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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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6 Dive Sites That Will Give You Goosebumps

6 Dive Sites That Will Give You Goosebumps

29 October, 2015 at 1:17 pm Comments are Disabled

Guest post by Emily Krak From eerie shipwrecks to underwater cemeteries, here are six spooky dive sites that will give you the creeps. Truk Lagoon, Micronesia If you are looking for a thrill-seeking adventure, visit the ghost fleet of Truk Lagoon, also known as Chuuk. With more than 50 major […]

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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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3 Top Dive Sites in Vanuatu

3 Top Dive Sites in Vanuatu

27 May, 2015 at 8:00 pm Comments are Disabled

Situated in the South Pacific Ocean, Vanuatu is made up of 83 islands and is the perfect destination for diving. Vanuatu is home to the well-known wreck SS President Coolidge at Espiritu Santo. Although many divers come to Vanuatu to dive this wreck, there are many other incredible dive sites […]

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3 Incredible WWII Wreck Dives

3 Incredible WWII Wreck Dives

26 January, 2015 at 3:53 pm Comments are Disabled

“Does any one know where the love of God goes when the waves turn the minutes to hours?” – Gordon Lightfoot Diving on a WWII wreck helps us connect to our heritage and gain insight into our past. When our favorite diving environments host a piece of history, it’s our […]

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How to navigate a shipwreck without a compass

How to navigate a shipwreck without a compass

7 September, 2014 at 12:30 am Comments are Disabled

When exploring the underwater world, many scuba divers rely on a waterproof compass to find their way back to the boat. Navigating a shipwreck, however, can be more challenging. The presence of metal (of which is usually in abundance around a wreck) may interfere with the compass’s magnetism, meaning you […]

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