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Andy Phillips

Course Director at Utila Dive Centre
Stories by Andy
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Training

Deploying Your Safety Sausage

Learning how to use your submersible marker buoy is a key dive skill

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Training

Career Paths in the Scuba Diving Industry

Have you ever wished your scuba vacation would never end?

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In the Water Stories Training

Become a Better Diver in 2015: Scuba Resolutions

If you’re new to the sport or haven’t dived in a while, here are a few areas for you to think about and practice.

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10 Signs You’re a Good Candidate for Tec Diving

Anything below the recreational limit is within the purview of technical diving, and it may be the new personal challenge you’re looking for.

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The Value Of PADI’s Discover Scuba Diving Course

The Discover Scuba Diving program enables anyone with even a fleeting interest to experience exactly what it is that makes our sport so special.
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson
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Dive Site: Verzasca, Switzerland

The Verzasca river might not offer the deepest or most wildlife-filled dives, but the area does offer something that not many easily accessible sites provide — rugged beauty both in and out of the water.
by Trevor Sanford
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Dive Site: Double Reef, Curacao

As with most sites in Curacao, you’ll want to look closely and pay attention.
by Shelley Collett
Poisonous crown of thorns sea star (Acanthaster plancii, echinoderm), Egypt.

Armed and Dangerous: Crown-of-Thorns Starfish Ecology in Guam

Since biochemical warfare seems so promising for land wars, scientists developed an unlikely new strategy — fighting COTS with cows.
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