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A brief History of Scuba Diving

Ever wondered about the history of Scuba diving? While we are in lockdown we thought we would take some time to explore our sport’s origins.   The history of scuba diving starts with free diving as a widespread means of hunting and gathering food and valuable resources such as pearls and coral.   One of the earliest reference of […]

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Health benefits associated with Scuba Diving

Staying healthy is at the forefront of our minds in our current situation. It is well known that sports can help exponentially with physical and mental health, and Scuba diving is no different. We wanted to share with you some of the health benefits of scuba diving. Apart from the obvious relaxation and time away […]

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What kind of diver are you?

Diving offers more options than most other sports. Some have a passion for sharks, other lust for rust. Do you like small subjects or prefer to swim with mantas. Cold or tropical waters… the options are endless. So, what kind of diver are you? Wreck Diver Wayne Wayne wants to know about every wreck dive […]

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