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Why I’m A Serial Rebreather Diver in the Galapagos

Within this archipelago, the dive sites at Darwin’s Arch and Wolf Island are approximately 24 hours by boat, across an open sea, from the southern islands, making them one of the world’s more remote dive sites.

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Tec for Rec

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Diving the Andrea Doria

Many technical divers familiar with the wreck consider the Andrea Doria to be the Mount Everest of scuba diving.

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The 2nd Annual Utila Dive Festival

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Out Of the Light Zone: Part II

Cave divers dive in certain formations, adhere to certain rules and communicate the way we do because in an overhead environment there is no direct access to the surface.
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Ear Barotrauma: Causes, Symptoms and Prevention

It’s easy to prevent ear barotrauma if you follow the proper precautions and procedures. Here we aim to help divers learn more about these injuries, and how to keep them from happening.
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5 Things to Know About Diving The Mangroves

Mangrove forests offer a refreshing scenic change and intriguing challenge for adventurous divers. Here are five tips for having the best experience in the mangroves.
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Out of the Light Zone: Becoming a Cave Videographer

I came to Mexico to seek a different kind of depth, one that’s horizontal rather than vertical, leaving the light zone to witness the most untouched wonders of nature, formed over thousands of years.
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