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U/W Video

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http://www.atlantis.com/flash.aspx
There’s more to this 100,000-square-mile archipelago nation than sun, slots, and conch shells. Away from the crowded drags of Nassau and Grand Bahama lie miles of empty beach, world-class bonefishing, Continued…

May

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video – sharks feeding nell’isola di roatan – honduras- requins attaque

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TDI Cavern & Cave Manual - Books Videos and CDs - Scuba diving equipment & gear

Outlines the procedures for conducting cavern and cave dives safely and within the scope of your training Makes a great addition to your diving library Topics covered include: Limits based on no decompression Equipment configuration Continued…

May

6

This instructional video by Scuba.com explains the difference between the console and wrist computers. The console computer either comes with an air integrated system or a pressure gauge. The wrist computer will provide the same information as the console without the pressure unless you have a transmitter. If you have a transmitter it will provide you with a digital pressure reading on your wrist computer.

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I was in South Africa had the chance to go shark cage diving. It was fantastic. Skip to 7:23 in the video to jump the shark. Shark Diving Unlimited is http://www.sharkdivingunlimited.com

Anderson Cooper just went here http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/africa/12/11/pip.shark.diving/index.html?eref=rss_topstories#cnnSTCVideo

http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/world/2008/07/28/ac.pip.sa.shark.dive.cnn

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A review of the popular beach dive site called Electric Beach. Produced by the Hawaii Underwater Explorers Team.

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If this video loads I will be amazed!

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13

Strange fish recorded underwater while snorkeling does anyone know that fish ?

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Here’s an old vid I found from about 2002-ish. I went on a shark dive in St. Maarten. Very glad I did it but have a few issues with it in retrospect.
Letting sharks know that Humans = A Feed is pretty dumb I reckon. Even though these sharks are on the “safe list” it’s still not clever.
Having said that, I do like the fact that they only do it once in a while so the sharks don’t come to rely on the humans for food.
As we went down you couldn’t see any sharks anywhere. Then, as the food came out, they were simply there all of a sudden. It was as if they were there the whole time but keeping just out of sight …
One glided so closely over my head that it touched me! It was weird having a wild shark brushing my hair.
This just goes to show how amazingly agile they are. They cruised around, seemingly uninterested and lazy, then they’ll twist around within their own length with such speed and precision. It was a real eye opener.
I’ve always loved sharks in that I-Love-Sharks-But-Man-Am-I-Glad-They-Don’t-Live-In-My-Neighborhood kind of way so all through this dive I was gleefully grinning like an excited school girl.

– 3:20 “Say, is that a shark between your legs?”

The audio is one of Youtube’s free tracks, mine was crap 🙂

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http://www.tropicaldestinationmaldives.com

Maldives island resorts, hotels, travel information,plan your honeymoon holidays and vacations in Maldives. Continued…

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http://www.yctv.tv/floridakeys – When it comes to diving and snorkeling, the Florida Keys unlock an underwater paradise. Here, you’ll find the longest living reef in the western hemisphere; more than 500 wrecks to explore; the world’s first underwater hotel, more dive shops per square mile than anywhere else in the world; and crystal clear waters with visibility up to 120 feet — it’s no wonder that divers from all over the world come to the Florida Keys. Snorkeling and diving the reef off the Keys is an unforgettable experience — a kaleidoscope no painter will ever duplicate. Exotic shapes (corals such as stag- and elkhorn, brain, tree and sea fans) and bizarre color displays (from more than 600 varieties of fish) create a living, breathing landscape.
Ocean Quest boats depart twice daily for the reef. Each dive trip consists of two different dive sites, or the same site if you wish. They leave in the mornings at 9:00 am and in the afternoons at 1:00 pm. Two-tank Dive (two locations): $65.00 – $70.00. (Use your tanks and weights for the lower rate). SNORKEL TRIPS & BUBBLE WATCHERS: $35.00 -$40.00. FULL GEAR RENTAL: $95.00. BCDs, regulators, computers, scooters, dive lights, tanks, wetsuits, masks, fins, snorkels, lobstering kits, and Hawaiian slings. Water, snacks, and fruit juices on every dive. Mile Marker 85 US Highway 1. Islamorada, FL 33036

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16

Billabong Wetsuit Buyers Guide shot on location at Surfside Sports in Costa Mesa CA.
Billabong Wetsuits are available at www.SurfsideSports.com
Check out Surfline.com for surf reports, cams, and forecasts!

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Bride of Vingo, Shirra Wall and company get a surfing lesson and try out the Tofino beaches for their first surfing holiday on Vancouver Island’s West Coast. Girls in wetsuits, Feb 2008

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