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60 Seconds, 200 Sharks, and one Determined Artist

60 Seconds, 200 Sharks, and one Determined Artist

16 March, 2018 at 12:45 am Comments are Disabled

As divers we’re lucky to be able to experience things a lot of people can only dream about and fall in love with the ocean in a way that’s unique to us. But it also means we’re often confronted with the harsh reality of pollution and over fishing. Thankfully, there […]

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Why Scuba Divers Should Try Yoga

Why Scuba Divers Should Try Yoga

15 March, 2018 at 6:09 pm Comments are Disabled

Guest Post by Alice Ons All photos supplied by Alice Ons When most people think of yoga they automatically think about the physical practice, the poses, also known as the asana, but yoga is actually a lot more than just poses. Yoga is a combination of physical, mental, and spiritual […]

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What it Looks Like When Three Generations Dive Together

What it Looks Like When Three Generations Dive Together

15 March, 2018 at 8:47 am Comments are Disabled

  Every diver wishes that someone they love would get certified. For many of us, that means family members — our partners, kids, parents, cousins — that we’d most like to see in the water. Right now, the Danks family is living that dream. Everyone in this nine-person group is […]

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I’m not travelling alone, I’m visiting my scuba diving family!

I’m not travelling alone, I’m visiting my scuba diving family!

15 March, 2018 at 1:56 am Comments are Disabled

At 21, I left France behind for the first time on my own and moved to Canada for a year. It never occurred to me that solo travel was an odd thing. A few years later I became a scuba diver in Thailand, backpacking on my own. I kept travelling […]

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3 PADI courses for the whole family

3 PADI courses for the whole family

12 March, 2018 at 1:45 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Danielle Schofield While some scuba courses are reserved for adults or experienced divers, there are plenty of choices that cater well for both younger and older ages. Why not get started with one of these three family friendly ideas… Discover Scuba Diving and Bubblemaker experiences  For adults and children […]

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What I wish my friends knew about the diving community

What I wish my friends knew about the diving community

8 March, 2018 at 12:46 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Lisa from Fjords and Beaches Since learning to dive I have become obsessed with diving, the underwater world, and the diving community. In the beginning I talked about diving and my new adventures all the time, but quickly noticed that my friends weren’t quite as interested in how the sign […]

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