Diving Blog

Mar 2015

Utila, Honduras

Frequently referred to as the Koh Tao of the Caribbean, Utila is a diver’s paradise, offering competitively priced dive courses from beginner t...

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Feb 2015

World Class Dive Sites – Silfra

Although most people consider the best diving to be in the tropics, there are many exceptions. In fact many of the top rated dive sites around the world are found in colder waters. Colder waters offer a completely different diving experience to divin...

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Jan 2015

Diving at Altitude

When you think of mountain sports you will probably imagine skiing, snowboarding, hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking. It may not be the first thing you think of but scuba diving is a popular mountain sport. Mountain lakes offer many things tha...

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Dec 2014

Take a Diving Holiday!

If the reason you got into diving was to explore new places, meet new people and swim around in places that the BBC are showcasing in documentaries such as Blue Planet, then you should seriously consider taking a dive holiday! A good place to star...

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Dec 2014

Dolphin Dive! Hurghada, Red Sea

We were approached by one of the divemasters after our first dive asking where we would like to go next. Dive 2 would give us a total of 20 dives in the Red Sea and we were keen to explore new sites but mindful of time and other customers' needs, so ...

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Nov 2014

Careless Reef. Hurghada, Egypt

We had an early morning to encompass a 3 dive day and return before sundown. There are not many things I will easily awake for at 4:30 am, but the hopes of being the first set of bubbles in the water are one of them! The marine ecosystem is just begi...

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Nov 2014

Learn to Dive in Egypt

Spoiler Alert: If you choose to learn to dive in Egypt, you may get a skewed perspective on diving! There are few places that can offer the varieties of corals and up-close encounters with marine life like the experience you will find in the Red S...

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Nov 2014

Diving in Remote Areas of the Tropics

The majority of the world’s most beautiful reef systems are found within the tropics. As a scuba diver these reefs provide some interesting and unique dive opportunities, however the tropics also provide a unique set of challenges that you may need...

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Nov 2014

Journey to the Red Sea

As a diver, the Red Sea has always been on the top of my list. The opportunity arose when I was kindly offered a spot on a sailing yacht as part of a sailing rally beginning in Cyprus and traveling to Eygpt. The expedition included passage through th...

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Nov 2014

Diving the SS Thistlegorm

Initial Impression The first thing I had to wrap my mind around was the size of this sunken carrier ship. Often, as a diver, I find myself feeling insignificant compared to the marine life and features surrounding me, and it is that...

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Oct 2014

Sea Grass Meadows

When most people think about going diving, normally their minds will wander to beautiful coral reefs with fish of all colors of the rainbow, or a deep dark hau...

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Sep 2014

Ice Diving

Diving can take us to some amazing and remote locations on the earth, wherever water exists we can go diving. If you really want to push your diving to the limits, then why don’t you give ice diving a shot? Ice diving can be done wherever the sea, ...

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