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Spotlight on Andaman Islands – A Mission Blue Hope Spot

Spotlight on Andaman Islands – A Mission Blue Hope Spot

6 July, 2017 at 8:42 pm Comments are Disabled

Photos supplied by Vikas Nairi In the Bay of Bengal, between the Indian peninsula and Myanmar lies the Andaman Islands – a vast and mostly uninhabited archipelago. The Islands may be India’s most remote state, but they, like many places in our world, are still largely vulnerable to the impacts […]

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My PADI Story: PADI Instructor Joydev Paik

My PADI Story: PADI Instructor Joydev Paik

21 June, 2017 at 10:13 pm Comments are Disabled

Guest article by Joydev Paik  In 2005, I was studying at the Bengali-medium school on Havelock Island, and Barefoot Scuba was organising an ecology-quiz for the local students. The winners were to be presented with the opportunity to go for a free Discover Scuba Dive. I won. That is where my […]

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Diving into the Record Books

Diving into the Record Books

7 February, 2017 at 2:40 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo by Absolute Scuba Have you ever wondered what it takes to form a chain of 182 people underwater? Well recently, the Chrysalis Entrepreneur Forum found out as they went after the Guinness World Record for the Longest Human Chain Underwater.  Determined to demonstrate the strength of the human spirit, […]

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World Record: Scuba Diving in 100+ Countries

World Record: Scuba Diving in 100+ Countries

9 June, 2013 at 6:21 am Comments are Disabled

For most people, diving in a dozen countries is a feat worth bragging about. But what if you hit the 100-country mark? Furthermore, what if you claimed the World Record for scuba diving in the most countries? PADI Pro Karin Sinniger dove her way right into the record books in […]

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