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Come and explore the world famous Poor Knights Islands! 

We often head up to this beautiful marine reserve to experience the stunning diving and diverse marine life that can be found here. The Poor Knights are regularly featured in lists of the top dive sites anywhere in the world!

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It’s a Dive life!

So whilst sat in a hammock miles from home chatting to Mr Gonella online the suggestion of a diving special…

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Force Blue: Giving Warriors a Cause

International non-profit organization to retrain veteran combat divers to restore coral and promote conservation; Grand Cayman to be first training…


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Introducing Diving Locker – Vancouver, British Columbia

We are one of the largest and busiest PADI Dive Shops in Vancouver! Our friendly professional diving instructors are ready to teach you how to safely enjoy the amazing underwater world. We offer quality snorkeling equipment, prescription dive and snorkeling masks, new and used SCUBA gear, equipment rentals and complete dive gear servicing. Our prices are competitive, so if you find a cheaper advertised price, let us know, and we’ll do our best to match it!

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Buntzen Lake Clean Up hosted by Vancouver Diving Locker

Join Vancouver Diving Locker for a day of underwater trash hunt adventure! Help protect the Ocean and team up with us to make a difference. Prizes for the most garbage collected and for the most unique item retrieved!

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Shipwrecks and Sea Mysteries Keep Robert Parsons Churning Out Good Reading

With more than 20 books of Newfoundland sea stories to his credit, Robert C. Parsons may know as many facts and anecdotes about this province’s marine history as anyone, and probably more. The retired teacher from the South Coast town of Grand Bank has been writing seriously since 1987 on various historical subjects, but he is best known for his shipwreck tales involving Newfoundland sailing vessels.

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Become a Marine Mammal Medic

Each year, hundreds of whales and dolphins strand on our shores. Whilst some are sick or injured, others are healthy and just need a helping hand back out to sea. But saving whales isn’t as easy as it looks and successful rescue often depends on properly trained volunteers. That’s where you come in.

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