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20
DEC
2017

Sand Artist: Sand Bubbler Crab

While on your live aboard dive trip in the tropics, your cruise director will certainly bring you to one white sandy beautiful beach. Have you ever noticed hundreds of tiny sand balls patterned around a tiny hole by a crab? Feeding With a body color resembling sand, the crabs are...
20
DEC
2017

Three Facts You Didn’t Know About Hammerhead Sharks

Hammerhead sharks are known to be found in the Galapagos, however, a good number of them tend to hang around in Bahamas as well! Here are 3 facts you probably didn’t know about hammerheads and will make you love them even more! 1. The purpose of their hammerhead shape. 1.1. 360...
20
DEC
2017

Only For Wreck Lovers: Dive Into Something Different!

Traditionally, naval battles were artillery competitions where ships were lined up to face the enemy ships to test their destructive power (as you can read in this article about warships ) However, from WWII, especially during the War in the Pacific, Zero fighters and bombers...
30
NOV
2017

Five Reasons To Use An Underwater Scooter On Your Next Wreck Dive

Underwater scooters, or Diver Propulsion Vehicles (DPVs) as they are known to most, introduce an extra element of excitement and fun into your wreck dives. “Scooters are essential when exploring the bigger wrecks of Truk Lagoon on rebreathers, especially the deeper ones” says...
30
NOV
2017

NEW: Diving Papua New Guinea in April 2018

Papua New Guinea: scuba diving just does not get more pristine and adventurous than this. In this paradisiacal country, surrounded by wavy green palm trees, stunning white sandy beaches and scenic volcanoes, the Solomons PNG Master sets off on her first thrilling diving journey...
01
NOV
2017

Diving The Marquesas Islands Vs. Diving The Galapagos (Infographic)

Sharing the same ocean, but on opposite sides, makes Marquesas Islands and the Galapagos Islands two similar but at the same time very unique diving locations! Similarities As we mentioned on our previous post about diving in the Marquesas Islands, the marine life here is often...
31
OCT
2017

6 wrecks you should dive before you die!

Truly underwater war museums and graves, seeing wrecks give us an opportunity to dive in History. Each one shows a visible sign of their destruction and loss which makes us divers experience high emotions every time we dive them. Dive with us on this journey  across time! Truly...
31
OCT
2017

Diving in the Marquesas

Welcome to “The Land of Men,” the Marquesas Islands. The Marquesas are located 932 miles (1,500 km) northeast of French Polynesia. Few divers have had the privilege of venturing onto these islands at the end of the world. Each of its 12 island is an endless source of discovery...