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  1. Some nice articles Adventure Diving Magazine

    by , December 20th, 2012 at 10:58 AM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    http://www.magzter.com/UK/ViCore-LTD...gazine/Sports/
    $12 for the year at the moment...

    They cover:
    • Diving in Albania
    • The PS Clonmel
    • Diving in Ireland
    • Diving Airplane wrecks
  2. So what is proper training?

    by , December 18th, 2012 at 01:18 PM (DivemasterDennis-)
    If you are a dive instructor, or spend much time here on scuba board, you know that there is an ongoing, and probably a never ending conversation about just what constitutes proper training for a new scuba diver, and also for more advanced levels of certification. We all know that training comes from a variety of sources: books, class room instruction, on line instruction, informal reading, and of course, diving itself. Let’s face it, after all the course materials, after all the pool work, ...
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  3. Crowley's Blog - Winter is Coming!

    by , December 13th, 2012 at 12:50 PM
    Also Published in the DIVE Magazine blog section...

    If you’ve watched the recent TV show “Game of Thrones” – and possibly read the books – you may have become accustomed to the phrase: “Winter is Coming!”.

    We don’t get proper TV here in Sharm, so after a few of my colleagues and I had watched the series, and possibly also read the books, we started to wonder if J.R.R Martin (the author of ...
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  4. Diving on a budget

    by , December 12th, 2012 at 11:06 AM
    DIVING VACATIONS ON A BUDGET
    Every diver wants the best deal he can get for his diving vacation. You have a budget and want to get the most bang (or marine life) for your buck. Well in order to do this you need to first establish exactly what your budget is, and what constitutes a good deal. This is a very different approach that merely searching for what is the CHEAPEST option out there. Once you have found the vacation option that can fit your budget you can then look at viable means ...
  5. Family SCUBA vacations made simple.

    by , December 8th, 2012 at 12:41 PM
    During my 16 years as a dive instructor and owner/manager of a number of dive operations in the Caribbean and Middle East, I have come to realise that over 80% of the dive travel market is poorly neglected. Nearly all travel agents catering to the SCUBA market only cater to the avid diver who wants a dive only vacation package. What about all those divers and potential divers who want to do a few dives while on holiday with their family? Or those that would like to give it a try on holiday, ...