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One of the great things about scuba diving is the people you meet from all walks of life with a shared passion for the ocean – it brings people together for adventures of a lifetime. A liveaboard trip is an ideal way to get to know some new scuba buddies and explore world class dive sites together. Sometimes though, you don’t want to be diving with people you don’t know and would prefer to be on a boat with just family or friends. This is where chartering a boat comes in.
In an effort to promote liveaboard diving and get a young audience excited about the fantastic underwater world, we have…
HMCS Saguenay was a St. Laurent-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy and later the Canadian Forces from 1956-1990. Saguenay is 366 feet long and rests in 90′ of water, and currently leans on its port side. Scuttled in 1994 as an artificial reef off Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, she took 20 minutes to disappear beneath the waves, and landed upright in the sand. In May of 1995, she had taken on a 70-degree list to starboard. Each year she settles further onto her side.
The Thai Soccer Team Cave Rescue explained in everyday language by cave diver Jill Heinerth. Jill is a cave explorer and friend/colleague of several Thai cave rescuers including Australian Doctor Richard Harris and UK Cave Rescue Specialist Rick Stanton.
From the decks of expedition sailboats, fishing vessels and research boats, to charter vessels, dive operations, tall ships and kayaks, Tavish Campbell has spent most of his life exploring the coastline of British Columbia above and below water.
3 years ago we were invited out for an unusual dive inside an abandoned and flooded Cold War era nuclear missile silo. The place is a videographer’s dream. We could have spent an age underwater there, moving behind cables, grids, launch platforms, and old equipment. It’s like a gigantic movie set.