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Being Neighbourly

As a former believer in the notion perpetrated by generations of Chief Petty Officers – who took exception to ship’s decks being littered with rubbish – that the ocean was the “world’s biggest ashtray”, I always assumed that the sea was more than capable of dealing with anything that I happened to throw its way. 325 more words

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Genetically Modified Behaviour

“Barely fifty-years old yet recreational diving is  – in cultural terms – only slowly emerging from the Dark Ages of sexual inequality.” Says Professor Greta Wrassebender, author of the internationally acclaimed, … 663 more words

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Technical Diving and Sidemount

Why?

I took these courses because I wanted to develop my skills and expertise as a recreational scuba diver and instructor. Both Tec 40 and Sidemount certifications focus on buoyancy, trim and positioning in the water as well as proper dive planning. 526 more words

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Truk Lagoon Scuba Diving - June 2017

Dear Bloggers and Readers,

Its been long since I updated anything here. I have reduced my presence online for different reasons but would love to share some adventures with you from my trips. 136 more words

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A Chat with Barry Andrewartha

A person who, for more than four decades, has chronicled the changing face of diving and, in the process, given the Asia Pacific diving community an established and respected ‘voice’ in which to share adventures, discoveries and concerns, Barry Andrewartha’s commitment towards the development of recreational diving is evidenced in the pages of the diving publications that he, (together with his wife and business partner, Belinda Barnes) produced. 3,333 more words

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