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Diving at Uepi - Solomon Islands
by DebL added 2007-11-24
The Solomon Islands is made up of a group of more than 990 islands that covers in total over 1.35 million square kilometres. Now that's a lot of islands!
Bali's northwest corner - Keeping the secret?
by Beth Tierney added 2007-10-21
A few years back, some enterprising divers took a look beneath the surface in Gilimanuk Bay. You have to wonder what made them think that it might just be a good dive
Diving the Spice Islands
by Beth Tierney added 2007-10-12
The water is mirror calm, deep blue yet glistening with gold as the sun starts to set. We are sitting on the prow of our phinisi schooner approaching the imposing slopes of Guning Api.
Southern exposure - Commercial diver training in New Zealand
by Simon added 2007-09-17
This article will hopefully be of interest to divers considering a career in commercial diving or wishing to complete a commercial course for other reasons. Hopefully it will give you a bit of an insight into what to expect.
Hotsuit heated kidney belt - First impressions
by Simon added 2007-09-16
The Hotsuit kidney belts come with a neoprene belt that goes around the abdomen and separate chemical heat packs that slides into the belt and sits in the small of the back. They generate heat through a chemical reaction that is started by pressing a small button in the middle of the pack.
More than Two Fish at Bunaken and Manado
by Sarah the Mermaid added 2007-08-24
When I first decided to visit the tropical paradise of Bunaken Marine Park and Lembeh Strait, it seemed as if nobody had heard of it. However, once I began to plan the trip I slowly heard more and more about the place. Deep dramatic walls, 30 degree water with 30 m visibility, and bizarre creatures were just some of the descriptions. My excitement grew.
Tioman Mega Dive - too much fun in the sun
by Tim Hochgrebe added 2007-08-13
I was part of a number of international press who were invited to attend this new anual dive event on Tioman Island - which for those who don't know is located in the South-East of mainland Malaysia. A 4 day festival which promised lots of activities, diving and other fun in the sun.
MIDE '07- A dive show to remember
by Tim Hochgrebe added 2007-08-13
I recently returned from one of the newly emerging dive shows in Australasia, the Malaysia International Dive Expo 2007 (MIDE '07).
Great White Sharks - The Truth
by CarlyM added 2007-08-02
Of all the underwater wildlife species on our planet, the great white shark is perhaps the most feared by humankind. For 15 million years that have roamed our world's oceans, continuing to evolve in brilliant force to be the apex predator of the sea.
The Byron Underwater Festival 2007
by Wandy Hochgrebe added 2007-07-25
The first Byron Underwater Festival, which was held May 10-13 was a great success with more than 30 divers entering in the Underwater Shoot-Out and over 100 artworks submitted to the ‘Marine Visions’ Art Competition. The aim of the event was and is to be more than just another digital shoot-out competition.
Escaping to Kadavu - A Fiji Secret
by Wandy Hochgrebe added 2007-05-28
Yes! We had arrived in Fiji for our two week stay. We were lucky that the Nadi airport had very comfortable couches as we had to wait till midday for our flight to Kadavu.
Recent Expedition, GVI Mexico Mahahual Marine Conservation Expedition
by James Whiteley added 2007-05-28
GVI’s marine research and conservation expeditions support some of the most pristine as well as the most threatened underwater environments in the world.
Hooked on Julian Rocks, Byron Bay
by John Natoli added 2007-04-28
20th July 2003 .... that is the first time I drove down from the Gold Coast to Byron Bay and arrived at Sundive, jumped on one of their boats and set out to dive Julian Rocks - and I have been addicted ever since
Padbury Clean-up Australia Day
by mattR added 2007-04-12
On Sunday 4th of March 2007, a group of 30 dedicated Padbury Senior High school students and five staff members ventured down to the Swan River to participate in a Clean-up Australia Day event with a difference.
It Couldn't Happen To Me!
by Sue added 2007-02-13
Last July I had a fabulous trip to Kavieng, PNG. Not only was it memorable for the excellent diving, it was also unforgettable for the aftermath.
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