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  1. This was found off Venice Beach.

    by , November 30th, 2012 at 12:58 PM
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  2. Winter Diving

    by , November 30th, 2012 at 12:42 PM
    Well Winter is here. The water temp is 67 degrees. Visibility varies day to day. We have had a lot of weather events this year so the bottom has been churned. Finding a spot without to much silt is the trick. I have seen some nice finds coming in the shop. Keep hunting. Pic is a
    juvenile Mammoth tooth.
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  3. What makes a Good Dive Buddy?

    by , November 30th, 2012 at 11:21 AM (DivemasterDennis-)
    What Makes a Good Dive Buddy?

    While there are some divers who have trained and are certified to dive alone, we have all been taught that safe diving means diving with a buddy. Not only is it safer than diving alone, but sharing a dive with a partner multiplies the pleasure of the dive by having someone to share the experiences and verify the exciting encounters and sightings. I am lucky to have my wife Debbie as my dive buddy. She and I know each other’s dive habits, we work well ...
  4. Crowley's Blog - Absence (and Whale Sharks) Make the Heart Grow Fonder...

    by , November 23rd, 2012 at 01:53 PM
    Also Published in the DIVE Magazine blog section...

    Followers of my blog may have noticed that my last missive tended somewhat to the negative - well, when I signed up to write this I signed up to write about my life as a dive professional - the good, the bad, the ugly and the really stinky if necessary, rather than representing myself as an agency poster child (too ugly) and exclaiming every thirty words how wonderful my life is.

    It's not always; I woke up this morning ...
  5. Article on the Lifeline!

    by , November 22nd, 2012 at 02:44 PM

    We wanted to share with you that caycompass.com, a newspaper from the Cayman Islands, released an article on the Lifeline.

    We hope you enjoy it!


    The Lifeline Team