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Tobermory: Scuba Diving Capital of Canada

29. 2. 2016

If you are looking for an excellent dive while in Canada, Tobermory should not miss your attention. The town, dubbed the Scuba Diving Capital of Canada, has gained its reputation due to its rich and cultural legacy that includes 22 shipwrecks and several historic lighthouses. Nothing spectacular…

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Top Ten: USS Oriskany - The World’s Largest Artificial Reef

16. 2. 2016

Once a USA military show of force and pride, the USS Oriskany was the first warship that was sunk purposely in order to create an artificial reef. Government do that every now and then; putting in further use old naval ships that would otherwise rust away. The main objective is usually further…

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Wreck Safari Italian Style: Technical Diving and Dolce Vita, a Perfect Combination

13. 2. 2016

Wreck divers are constantly after destinations where to unleash their passion. The Mediterranean and particularly the Ligurian Sea, are one of the best places thanks to the many ships that sunk there throughout history and above all during the Second World War. Santa Margherita Ligure, a lovely…

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World Class Diving: The Cathedrals

5. 2. 2016

The sixth-largest island in the Hawaiian Islands' chain, Lanai, is known for its natural beauty and serenity. Once home to a plantation that produced 75% of the world's pineapples, Lanai is today more tourist oriented but that doesn't take any of its charm, this little paradise still presents a laid…

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THE PIT - One of the Deepest Cave Passages Known in Mexico

22. 1. 2016

We have already written an article on one of the longest systems in the Yucatan Peninsula, Dos Ojos and covered the Mexican southeastern region on numerous occasions but this time, we will have a closer look at the deepest cenote in the State of Quintana Roo, The Pit. For long, the passage was kept…

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An Extreme Way to Scuba Dive

7. 10. 2014

Australia's Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven natural wonders of the world attracting thousands of divers every year. Did you know the Great Barrier Reef is the only living structure on earth that can be seen from outer space? Gulliver Page, a stuntman and adventurer probably did and that's…

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New Video - Woman dances with Tiger Sharks

14. 4. 2015

In a performance protest against the Australian shark cull and the global slaughter of sharks, a woman risks it all to dance on the sea floor with swarms of tiger sharks up to 17 feet long without any dive or protective gear. And the message, "End the War on Sharks" resonates throughout this piece..…

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Brand New Freediving Center in Cyprus

3. 7. 2014 Comments: 2

Hot climate, crystal clear sea and hence services on European level. This is what makes Cyprus prior to e.g. Egypt. No dirty streets without any plants, no various shops barkers which can easily make you angry. There is a new freediving centre in Protaras resort on Cyprus opened from June.…

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Extreme Control Adventure - Tulum, Mexico

19. 5. 2015

Extreme Control Adventure - Kiteboarding, Paddleboarding and Diving School has been offering top quality service to students from all over the globe in the most beautiful locations in the world since 2000. Specializing in active vacations they offer fun activities enjoying the natural surroundings…

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Adventure, Action, Ocean Life: International Ocean Film Tour is Back

25. 3. 2015

After a highly successful premiere year in 2014, including a one-off night in London in October, the International Ocean Film Tour, in partnership with Keen, a manufacturer of hybrid outdoor and casual products, returns with Volume 2. Brought to you by the team behind the European Outdoor Film Tour,…

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