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Humans and Fur Seals
Diving with Seals / Marine Life

Humans and Fur Seals

Humans and Fur Seals, how alike are we? Taking a look at the animal kingdom and more specifically mammals within the animal kingdom, we can split it into three directions. Placental Mammals Marsupials Monotremes Seals are Placental Mammals, meaning that the baby receives its nutrients to grow directly from its mother through blood. Placental babies … Continue reading

Vanuatu Dive Trip

Vanuatu Trip 2018

Upon arriving in Espiritu Santo, your first greeting will arrive in the form of thick unfamiliar humidity, shortly followed by the friendly faces of the local customs officials. You are slowly processed along with other passengers through the two customs booths to have paperwork inspected, passports stamped and belongings screened. It becomes immediately apparent that … Continue reading

Washing Your Dive Grear
Dive Gear

Washing Your Dive Grear

There is nothing better than owning your own gear. Not only for fit and having a detailed knowledge of how it works but also hygiene reasons. Your diving improves so significantly when you have your own gear, you can get your weighting sorted out, it fits you correctly, and you know where all the bells … Continue reading

Christopher Vibert PADI Freediving Instructor Trainer
A Career in Diving / Freediving / Where Are They Now...? / Why Abyss Scuba Diving

Christopher Vibert PADI Freediving Instructor Trainer

Christopher Vibert Christopher is one of only two PADI Freediver Instructor Trainers in Australia. Growing up in the southern suburbs of Sydney; Chris has been linked to the ocean from his earliest memories. Completing an Instructor Internship with Abyss in 2010 set him on a journey that took him to the Great Barrier Reef, South … Continue reading