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  1. Crowley's Blog - Dear Crowley, We Don't Want To Dive With You.

    Dive Briefing:
    "Blah blah blah, blah blah blah blah, look out for this coral blahblah and this type of fish and blahblahblah, blah blah, maximum depth 30 metres..."

    It is a commonly held misconception - even amongst many dive staff - that the maximum depth for diving in the Red Sea is 30 metres. Actually, it's not. For single-tank recreational diving, the maximum depth is 40m if you have deep-diver training of some sort, or when your nitrox mix (if applicable) reaches ...

    Updated February 15th, 2013 at 09:56 AM by Crowley

  2. New Cozumel Video from high end camera

    by , February 1st, 2013 at 11:05 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)

    Shot as part of a magazine review of Aldora Divers (Adventure Diver Magazine)
  3. Most Entertaining Dive Boat In South Florida!

    Jared Slater, otherwise known as Capt. SL8R, is a professional entertainer still performing across the country in a Frankie Valli tribute group known and billed as "Let's Hang On" . . . but that's when he's not entertaining his customers on his own scuba diving boat called "Kyalami" which docks at the Square Grouper on the Jupiter Inlet.

    That's right! The Kyalami is the newest and most popular dive boat in South Florida equipped with a phenomenal sound system and
  4. Interesting Talk on Underwater filming by Mike Rothschild

    by , January 30th, 2013 at 03:08 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    Very interesting talk at B&H: https://vimeo.com/bandh/review/57965662/29a760d967
    Features the Equinox HD10 (Panasonic AF100 inside)
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  5. Excellent Customer Service and Prices from Cave Adventurers

    If you are looking for an excellent service, advice, and price I would highly recommend contacting Edd or Frank from Cave Adventurers. You can tell a lot about a dive shop if you get a chance to talk to owner and get advice. Edd will spend the time to talk with you and share his experience. I walk away as I bought something from a friend.