Suunto & Aqualung Recall

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SureLock II Weight Pocket Handles  [singlepic id=387 w=320 h=240 float=] Aqua Lung is conducting a voluntary recall of SureLock II weight pocket handles. SureLock II is the mechanical weight release system found on most Aqua Lung buoyancy compensators (BCs) beginning … Read More

Cooper River Dive Trip

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The Cooper River, SC dive trip offers divers the unique experience of searching the bottom of the river for giant megalodon fossilized shark teeth, whale fossils, mastodon fossils and many other fossils.  There is also a great opportunity here for … Read More

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Cayman Brac Day 6 Final Post

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This day has been filled with two great dives, washing our equipment, taking tours, and sunning on the beach or pool. We ended the day with a steak and chicken cook out. We made dives on Double Wall and Buccaneer.  I … Read More

Cayman Brac Day 5


Another great day of diving today.  Traveled to Little Cayman to dive “Bloody Bay Wall”.  It is a very healthy reef with beautiful corals and sponges teeming with schooling fish.  We saw sharks, squids, turtles, rays, and big schools of … Read More

Cayman Brac Day 4

ScubaVentureNews, Travel

Great day today with weather, approx. 90 degrees, slight wind, sunny skies. The wreck was excellent with great vis. The second dive was “Snapper Reef” on the north side. There were loads of schooling fish throughout the reef. The afternoon … Read More

Cayman Brac Day 3

ScubaVentureNews, Travel

We did three more dives today. We did not get over to Little Cayman today because it was a little rough. The dive shop may take us there Thursday or Friday.  Today we encountered rays, turtles, and big groupers that followed us around the … Read More

Cayman Brac Day 2

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We had a great diving day today seeing large schools of fish, petting groupers…..again, and seeing very healthy coral formations.  We also went through tunnel shoots that had us exit at 110 ft.  We then traveled along the wall, then … Read More

Cayman Brac Day 1

ScubaVentureNews, Travel

All are having a great time. The weather has been fantastic so far.  We are all on one boat which makes diving as a group easy.  The water temp. is 84 degrees.  Sunday we saw large groupers, a barge with … Read More

Waves, Tides & Currents Training

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[singlepic id=354 w=320 h=240 float=] July 22:  Waves, Tides Currents SSI Specialty Course: Waves, Tides & Currents “Have you ever dreamed of gliding with the current and watching sharks or dolphins at the same time?”Adequate training in current diving is … Read More