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Scuba Diving Key West: 4 Incredible Dive Sites Not To Miss Out On

Scuba Diving Key West is part of our Top Dive Sites of the World The southernmost part of the continental US Key West is famous for several things, including outstanding diving. A scuba diving Key West trip is on almost every diver’s agenda due to the phenomenal reefs and wrecks that lie in the waters…

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‘DIVING Talks’ Dive Show Will Have a Panel Featuring Senior PADI, SDI and SSI Executives

This year’s DIVING talks international dive show in Portugal will have a cool panel about the future of teaching in diving. The panel will include Mark Caney, Mark Powell and Jean Claude Monachon talking about diving through the perspective of the three biggest agencies: PADI, SDI and SSI. Caney is PADI’s Industry Relations and Training…

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Diving Memorabilia Auction Date Announced

The Nation’s Attic Inc. has announced its next historical diving memorabilia auction will take place on December 4th, 2021. The auction features a host of historical equipment, including the legendary US Navy Mark V diving helmet, with several other World War II examples on offer. In addition, there is a Mark V helium helmet up…

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Scuba Diving Book Remastered Book Anthology Released

Renowned author Simon Pridmore has released a remastered anthology of four of his best scuba series books. The new release is the ultimate scuba compendium, which provides readers with the vast array of knowledge included in the books. This makes the new release a go-to source for information about scuba diving. The four books included…

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Oyster Diving Is Now Booking Red Sea Trips On The M/Y Scuba Scene

Dive tour operator Oyster Diving has announced a new collaboration with the Red Sea liveaboard vessel M/Y Scuba Scene. The four-deck, 43-meter/141-foot, steel-hulled Scuba Scene has each cabin affording guests their own fridge, en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning. Other on-board facilities include two large ice machines, sundecks, bar, professional coffee and espresso maker, camera tables, as…