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Back to School: Advanced Nitrox & Deco Procedures

This past year, two of Blue Marlin Komodo’s instructors headed over to Gili Trawangan for a holiday full of beaches, tropical island vibes and some fun diving. 712 more words

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The Deep Scattering Layer

First noticed during the latter stages of the Second World War when hydro-graphic survey ships equipped with echo sounders showed a ‘phantom seabed’ appearing on the graphs, the Deep Scattering Layer (DSL) often appeared many hundreds of fathoms above that of the true seafloor that could clearly be seen on the graph. 606 more words

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Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History: An Interview with Tech Instructor Theresia

We’ve been waxing poetic about women in diving all month, from women who have just started their diving journey to those who’ve made it their careers. 2,219 more words

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"How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?"

That’s the setup for an old joke. It goes something like, “The absent-minded maestro was racing up New York’s Seventh Avenue to a rehearsal when a stranger stopped him. 355 more words

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Scuba Kings Gozo

Scuba Kings is a dive centre on Gozo run by Richard King (UK) and most of the staff comes from the UK. With the motto “where the diver is king” they take you exploring the incredibly clear and blue water around the island. 389 more words


Boat Diving Etiquette

Charter season has arrived once again here in the Great Lakes and wreck divers are chafing at the bit to get back out on our favorite boats.   491 more words

Howard Hall and the ‘Deep Sea’

(In 2006, I had the opportunity to chat with legendary underwater film-makers, Howard and Michelle Hall. The following interview was first published in April of that year. 2,202 more words

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