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Palau had everything I wanted. Big sealife,lots and lots of sharks, Manta Ray, Nautilus and even one Hammerhead! Small colourful stuff, deep deep bluest water I’ve ever seen!
Escape for a weekend to beautiful Jervis Bay for a liveaboard dive weekend. If you have not dived there yet, then you don’t know what you are missing out on.
Career re-training is exciting, yet a nervous time for most candidates. Taking both the financial and emotional steps towards planning for a new career is a big step for most and usually not one to take lightly.
START YOUR DIVE AT TWILIGHT. You’ll have the best of both worlds: Dim light to gear up in and full dark will come while you dive. You’ll also have the chance to see the reef make the transition from the day shift to the night shift, one of the most exciting periods of activity. KEEP …
Slow and steady does it when you dive. Scuba diving isn’t about how fast you can swim, nor how much ground you can cover
With some of the best diving on the Great Barrier Reef just metres off the beach, Heron Island is the perfect place for divers looking for an underwater world within easy reach. Heron Island is a coral cay island, located right on the Great Barrier Reef, 72km north east of Gladstone.
Palau’s warm tropical waters are legendary amongst divers for their dramatic sheer walls rising from the depths to within inches of the surface and capped with thriving coral reefs.
Weedy Seadragons are only found in southern Australian waters, usually ranging from Geraldton WA, to Port Stephens NSW and down around Tasmania. They are weird and mystical looking, not quite seahorse, not quite fish.
Check the capacity. More air is better, of course, but you’ve got to have an intelligent balance between capacity, physical size, weight and buoyancy. Bottom line: there is such a thing as a tank that’s too big.
Without staying out of the water, divers can’t completely eliminate the risk of decompression sickness. Here are the basics, in what’s probably descending order of importance:
The best way to describe night diving is to say it’s the same as day diving, only different.
I am amazed how many people don’t carry knife theses days. This is just stupid!!!