As most of you who follow my little blog, well first thanks for that. My appreciation goes out to you who have deigned to put up with me even after you kinda got a handle on the type of guy I may be. 951 more words
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Although it is unhelpful to the operator’s cause to ever think of the media in adversarial terms the very nature of a critical incident is one that tends to favour the journalist’s position; especially when the dive operator has no control over when or where they might be interviewed … a continuation of the previous extracts regarding media interviews. 932 more words
Underwater welding is an exciting new career both to the experienced diver and skilled welder. Taking place in a different environment, this in-demand occupation may have its challenges, but its rewards are enticing. 891 more words
“I love the smell of neoprene in the morning. It smells like” … disaster?
Surfacing from the first dive of the day we watched our boat slide across the South China Sea toward the distant horizon, the Vietnamese skipper blissfully unaware of the curses following in his wake like homing torpedoes. 1,532 more words
Until this time, I hadn’t been brave enough to head up to the helideck to enjoy this beautiful view and with good reason. The bridge use a radar system which emits radiation to the surrounding upper deck area, particularly the helideck, and the last thing I fancied was frazzling my body under that! 504 more words