Browsing: Scuba Features

Tech diving allows you to explore areas other divers simply can’t reach; enjoying untouched dive sites and the peaceful depths of the ocean. It is hugely rewarding and becoming popular at liveaboard destinations around the world. Where can you go liveaboard tech diving? Whilst the Red Sea, and especially Dahab, is an iconic tech diving destination, there are other great tech diving places to experience. A liveaboard safari is often the best way to reach the remote destinations, and plenty of vessels now offer tech diving support. Micronesia Scuba diving at Truk Lagoon is a colourful experience, with numerous opportunities…

Share.

Welcome to Rendezvous Dive Adventures. Best scuba diving in Canada, BC, Vancouver Island Scuba diving in BC (British Columbia) on the west coast of Vancouver Island in Canada is a spectacular and unique experience. Since 1973 great encounters with wolf-eels, Giant pacific octopus, sea lions, six gill sharks and much more have been our trademark. Combine this with great homemade meals, whale and wildlife viewing options and amenities such as a hot tub on the viewing deck, kayaks, a dedicated camera / classroom and you can see why we are one of the premier dive charter operators and a prime dive destination in Canada.…

Share.

This video of the “Judge Hart” shipwreck was shot back in the summers of 2001 and 2002 by Terry Irvine with Sony Digital 8 cameras and HID video lights. Also present at the dive were Jeff Post and Richard Kelch. Diane Post  was the trip leader. Terry, Jeff, Richard and Diane had just re-discovered the wreck after it originally was found back in the mid 1990’s. The original musical score is by Willie McCullough (as per the video credits). The water temperature was 41F top to bottom, and visibility was approximately 40 feet. This is a fantastic wreck that is not dove…

Share.

Appreciating the little and large things in life is important and the same can be said for scuba diving. Whilst diving with manta rays and sharks is thrilling, are some of the best animals also the smallest? Go Indonesia diving and decide for yourself, immersing in a world of tiny critters and ocean giants. Where Can You Dive in Indonesia? Indonesia is a macro and megafauna diver’s paradise, with no shortage of dive destinations to choose from: Lembeh Strait, the ‘muck diving capital of the world’, has over 60 dive sites and a whole myriad of macro creatures in the black sands.…

Share.

For dive buddies looking to celebrate their love or spend a honeymoon on the ocean, there are plenty of luxurious liveaboards and remote white-sand destinations to choose from. Here are our top 4 liveaboards for couples and honeymooners: Scubaspa Ying, Maldives Nothing says honeymoon like diving the Maldives and the Scubaspa Fleet has two premier luxury liveaboards offering spa treatments, 6 full-time spa therapists, and fine dining. The Scubaspa Yingand Scubaspa Yangliveaboards offer year-round dive safaris to the central atolls of the Maldives, where divers can enjoy diving in warm, turquoise waters with whale sharks, manta rays and more. There are plenty…

Share.

Nemo 33, an absolute bucket list dive of mine for the past few years was fast approaching with a tight schedule of only two and half days to get there and back by car with my fabulous Photographer, Radoslaw Krol in tow. We set off early, dive masks packed, Saltrock knits on and Euro Tunnel tickets in hand. The aim for this trip was to not only dive Nemo but to also see how fast it could all be done and with how much ease it could be executed. Finding nearby interesting, signature dives close to home can sometimes be…

Share.

Spend some time in the company of an adventurer, find out what makes him tick and follow his remarkable journey on some of his real life adventures over the past 35 years. Experience the thrills, excitement and challenges that are associated with searching for shipwrecks and sunken treasure. There are over 10,000 shipwrecks off the coast of Nova Scotia with less than one percent having been located. The possibilities and opportunities for new discoveries of shipwrecks are limitless. Read about the remarkable history of but a few of the thousands of shipwrecks that lie off the coast of Nova Scotia.…

Share.

“Dive and Travel the Bay Islands of Honduras” is the latest in a series of informative dive guides produced through Rosenberg EBooks. This guide was written by Steve Rosenberg and Sandy Sondrol. It provides detailed descriptions of 76 of the best dive sites in and around Roatan, Utila and Guanaja. The guide also contains practical information on travel basics and information on some of the fascinating marine life that visitors will encounter in the Bay Islands. This electronic interactive guide has many useful features and can be used as a travel log or dive log, allowing you to add your own comments…

Share.

Video content is something most consumers are familiar with but aren’t quite aware of just how important it is. A B2C study reported in Forbes found that 90% of internet users stay on websites that utilize video content, with those users clicking off of websites that don’t. Scuba companies, which must embrace technology to remain competitive in the industry, have put video software to good use. From bespoke video-making services to kit companies taking the opportunity to give live-action demonstrations, the uses of video tech in modern scuba businesses are varied and creative. Making continued use of innovative video content will be important for…

Share.

It’s the start of a new year and the diving on offer is off the charts this month. The Maldives is the place to go for manta ray diving and picture-perfect atolls, whilst Mexico scuba diving in January is all about huge megafauna. The small African nation of Djibouti is also at its best this month, offering the chance to snorkel with numerous whale sharks. Manta Madness in the Maldives  January is a great time of year to visit the Maldives, as the dry season brings long sunny days just perfect for relaxed Maldives liveaboard diving. Whilst each of the different…

Share.
1 2 3 4 5 89