Post Tagged with: "Shipwrecks"

A Lust for Rust: Best Wreck Dives in Cyprus Part 2

A Lust for Rust: Best Wreck Dives in Cyprus Part 2

19 April, 2017 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

Guest blogger Alexandra Dimitriou continues our ‘Lust for Rust’ tour below the waves with three more of the best wreck dives in Cyprus…   Liberty Location: Protaras, Cyprus // Description: Wreck // Length: 37 meters // Depth: 27 meters Purposely sunk in 2007, the Liberty wreck is the first of many vessels sunk […]

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5 Wreck Dives You Will Remember Forever

5 Wreck Dives You Will Remember Forever

6 September, 2016 at 2:13 pm Comments are Disabled

Discover World War wrecks, intentional wrecks, and everything in between. Our list of “Five Wreck Dives You Will Remember Forever” will take you to these underwater time capsules.  SS Thistlegorm, Egypt Imagine your adrenaline spike as you click your dive light on and peer into the shadowy hull of a […]

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Dive into History with the PADI Wreck Diver Course

Dive into History with the PADI Wreck Diver Course

2 July, 2015 at 8:00 am Comments are Disabled

Underwater wrecks, hidden away from non-divers, are a three-dimensional history lesson exclusively made for scuba divers. Some wrecks originate from tragedy, and others are sunk on purpose. A wreck dive can be a sunken ship, boat, car, plane, or even a train. Wreck diving gives us a sense of scale […]

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Free online course by Southampton University – Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology

Free online course by Southampton University – Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology

16 June, 2015 at 6:13 am Comments are Disabled

FutureLearn are offering a free online course on maritime archaeology developed by Southampton University: Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology.

The four-week course started on 25th May but is open for registrations until the 20th June 2015. The free course is available to anyone from anywhere in the world who can log on to complete the course in their own time and broaden their knowledge of the underwater world.

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