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It’s Dive o’clock in Baja California, Mexico! It’s Dive o’clock in Baja California, Mexico!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 6 days 20 hours ago.
Experience the wild side of Mexico and join us on this exclusive dive trip along the West coast of Mexico, the more budget-friendly alternative of the Galapagos. Get involved in whale shark conservation while snorkeling with them, dive with sea lions and maybe even see dolphins and rays while a marine biologist explains you all about marine life and conservation in this unique area. diveoclock.com/travel/Mexico/Baja_California/...
Everything you Need to Know about Diving on your Period Everything you Need to Know about Diving on your Period
Marlies-Diveoclock - 19 days 1 hour ago.
You’ve planned that big scuba vacation and have been looking forward to it for months. The flights are booked, the hotel is paid for, and the liveaboard has been arranged. There’s just one problem. You realize that you’re going to have your period. Is it disaster? Or, can you scuba dive while on your period? Keep on reading to find out all the details you need to know about diving on your period. diveoclock.com/blog/Period/...
Diving Tobago Diving Tobago
ridenj716 - 22 days 14 hours ago.
Trinidad and Tobago is a dual island nation near Venezuela. Tobago has the Caribbean Sea on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Going into my trip I put in a good amount of research regarding my level of diving and interests and came to the general consensus that Speyside would be the best bet for me. Speyside, located on the Atlantic Ocean side of the island, is known to be the best place to reach the more advanced dive sites (e.g. The Sisters, Curry Coconut, London Bridge, etc.). Bei...
Five Sustainable Life Hacks for Women That Save Money Five Sustainable Life Hacks for Women That Save Money
Marlies-Diveoclock - 27 days 4 hours ago.
Sea Sisters, let’s do it! Discover how you can live and travel to your next dive destination in a more sustainable way. Reduce your carbon footprint, plastic and fresh water waste with these money saving solutions. Watch those videos and Make Waves for Our Oceans! diveoclock.com/blog/Sustainable_Hacks_Women/...
Snorkeling Tips for Your Next Summer Holiday Snorkeling Tips for Your Next Summer Holiday
Marlies-Diveoclock - 7/12/2018 1:46 AM
Sea, sun and sand without a sunburn! Are you excited about your next beach holiday? Have you packed your new bikini and snorkel set yet? Things to consider when packing for your summer holiday plus tips on seeing more fish! diveoclock.com/blog/Snorkeling_Sun/...
High-quality ozone generator that helps in destroying all the impurities!
stevestark103 - 6/27/2018 2:28 AM
Water is essential to every human being. It is a necessary medium for the survival. Without it, it would be very difficult to sustain life. People must understand the need of having the purest drinkable liquid in order to have a healthy lifestyle that is necessary to get rid of all the perishable diseases. Ozonated water must be consumed so as to be assured of good quality and transparency of liquid being consumed on a daily basis. The people should use ozone generator that helps in transforming...
Haenyeo - Seeing the Incredible Women Divers of Jeju Island - South Korea! Haenyeo - Seeing the Incredible Women Divers of Jeju Island - South Korea!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 6/25/2018 10:24 AM
The Haenyeo (women divers), some in their 80s, dive to collect seaweed, shellfish and other seafood in a unique way (Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO). You can still see some of these sea mermaids ’at work’ and learn all about their history and culture in the Haenyeo museum on Jeju island. Continue reading for impressive facts and practical information. diveoclock.com/destinations/Asia/South_Korea/Haenyeo/...
Best Places to Go Diving in 2018 Best Places to Go Diving in 2018
Marlies-Diveoclock - 6/22/2018 8:40 AM
Divers know the thrill of exploring a new world below! With so much big blue ocean to see, where do you even begin? Whether you’re an experienced diver or you’re just getting started, these are the best places to go diving in 2018! diveoclock.com/destinations/World/2018/...
Jeju Island - The Best Diving of South Korea! Jeju Island - The Best Diving of South Korea!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 6/14/2018 10:13 AM
South Korea’s favourite holiday destination and one of the new 7 wonders of nature has a great adventure for you down below the surface. With possible strong currents, not the best visibility and some rock climbing involved - it is not for the faint-hearted - but a MUST DO experience in many ways! diveoclock.com/destinations/Asia/South_Korea/Jeju/...
Zero-to-Hero in SCUBA diving - Pros & Cons Zero-to-Hero in SCUBA diving - Pros & Cons
Marlies-Diveoclock - 6/09/2018 6:04 AM
From a non-diver doing your first try-dive to becoming a SCUBA dive professional, all is possible within a year. There are advantages and disadvantages regarding doing all your dive courses up to divemaster or even dive instructor in one-go. These are a few of the most-heard pros and cons divemaster trainees encounter. diveoclock.com/blog/Zero_to_Hero/...
