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What did volunteer divers find during Debris Month of Action? More than 38,680 debris items including 3,935 plastic beverage bottles, 2,152 cigarette filters, and 2,363 cigar tips. Shocking? Wait until we tell you what the most bizarre and unusual discovery was: a “makeshift toilet” found in the murky depths of the Sheffield Canal in the UK.
Whether your kids are world travelers or just getting ready for their first trip, these 10 tips will save your sanity and keep your kids happy. All at the same time.1. Pack your stuff judiciously, then cut it by half. You think one person’s stuff can fill up a room? Try four people’s stuff. This isn’t Fashion Week in New York — a couple pairs of shorts/dresses should suffice, as most resorts have laundry service.
Peter Bowker, a British soldier and veteran of the Afghanistan conflict was injured by a road bomb in late 2008 – losing his right leg below the knee and badly fracturing his right femur.
September’s Debris Month of Action is in full swing and as always, scuba divers are going above and beyond to help remove trash to keep our ocean environment clean and healthy. Samy Gheraz and the crew at Infinity Ocean Diving in Phuket, Thailand kick started their Dive Against Debris Hero actions, organising monthly Dive Against Debris surveys – the first one of which took place with great success on 9th September.
›› Grip Lock stainless-steel tank buckle allows for the quick mounting of BC to cylinder›› Octo slot provides a place to stow a safe second stage where it’s easy to see and access during a dive ›› Wrapture harness system hugs the body and stabilizes the tank for maximum comfort and control at depth ›› Available in seven sizes; buoyant lift: 35 lb., weight: 7.6 lb.
Dive lights make night dives possible, and they can really ratchet up the fun quotient of a day dive by allowing you to probe darker recesses in the reefs.
Find out why the Nauticam NA-S110 housing and Canon Powershot S110 camera were selcted as the Editor's Pick...
The aquabionic warp1 fin actively changes size and shape using Water Adapting Responsive Propulsion — or warp — technology to provide efficiency for any strength or style of kick.
Stretch panels are placed in specific performance zones in the suit and then double-glued with BARE’s Secure-Lock construction. A 360-degree Glideskin neck seal and internal skin-in flip seals at midforearm and midcalf help reduce water entry.
Designed for the advanced diver, this tough BC includes the Wrapture Harness System, Surelock II integrated-weight system, a dump valve in each corner, plus lots of D-rings and other features no serious diver can do without.