British Columbia spear fishing trip write-up

I make a few dives with the spear gun and soon find myself drifting along the wall in the current. Some fish cross my path, but now that I am hunting, I don’t seem to find the fish as...

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Navy diver reaches 2000 feet

Developed by OceanWorks International from Vancouver, British Columbia, the Hardsuit 2000 was designed to withstand underwater pressure at 2,000 feet. Current models have only been able to go down as far as 1,200 feet. “The suit worked incredibly,” said...

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Diving the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man, with its extremely diverse and plentiful marine life, offers excellent diving. The waters are clear and nurture teeming communities of plants and animals.The island is situated in the Irish Sea, between Britain and Ireland. It is...

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Diving the HMS Warrior II, English Channel

We left the harbour bright and early at 8:30 looking forward to a good dive on the Warrior II, a ship which has an interesting story, and which met her end in 1940 being sunk by a fleet of 50...

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Exposure Suits for Scuba Divers

Protecting your body from the cold is important. If you are in the market for a new exposure protection suit, try one of the following: Full Wetsuits Shorty Wetsuits Dry Suits......

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Dive Scapa Flow

Scapa Flow is one of Britain's most historic stretches of water. Located among the Orkney Islands, off the northeast coast of Scotland, the natural harbor has provided shelter to ships since the King Haaokon’s Viking fleet used the place...

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Dive Iceland

Pierce Hoover wrote this excellent piece about diving in Iceland. In between explaining some of Iceland's above-water highlights, Hoover describes his experience diving in her 34-degree waters. Via Divester...

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