Jun

9

Marsa Alam Deep South Scuba Diving, Oct 2005. Liveaboard was Spirit of Folk run by Emperor Divers. Booked through Blue Ocean Diving.
This video features oceanic white tip sharks, an eagle ray and a turtle.
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Duration : 0:2:21

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May

24

Scuba diving at Dahab and Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. Shot with Sealife DC500 underwater camera. More information about the dive and trip Continued…

May

14

For the dive, divers go down 35 feet and sit on the bottom. Snorkelers float on top. Everyone has a dive light, which attracts columns of plankton. The mantas then somersault between divers and snorkelers, eating the plankton and giving everyone a dramatic show.

Duration : 0:4:1

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Apr

30

These Manta Rays are attracted to the plankton brightly lit by our dive lights

Duration : 0:0:42

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Apr

30

Learning to scuba dive on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, back in the year 2000. We had a 1 week training course including 9 dives on a liveaboard which moved between different reefs. Video includes parts of the PADI open water certification including navigation, removing mask. Lots of fish, turtles, corals and other amazing underwater life. Fran is wearing pink fins, and Neil has odd blue and green fins.

The last two minutes show some library footage from Cairns Dive Centre.

Duration : 0:9:59

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Apr

28

Manta Ray Night Dive, Kono, Hawaii

Manta rays feast on tiny plankton attracted by the dive lights.

Duration : 0:6:57

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Feb

18

Samy’s Shark Dive At Deep Sea World Edinburgh (Fife not edinburgh lol 😛 )29 / 11 / 2008 to raise money for the Anthony Nolan Trust

Random song i know but i just wanted a calm kind of thing with not many words lol

btw check out my fringe floating about lol ahah

Duration : 0:8:54

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Feb

5

Check out what this summer has brought to Sharm el Sheikh! Diving with beautiful Manta Rays. Filmed by Carlotta Rio & Claudio Garombo.

Duration : 0:1:54

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Dec

18

A night dive off Kona, Hawaii, with manta rays. Big Bertha, measuring 14 feet, one of the largest and oldest in the area, can be seen about 40 sec in. She has been observed feeding in this spot for over 20 years, and now a couple of her offspring come in as well.

The manta rays come to feed on the plankton attracted by the lights set on the ocean floor. The plankton is seen as red little dots in front of the lights.

Duration : 0:5:38

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