I'm planing to go diving in Gozo on august
Is there any forecast about the sea state?
I'm planing a trip to Costa Rica on April 2017 and need to decide the best place to scuba dive: Cano Island or Guanacaste.
Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city town
Great dive at Redang Kalong Dive Resort.
My maiden dive, saw many lovely sea creatures - Nemo; stingray; schools of fish etc.
Water was clear, corals were pristine.
Dive masters were friendly and caring, always showing us nice new places to go.
Visiting Iceland Oct 2-5. Dive centres charge big $$$ for day trips. Can I just rent gear and do a shore dive myself?
Thanks for all advice!
LIBERTY WRECK Protaras Cyprus
This is the first wreck to be purposely sunk on 23rd May 2009 for the creation of an artificial reef in Cyprus. The initiative was taken by the Paralimni municipality in cooperation with the local dive centers and local divers. It soon become a new attraction for diving tourism in Cyprus, and the Cyprus Dive Center association followed a strategy of acquiring more vessels for other areas of Cyprus. The wreck is located in the Protaras area opposite Pernera beach, with easy access by boat. The area will also be controlled for boat traffic and fishing is strictly prohibited, making this an environmental marine fish reserve. It also attracts has an abundance of marine life (10 – 30 meters). Due to the depth 27 meters an Advanced Open Water and above is required. The wreck is frequently used by I Dive as a platform for instruction of diving wreck courses , as the wreck has been cleaned according to European and international standards for diver safety. The wreck is located 80 meters away from the Nemesis III wreck so divers have the benefit to enjoy both wreck on a single or double dive.
I Dive Protaras
Zenobia Wreck Cyprus
The Zenobia was a Swedish built Challenger-class RO-RO ferry launched in 1979 that capsized and sank close to Larnaca, Cyprus, in June 1980 on her maiden voyage. She now rests on her port side in approximately 42 meters (138 ft) of water and was named as one of The Times top ten wreck diving sites in the world in 2003. The Zenobia is considered as the top wreck of Europe with thousands of visitors enjoying the famous wreck each year. At I Dive Tec Rec Centers Plc, we have very experienced professional instructors that will give you a http://www.idivecy.com guided tour in safety and security in many points of interest on the wreck depending on your level of comfort and wreck diving experience. We run daily trips to the Zenobia. We also participate in world underwater photography competition and participate on the Zenobia week every year.
Large groups of divers may be eligible for private boat charter. Dive this wonderful wreck with your dive club and dive buddies and we will offer you all needed to make your trip unforgettable. Special prices negotiated for groups over 8 people. If you are on your own we will find a pre-organised trip for you to join. Non-Divers are welcome so bring them along for the day trip and enjoy the Wreck of the Zenobia from the surface while snorkeling. A package deal to show you a selection of wrecks around Cyprus. You have the option of one of our most popular packages to dive 4 wrecks while diving in Protaras and Ayia Napa (Liberty, Nemesis III, Kerynia FPV, Zenobia) which is (5 wreck dives and 1 check dive) for €255.00 or take the wreck diver specialty on the above wrecks for €319.00, with all material, certifications, equipment, transportation, boat fees, light snacks and free nitrox inclusive. More information www.idivecy.com, ++35799689961
Cayman Brac "The deepest part of the Caribbean is the Cayman trough, a trench of over 6,000m (20,000 miles) deep "
After a trip to the London dive show, me and my dive buddy decided to book a holiday to Cozumel Mexico with an additional 4 days in Playa del Carmen. Cozumel does not disappoint, amazing coral formations, with moderate to strong currents, giving some spectacular drift diving. The protection offered by the national park "Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park", means there is an abundance of marine life that flashes past the eyes as you go with the current. The big coral formations on many of the dives, gives shelter from the current giving you time to explore or just regroup. Many of the big coral formations being built of limestone allow for spectacular swim through, good buoyancy control and fining action essential. June was a good time for turtles, with loggerhead and hawksbill turtles being seen on nearly every dive.
Hallo. Me and my boyfriend are going to Baja California Sur tomorrow and are there for 1-2 weeks. I have just got my dive license and he snorkels. We are both eager to experience hammerheads, eagle rays and of course whale sharks. Does anybody know if it's possible to see any of those things by snorkeling? And are there any advises on where to go in Cabo San Lucas? Or any good dive companies?
Mange thanks / Signe!
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