The #binbagchallenge - Are You Ready to Show Your Love for The Ocean by Accepting this Challenge Tod The #binbagchallenge - Are You Ready to Show Your Love for The Ocean by Accepting this Challenge Tod
Marlies-Diveoclock - 6/06/2018 2:45 AM
When was the last time you saw a beach without trash, went diving without seeing plastic underwater or walked a street without cigarette butts? Unless you live in a place where others get paid to clean-up after you, you are likely to have seen this (fast growing) problem. Now here is the good news: With the #binbagchallenge you can be part of the tipping point. Let’s go viral for our oceans! diveoclock.com/blog/Binbagchallenge/...
Disabled Divers DDI
Richcoast - 6/05/2018 4:35 PM
Here at Rich Coast Diving we are always expanding our knowledge. Offering more options for you as a diver to make your trip to Costa Rica and visit Rich Coast a new adventure each time you come back. Of course this also creates reasons to DO come back! Our new challange and adchievement is that […]...
The SCUBA Show Returns To Long Beach – June 23-24
PSD - 6/01/2018 4:11 AM
The SCUBA Show is once again coming back to the Long Beach Convention Center, June 23-24! I used to be a regular attendee, but after the show kept looking the same year after year, I stopped going for a few years. I plan on going back this year, probably on Sunday, June 24th. I will […]...
Whale Shark Diving Etiquette Whale Shark Diving Etiquette
h2oman - 4/21/2018 9:27 PM
Whale Shark Diving Etiquette- Ningaloo Reef, Isla Holbox, Gladden Split, Kwatisore Bay, Darwin’s Arch, Simon’s Town, Sun Island, Kilindini Harbor, Donsol Bay, Utila Open Water, 1. Don’t be a pig. Get in the water quickly, but once you’ve swum with him for a few minutes, back off to let the other divers see him from up front. 2. Never grab a tail or ride off their middle fin. They are God’s creatures too, not mopeds. 3. Limit your expectations. Many people have expectations that are way too high,...
Halibut Hunting: California Seminar Halibut Hunting: California Seminar
h2oman - 4/20/2018 8:46 PM
Spotlight Local California: RAW HALIBUT By H2OMAN ...First published in Spearfishing Magazine (for California Trips contact Freedivingfilms.com) Trophies can be hunted and trophies can be married. Most divers who are underwater hunters have the problem that the trophies we are blessed enough to land on land and beneath the sea seem to get into shoving matches back home around the mantel. I got that suffocating feeling again (like you need to come up for air) when she looked up at me. She sat on ...
Pig looking ships Pig looking ships
ScubaScout - 2/21/2018 8:20 AM
PRESS RELEASE They were called pigboats not because they carried pigs. Dr. Daley is an expert on Whaleback ships built in Superior Wisconsin from 1888 to 1898. 43 were constructed; some were unpowered barges while others were independent steam-powered vessels. They were called pigboats because they had a distinctive pig-like bow. Come and listen to Dr. Matthew Daley talk about -In the Wake of Disaster: The story of the James B. Colgate, the Merida, and Lake Erie’s Black Friday Storm of 1916 at t...
Upper Midwest Scuba & Adventure Show Upper Midwest Scuba & Adventure Show
ScubaScout - 2/21/2018 8:13 AM
Share the Adventure at the 2018 Upper Midwest Scuba and Adventure Travel Show (UMSAT) Saturday, March 3, 2018 – 9:00AM to 6:00PM Double Tree by Hilton Bloomington –Minneapolis South 7800 Normandale Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55439 For Immediate Release: Looking for an amazing day full of adventure? The 18th annual Upper Midwest Scuba and Adventure Travel Show (UMSAT) combines professional divers, shipwreck hunters, educators, and underwater photographers, videographers, and archaeologists in a fascin...
SCUBA QUIZ: Shark Facts! SCUBA QUIZ: Shark Facts!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 2/20/2018 1:53 PM
Have you ever seen a shark while diving? They are magnificent creatures, on top of the marine food chain and unfortunately often misunderstood. Test your knowledge about sharks and see if you can answer these 10 questions right! diveoclock.com/quiz/23_Sharks/...
Back In The Water – I Hope This Is A Trend
PSD - 2/19/2018 4:52 AM
It was Paris Hilton’s birthday yesterday; she is a fellow SCUBA diver, so Happy Birthday Paris Hilton, and congratulations on your engagement and not hooking up with me! Yeah, she is not one of my six readers, but it’s the thought that counts. There has been a lot of crap going on in my life, […]...
Packing the dive bag for travel
johanohl - 2/16/2018 7:55 AM
Hi Buddies, I want to share some tips on how I pack my dive bag for liveaboard and dive travel, I hope it helps and that you enjoy the video :-) youtu.be/-P9wom7UM54...