feels more intense, more concentrated and it’s way, way more fun. […]

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The Thistlegorm Project

The Thistlegorm Project

2 October, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

If this trailer has whet your appetite for discovering more about the 3D scanning of SS Thistlegorm in the Thistlegorm Project, then read on for our interview with Simon Brown… What exactly is the Thistlegorm project? The Thistlegorm Project is part of a wider maritime archaeology project called Presence in […]

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Adam Stern on His Performance at AIDA Depth Freediving World Championships

Adam Stern on His Performance at AIDA Depth Freediving World Championships

26 September, 2017 at 8:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo by Daan Verhoeven I was lucky enough to travel to Roatan with PADI AmbassaDiver Adam Stern and get an insight  into what it’s like to be at a World Championship event, as well as the life of a competitive freediver. Not only did Adam pick up a bronze medal […]

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Over the Horizon with Ellis Emmett

Over the Horizon with Ellis Emmett

20 September, 2017 at 8:38 am Comments are Disabled

Imagine spending six months on a boat, sailing thousands of nautical miles, suffering from sleep deprivation and sometimes illness, all while filming and editing a television show. This was Ellis Emmett’s life while filming his new show for Outside TV – Over The Horizon. “The key to mobile television production […]

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Simple mistakes you make when learning to dive (and how to avoid them)

Simple mistakes you make when learning to dive (and how to avoid them)

19 September, 2017 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

By guest blogger, Lisa from Fjords and Beaches I am a huge advocate for learning to dive, and believe it is an experience everyone should get to go through. I am constantly telling friends and family that they just have to do it, and am trying to convince everyone I […]

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