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Mountain River diving in the Verzasca

Mountain River diving in the Verzasca

23 June, 2013 at 2:14 am Comments are Disabled

Tucked away on the other side of some formidable mountain passes (still closed in June this year due to snow) and long road tunnels sits the Italian part of Switzerland – The canton of  Ticino. The change from one side of the mountains to the other can be drastic, not just from […]

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ScubaEarth Power User Roel Schulting

ScubaEarth Power User Roel Schulting

22 May, 2013 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Like many PADI Pros, Roel Schulting always had an interest in the underwater world. Raised in The Netherlands, he completed his open water and advanced training in water that was 7 degrees Celsius /44 degrees Fahrenheit. After taking a break from diving after college, Roel picked it up again “with […]

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Destination Russia – Diving to experience

Destination Russia – Diving to experience

4 May, 2013 at 11:09 am Comments are Disabled

I’m sure that before you starting reading this post Russia never came to mind as a place to go dive.   Sure it will never be a mass market dive destination, but I’m sure it will grow as one of those destinations that is the scuba equivalent of backcountry.   You […]

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5 Awesome Things You Can Do On ScubaEarth

5 Awesome Things You Can Do On ScubaEarth

24 April, 2013 at 3:48 pm Comments are Disabled

Whether you’ve only got a few dives under your belt or you’re a seasoned pro, ScubaEarth is a great resource for all things scuba. Every day there’s something new to discover and explore on the site, and because content is created by users, you’ll be joining an online community of […]

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Diving Southern Spain

Diving Southern Spain

23 April, 2013 at 12:17 am Comments are Disabled

Diving in Southern Spain Locate a PADI Dive Shop in Southern Spain For years I’ve been travelling to Southern Spain on family holidays and then to visit my parents who had moved there, and I never gave a thought to the diving opportunities that might be afforded there. Granted this […]

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Wreck Diving Art

Wreck Diving Art

27 March, 2013 at 4:00 am Comments are Disabled

When you think of wreck diving: powdered wigs and opulent feasts may not be the first things that come to mind. But photographer and digital artist Andreas Franke blends two aspects of humanity’s past in a striking and unexpected way.   The Vandenberg Project Franke’s project, The Sinking World, first […]

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