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How to Plan a Dive Trip Part I

I strongly recommend travelling as often as is possible for you. Aim for what you can. Set a goal, and work towards it. This article is about planning for a dive trip will be broken into two parts. Part One will help you specify what you want out of a dive trip and where to start. Part Two will include important information to consider before buying your plane tickets.

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Dancing With A Manta Ray

“Where is your favourite place in the world to dive?” Is a question I get asked on almost a daily basis. “Brisbane”. My answer generally surprises people. “Brisbane??” But yes, scuba diving in Brisbane has been the absolute best scuba diving of my life. I have dived in Thailand, Finland, Philippines, Vanuatu, Cambodia and all around Australia, but the dive sites around North Stradbroke Island surpass anything else.

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PADI Go Pro night…Monday May 29th 6pm at Dive Wellington

Come along for a presentation evening on becoming a PADI Dive Professional. Hear what’s involved in becoming a PADI Dive Instructor or a PADI Dive Master. We will discuss our full-time Diploma in Scuba instruction courses, student loans and allowances, as well as recreational dive instructor pathways.


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Red Sail Sports Welcomes Company’s First Caymanian Divemaster

Red Sail Sports has hired 18-year-old local resident Lej Batiste as the newest member of its professional dive staff. He is the first Caymanian to complete his divemaster certification through the company’s dive training program since Red Sail Sports began offering dive services in Grand Cayman 30 years ago. Batiste joined Red Sail Sports as an intern with the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre (CIFEC) work experience programme, and quickly established himself as an enthusiastic employee, an avid diver and a young man with a plan for the future.

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Some Thoughts from Scubafest 2017

“Scubafest Cornwall 2017 offered more than it had for many years. Diving was always on offer, from several boats, or from the shore. This year there was more to do and see, for the non divers and divers alike.

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Diver extraordinaire Jill Heinerth earns books contract

After winning Canada’s Polar Medal in March, Jill Heinerth has followed up in April with a four-book contract. Heinerth, a well-known technical diver, filmmaker, writer and photographer will now have another vehicle to educate Canadians in conservation, exploring and increasing awareness of the planet and its challenges.

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Diving for College Credit

In the heart of the Midwestern United States, far from any ocean shoreline or amazing fresh water lake, stands the…

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In scuba diving, there are many things to be grateful for, such as the trip to that must-see shipwreck, a newly discovered shipwreck, or the underwater world of corals and colourful reef fish. Also, there is diving with a group every week and adding another “log entry.”