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“It’s easy for a diver to be a coward and difficult to be brave because he usually works alone, unseen, uncriticised and unpraised … most of the foes are within himself and the victories unobserved.” 1,344 more words

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Scapa Flow

The Orkney Islands, area of Scapa Flow, a characteristic harbor following the times of the Norse intruders, all the more as of late a base for the Royal Navy, The last resting spot for the remaining parts of the German High Seas Fleet and the destination during the current years Selby Aquanauts jumping campaign. 532 more words

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Incident involving Drop Bottle and Deep Diving

A group of CCR divers undertook a trip on a liveaboard to explore wrecks in the 80-120m range.  On this particular occasion the boat was located some 100m from the reef wall and the wreck was 200-300m from the boat.  769 more words



Southern Norway is the support of Norwegian summer. Nearby atmosphere is mellow and summer season is warm. Rough drift is astounding for sailing. Other great approach to excite yourself is to make an excursion along the territory or go in for paddling. 529 more words

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Tekcamp, July 2015

We are just back from another amazing TEKCamp. I didn’t take as detailed notes as last time but had some great dives with Paul Toomer… 148 more words


Why I Dive

Why do we dive? What is it about entering the underwater environment that makes the experience so incredible?

For me, it’s about exploration and responsibility. 455 more words

Tate Besougloff

Truk Lagoon

Chuuk, or all the more especially Truk Lagoon, is a little gathering of 15 minor islands, which are arranged in the Western Pacific around 2,500 miles southwest of Hawaii. 457 more words

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