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  1. Hello Rainy Season....Diving and Surfing.....So many ways to become a Pro!

    by , June 25th, 2014 at 01:47 PM
    With the start of the rainy season here in Costa Rica, +Oceans Unlimited & Go Pro Costa Rica are ready with some great training opportunities. For some of us, we breathe a sigh of relief that the rains have started, for others, it's a sigh of disappointment. As the ever optimist I like to think of it as a good thing. The rainforest that we live in is green and lush and the quite ...
  2. How NOT to Irritate Your Instructor/DIvemaster!

    by , June 23rd, 2014 at 03:29 PM (DivemasterDennis-)

    There is an article on Scuba Money posted recently all about how to irritate your instructor/divemaster. It is well written and spot on, and funny. I read it as tongue ion cheek, but the fact is a lot of divers do just what the writer says, and it can be irritating to the DM or instructor. So, in order to NOT irritate your divemaster or instructor, one should do the opposite of what that article says.

    For example, according to the article, the first way to irritate your ...
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  3. La Jolla Shores - Night Dive 6/19

    by , June 23rd, 2014 at 03:18 PM
    #740 Elapsed Dive Time: 109 min., Max. Depth: 108 FT. Min. Temperature: 54F, Dive Buddy: Tom, Visibility: 15-25, Conditions: Surf 1-3

    http://www.the-world-underwater.com/...2132178_CkNgSw
  4. Green Bridge, Newport RI, 6/16/2014

    by , June 22nd, 2014 at 09:26 AM
    I was out at Green Bridge Last Monday. A beautiful dive very relaxing. I created this video dive log with my GoPro camera with the color correcting red filter. An interesting observation was that the orange weather balloon I found on the dive came out as yellow in the video, an interesting effect. I added some music to make it a bet less "Darth Vader-ie." Let me know what you think.

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  5. Diving on the Red Sea

    by , June 11th, 2014 at 03:02 AM (My Red Sea Diving Adventures and Other Stuff)
    Just completed a diving trip on the Red Sea for about two days. It was a wonderful trip. We set off from Cairo and went to Safaga, a little town about 5 hours south of Cairo. It was not very hot despite the weather getting hotter. The wind blew most of the heat away and we were left with very nice, windy weather. However, most of the time, the sea was choppy so we could not go to the outer reefs, but stuck to the reefs that were closer to the shore.

    Perhaps the best dive spot we went ...
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