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5 Ways to Care for our Oceans from the Land

5 Ways to Care for our Oceans from the Land

15 June, 2018 at 12:31 am Comments are Disabled

As scuba divers, we have the unique opportunity to witness the beauty of our oceans. We unfortunately also know that our beloved playground is at risk. While there are many ways we can pledge to be responsible scuba divers, do you know there are also many things you can do […]

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Mission Blue Hope Spot: Quirimbas Islands, Mozambique

Mission Blue Hope Spot: Quirimbas Islands, Mozambique

13 June, 2018 at 3:25 pm Comments are Disabled

Just off the northeast coast of Mozambique, lie the Quirimbas Islands, shining as a beacon of hope along the African coastline as well as throughout the entire Indian Ocean. The archipelago consists of approximately thirty islands with their surrounding coral reefs being home to some of the world’s most incredible […]

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4 Easy Ways to Help Ocean Health When Travelling

4 Easy Ways to Help Ocean Health When Travelling

10 June, 2018 at 12:50 am Comments are Disabled

Written by Lisa from Fjords and Beaches They say travelling is the only thing you buy that makes you richer. This couldn’t be truer, especially when you think of all the amazing experiences and adventures you are left with when you come home from a trip. Eating local cuisine, joining fun excursions […]

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Learning Shark Communication with Ocean Ramsey

Learning Shark Communication with Ocean Ramsey

6 June, 2018 at 5:09 am Comments are Disabled

  What do a marine biologist, a model, a TED presenter and sharks all have in common? The answer is multi-hyphenate PADI® Pro Ocean Ramsey. Ocean unites her many talents and skills to help people see sharks in a positive light and actively work for their protection. We recently interviewed […]

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Sharks Should be Respected, Not Feared

Sharks Should be Respected, Not Feared

1 June, 2018 at 12:48 am Comments are Disabled

Written by guest blogger Rachel Kerr  “We hear the word “shark” and we can’t help but immediately fill in the blank after it with “attack”.” – Elaina Zachos, writer for the National Geographic online Let’s be honest, sharks have a pretty bad reputation. Our obsession with sharks as bloodthirsty, man-eating […]

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Kimi Werner – Shining a Light on Sustainable Spearfishing

Kimi Werner – Shining a Light on Sustainable Spearfishing

8 May, 2018 at 9:31 am Comments are Disabled

  Kimi Werner fell in love with the ocean when she was barely five years old – watching her dad freedive and spearfish off the coast of Maui. Back then, underwater hunting was simply a way for her family to put food on the table. Cut to twenty years later: […]

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