AIDE 2018 | Sydney 2-6 August 2018

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Ness Velu
Location:
270/272 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest,
Sydney, NSW, Australia
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2017-12-26 16:57:13

AIDE 2018 | Sydney 2-6 August 2018

For the second time, the AIDE Expo will take place at International Convention Center at Sydney on 2nd - 6th August 2018 in conjunction with the Sydney Boat Show.

Divers, non-divers and anyone interested in the marine world are all welcomed to come along to not only learn about the sport, diving hot spots and the latest gears and gadgets on offer, but be inspired to explore more of this underwater world, of which we know so little.

With the start of the diving season commencing in September, the Expo will no doubt help to equip divers with some useful information on new or emerging destinations, tour packages, trends, hi-tech gizmos and more, to get them geared up for the season.

A major objective of the show is to continue to engage with existing divers and newbies to keep them inspired to see more of the marine world and be in the loop on cutting edge technologies and conservation practices.

Some of the highlights for this year’s Expo include a presentation by Disabled Divers International (DDI); a photographic and video presentation of the underwater world; a dedicated family area courtesy of the Australian Maritime Museum and presentation by industry experts in the dive field.

Visitors will also be engaged with presentations on travel destinations photography, diving medicine, conservation efforts, deep sea exploration, free diving, diving expeditions, and more.

A pool will once again be set up for newbies to have a go at scuba diving, while non-active divers can sign up for rebreather training. For those interested in new gadgets, there will also be dive gear testing and other demonstrations available.

Articles

Seaslugs - Part II. Sidegill slugs and Sap-sucking slugs Seaslugs - Part II. Sidegill slugs and Sap-sucking slugs
In this article I will introduce you to the next two in hierarchical sequence. Seaslugs are indeed fascinating creatures and are a favorite for many photographers. They do not move about very quickly at all, which is a characteristic that makes them easy subjects to shoot. Often it is not the case of 'the one that got away', but the case of 'Oh no! I have run out of film again!'.
Seaslugs - Part I. Headshield slugs and Sea hares. Seaslugs - Part I. Headshield slugs and Sea hares.
I have compiled a sequential account of the five main seaslug orders, supported by photographic records and some likely Sydney dive sites to encounter members of each order.
Name
Ness Velu
Location:
270/272 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest,
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Contact:
please email
Last Updated

2017-12-26 16:57:13

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