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  1. Diving Beavertail

    by , August 9th, 2012 at 10:18 AM
    DoveBeavertail in Jamestown RI last Sunday. My friend Mike and I made our firstdive at Ft. Wetherill touring the East side of West Cove, which was a good dive but got a little crowded towards the end. An acquaintance I have seen up there a number of times suggested diving Beavertail and looking at the swim though off of parking lot three. I was a little wary because the swell there can get hairy (having already taken out Moe and Curly). despite being an exciting shore entry, Mike and I decided ...
  2. So you want to be a PADI scuba Instructor ? What's involved ? (part 1)

    by , August 8th, 2012 at 04:50 AM
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Size:  21.5 KBSo you are thinking of becoming a scuba professional ? maybe you're already a divemaster , maybe not. Maybe you have only just started diving and like me, you entered the water, blew bubbles and knew you wanted to stay. So how do you go about, "living the dream" ? Travel the world and teach people how to dive. visit exotic locations and most importantly "have FUN" in your job. It may seem daunting a one of the most popular questions I get is "how ...
  3. Our Summer season 2012. June 30th trip to the Sea of Cortez by Brook Jolley

    by , August 7th, 2012 at 07:00 PM
    Just four hours south of Phoenix lies the small town of Puerto Penasco, Mexico. In the Marina is a live aboard like none I have experienced before. I first experienced the uniqueness of this beautiful vessel, dramatic diving and crew that have become like family, in 2009. I stepped on board and was greeted by Dora the explorer herself, along with her husband Lolo, the captain, and crew who I later discovered took such pride in the boat because they were the ones who built it. That experience ...
  4. Video Interview with UK Deep Wreck Diver Leigh Bishop

    by , August 6th, 2012 at 06:48 PM
    Jim Norton, host of Talking Scuba interviews renown UK Deep Wreck/Cave diver Leigh Bishop while attending Our World Underwater in Rosemont, IL. Leigh's impressive collection of photographs, diving stories, and upcoming events can be found on his website DeepImage.co.uk.

    Find more great interviews, dive videos, and articles at Talking Scuba :: Produced by Evolving Creativity, LLC | Talking Scuba is an entertainment and educational netcast covering the sport of recreational scuba diving in the midwest and around the globe.
  5. North Carolina Wreck Diving with Discovery Diving: a review

    by , August 6th, 2012 at 06:28 PM (Peter Bucknell , Video Producer)
    If you have some boat dives under your belt and you would like to sample some wreck diving on the East Coast of America, North Carolina is worth a trip. Call ahead and discuss your experience level with the dive operation. Much of the diving is beyond the depth limit of newly certified 'open water divers'. All of the sites I dived were over 70 feet deep, some at 120.
    Sand Tigers are great to be around: