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The Great Blue Hole Scuba Diving, Belize

The easternmost part of the Belize Barrier Reef is home to a rare natural phenomenon, one of the most popular diving spots in the Caribbean, the Great Blue Hole. Not so completely hidden jewel inside the Lighthouse Reef, a coral atoll perched up out of…

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The World Record In Diving Of Blind People !

On Sunday November, 13th 2016 at 1 p.min Říčany u Prahy, 25 blind people took part in achieving of Guinness record in blinds’ scuba diving. They were together on one place underwater for 11 minutes and 45 seconds.This was a reminder of 25 years of…

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Why Your Brain is the Most Important Piece of Scuba Diving Equipment

Scuba diving is a sport that requires a lot of equipment. Aside from your wetsuit, fins, and mask, you also need an air tank, a regulator, a BCD (buoyancy control device), and possibly also a compass and dive watch. However, in addition to all of the…

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Can I Scuba Dive with Asthma?

Nine million Americans take part in scuba diving each and every year.  With this amount of people taking part in the sport, it’s likely you know somebody who scuba dives and have been curious about having a go yourself.  However, with the act of scuba…

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Tobermory: Scuba Diving Capital of Canada

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 some might say, shipwrecks are found all around the World, even in larger numbers, but what makes this place to stand out from others is the crystal-clear waters that surround the numerous ships that lost their battles to Lake Huron. And that means the only thing; a perfect visibility. That and the relative lack of zebra mussel development on most of the ships make for a must dive for any serious diver.

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

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 tourist profit but most of those sunken old pieces of metal serve as a habitat for the growth of marine life. Although she was almost sold for scrap, some thought she would make a great artificial reef and that vision became eventually reality in 2006. She was sunk off the coast of Florida in Pensacola and still remains the largest vessel ever sunk to make a reef. Some medias named the Oriskany wreck as one of the top ten wreck diving sites in the world and here is why.

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

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 village in the Italian Riviera, it is the touchstone for all divers who wish to commit to this activity, for it offers  either simple and practical tourist services and it is located in a very strategic position with regard to the spectacular shipwrecks and the Portofino Marine Reserve famous for its particular sea flora and fauna. If on top of this one adds the professionalism and comfort of a dive center fully equipped for technical diving and ready to satisfy all requests even of the most demanding diver, the result will be an extremely rewarding experience.

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World Class Diving: The Cathedrals

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-back and intimate atmosphere. What is more, the Lanai's coastline is famous for its superb diving full of swim-throughs, archways, and lava structures. But that's not the main lure yet. Lanai is home to an underwater spiritual experience like no other: The Cathedrals, the ultimate in Hawaiian diving.

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

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 secret and only dived by locals but those days are gone and the spectacular dive is now accessible to anybody. Well not anybody, to take a plunge into the "other world" you still need a guide, who's Cave Certified. Good news is that we know of somebody, who's just made for the job. Read on.

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Wreck-X Expedition: A Memorable Diving Experience

Diving is a great and exceptional activity. Taking plunge into the unknown has always drawn the brave to discover what lies beneath the surface. Shipwreck diving has always called for an adventure but it's not for everybody. There is a high risk to it, especially when penetrating wrecks' interiors without proper training, gear or a guide. But the ever present danger is perhaps what makes it so appealing, exploring places that most people can only see on TV or on the internet. The real adventure is a mesmerizing experience you will likely never forget.

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