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Don’t let your ears ruin your dives!

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Author: Boby Taylor

You’ve completed your final checks; you jump into the water, signal to show you’re ready and begin your decent. You try to equalize, but nothing happens, you try again but still nothing happens and now you feel discomfort.

Do you continue trying to descend or end your dive before it has even begun? It is incredible to think that almost every diver at some point in their diving career will suffer with ear and equalizing issues. Read more

June 12, 2017 |

Tips for taking great underwater photos from the Pros

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Source: by Fred Garth for CNN

Seems like everyone’s a halfway decent photographer these days thanks to better gear, flashy phones and clever digital filters. When it comes to underwater photography, though, few people have what it takes. Perfect sub-aquatic images involve a new level of skills, like framing a shot while maintaining buoyancy and not getting eaten by predators. So where to start?

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June 7, 2017 |

Manta Sandy Ranger Station

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RAJA AMPAT, INDONESIA

Source: SeaCentre.org

Manta Sandy is a well-known cleaning station in the Dampier Strait region. Known for its regular sightings of mantas during the season, it has become a ‘must see’ dive site for all operators, and a location suitable for scientists and film-makers to observe these stunning creatures. Read more

June 5, 2017 |

What You Can Do – Home & Away

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Source: SeaCentre.org

The world’s oceans and seas are suffering; every day hear of the escalating issues – from marine pollution and over fishing to mass tourism impacting marine ecosystems.  The problem seems large, however, each and every one of us has the ability to make small changes in our day to day lives, that when combined will have a BIG impact upon the health of our seas, and decrease our contribution to climate change. Read more

June 2, 2017 |
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