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Jason Heller | Jun 25, 2007 2:00 AM
During the final months of 2006, a number of leading diving related websites launched a collaborative diver survey, which included a chance to win an Indonesia live aboard trip with Archipelago Fleet...
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Jason Heller | Jun 24, 2007 2:00 AM
ScubaPortal.it, the most popular Italian Internet scuba diving portal, is updated daily with articles and pictures by famous journalists and scuba v.i.p's. and also by common people who want to share their personal experiences through words and images...
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Wendy Heller | Jun 3, 2007 2:00 AM
SCUBA Show celebrated its 20th year in 2007. The dive industry was greeted by thousands of California divers on June 2nd and 3rd at the Long Beach convention center, just steps from the Aquarium of the Pacific
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Wendy Heller | Oct 31, 2006 2:00 AM
We all have had a scare or two while diving, but not many of us have had a dive like this. The following story was sent to us by a diver from the UK who wishes to remain anonymous. The following individuals' names have been changed to protect their identities. It was an overcast and dreary summer morning when Mike the dive master talked his Captain, Gary, into taking him on a solo dive to one of his favorite wrecks. The dive would remain etched in his memory forever
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Joseph Tepper | Feb 25, 2021 2:57 PM
Packed with travel features and photo tips
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Matt J. Weiss | Feb 25, 2021 2:57 PM
Thirteen years after the world rallied to curb overfishing, most nations are failing to abide by the U.N.'s code of conduct for managing fisheries, scientists found
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