French Polynesia is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, and few places showcase this more than the underwater wonderland at South Pass, Fakarava. This world-class dive site offers an unforgettable experience for divers of all levels, with stunning coral reefs, crystal-clear waters, and an abundance of marine life. Scuba Dive Profile: Depth: 40-120 ft (12-37 m) Level: Intermediate-Advanced Water temperature: 78-84°F (25-29°C) Visibility: 80-100+ ft … Continue reading Dive Logs- South Pass, Fakarava, French Polynesia
Scuba Diving at Wolf and Darwin Islands: A Thrilling Adventure in the Galapagos The Galapagos Islands are a diver’s paradise, and few sites are more thrilling than the underwater wonders at Wolf and Darwin Islands. These two remote islands in the northernmost part of the Galapagos archipelago offer some of the most spectacular diving in the world, with an abundance of marine life and unique … Continue reading Dive Log- Wolf and Darwin Islands, the Galapagos
Scuba diving is an exciting and adventurous activity that allows you to explore the underwater world. While there are many beautiful and popular diving sites around the world, there are also some unique and unusual sites that offer a one-of-a-kind diving experience. Here are the top 10 most unique scuba diving sites: 1. Silfra Fissure, Iceland: Silfra is a freshwater fissure located in Thingvellir National … Continue reading 10 Most Popular Dive Sites in the World!
From Aristotle to Cousteu have a quick look into scuba Diving! Continue reading A Glimpse of the History of Scuba Diving
The Blue Hole in Belize is a world-renowned dive site that attracts divers from all over the globe. This natural wonder is a giant sinkhole that measures 300 meters across and 125 meters deep, making it one of the most unique and challenging dive sites in the world. Diving the Blue Hole is a bucket list experience that requires advanced diving skills, but the rewards … Continue reading The Blue Hole- Belize. The Dive Log
Greenland shark killed by two Icelandic fisherman. Continue reading Respect the Ocean
This video is of a man named Yuri Lipski. This isn’t exactly a video showing his death but it is leading up to his death. They showed this to us when I was going through dive school. It is a great example of nitrogen narcosis and its effects on the body. Yuri as you can see, at the beginning of the video seems just fine. … Continue reading Why Buoyancy control is so important. *Warning Explicit Content*
scuba Diving Bucket list. Off the beaten path. Continue reading My personal Diving Bucket list