Perhaps the next best thing to experiencing the wonder of life underwater is capturing those special moments on film to remember long after you’ve surfaced. Not only does photography serve as a reminder of the magic right below the water’s surface, it can also be a fun way to share […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
Its often the case that we try new things by chance, and so it was with the OCEAN REEF full face mask (FFM) and integrated communications. Having completed my Tec Sidemount course and with a few dives left before I was needed in Sharm el Sheikh for the PADI Business Academy, […]Read more ›
Diving Rebreathers Guest Blogger:Vikki Batten I have been a recreational rebreather diver for three years now, but I have been a technical CCR diver since 1999! Like many of the “old guard” I started rebreather diving because I reached the limits of open circuit. The caves I wanted to explore […]Read more ›
Having freshly completed my recreational sidemount course and with a week of dive time still ahead of me, I decided why not take the next step and do my PADI Tec40 course. I’d already learnt and felt comfortable with gas management on my sidemount course and with these skills still fresh in […]Read more ›
PADI Wreck Diver Nature provides plenty to see on any dive, but man has also left behind an enormous supply of things to explore underwater. Wreck diving is an exciting way to combine your passion for diving with a truly unusual view of history. With wreck diving sites dotted around […]Read more ›