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Your Scuba View Contest- Winners Announced 

Your Scuba View Contest- Winners Announced 

28 April, 2015 at 8:21 am 0 comments

Congratulations to the four winners of the PADI Your Scuba View photo contest! The contest asked for users to share their personal view of scuba diving including topside and/or underwater highlights of scuba diving including, but not limited to, dive buddies, shore, pool or boat dives, specialty courses, marine life, unusual dive […]

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Video of the week: Sidemount Cavern Diving – Chac Mool

Video of the week: Sidemount Cavern Diving – Chac Mool

17 March, 2013 at 2:23 am Comments are Disabled

This weeks video of the week, comes from Cenotes, Mexico.   A Cenote is is a deep natural pit or sink hole.   The area offers a wealth of great diving and for those with the correct training  some amazing dives.     Why not also check out our great blog […]

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Cenote Scuba Diving

Cenote Scuba Diving

14 March, 2013 at 6:00 am 2 comments

By guest blogger: Chris Alstrand One of the things Lesley and I were most anticipating when we were preparing for our recent trip to Mexico was a chance to dive in cenotes. Cenotes are openings to underground rivers with caves, rooms, and passageways that form when an area of the roof over the […]

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