Travelog for Simon

'Seascooter Simon' - a side-by-side review of the Seadoo Explorer and VS Supercharged 'Seascooter Simon' - a side-by-side review of the Seadoo Explorer and VS Supercharged
Right off the bat I want to make it clear that, to the best of my knowledge, I've never used an underwater scooter before.
Added: March 6th 2009 at 2:39pm
Clean-up of the Tweed River 2008 Clean-up of the Tweed River 2008
The PADI Project Aware International Clean-up Day activities up at the Tweed River went well.
Added: October 11th 2008 at 6:49pm
Grey Nurse Shark rescued from fishing gaff in Byron Bay Grey Nurse Shark rescued from fishing gaff in Byron Bay
I joined Sue and big Mark (from the Byron Bay Dive Centre) and (to avoid missing anyone) the Seaworld crew, Marine Parks and Fisheries aboard the Seaworld boat this morning for a rescue attempt. My job was videographer for the underwater part of the operation. All of the shark wrangling was done by Seaworld staff.
Added: July 16th 2008 at 4:45pm
Southern exposure - Commercial diver training in New Zealand Southern exposure - Commercial diver training in New Zealand
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.
Added: September 17th 2007 at 3:16am
Hotsuit heated kidney belt - First impressions Hotsuit heated kidney belt - First impressions
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.
Added: September 16th 2007 at 3:56am
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