SCUBAPRO's EverFlex 5/4 wetsuit is specially molded with pre-formed arms and legs for a form-hugging and flexible fit. High-stretch neoprene is used in two thicknesses to maximize both core warmth and mobility in a suit ideal for a wide range of temperatures.
A watch-sized dive computer with a large numeric display, the SCUBAPRO Chromis is loaded with features for all types of water sports, including scuba diving, free diving and recreational swimming. It is nitrox-compatible and boasts a full-function watch mode, making it ideal for daily wear.
Cressi’s Air Travel has the lift capacity and rugged materials of a standard BC and the compact, fold-up design of a specialty travel model. Available in silver and blue mens versions as well as pink for ladies, the result is an easy-to-pack BC that stands up to year-round use and is excellent for warm and temperate water.
The Transpac XT harness from Dive Rite was inspired by packs used for mountaineering. The contoured harness fits securely and allows excellent mobility. Thickly padded shoulder straps and a lumbar support distribute weight across the hips and back. This reduces joint and muscle strain while moving around the boat or walking along shore. A crotch strap is also included to prevent the BC from shifting while in the water. Optional weight pockets can be mounted vertically or horizontally and hold up to 16 lbs.
Almost every physical object we use today is manufactured. And like anything man-made, it will not last forever. When these manufactured items are public infrastructure and involve the safety of millions of lives they must be inspected. Regularly. And continually.
Pristine reefs. Impossibly clear water. Beautiful, awe-inspiring marine life. These irreplaceable treasures are why you love to dive. How far would you go to protect them? Imagine a damaged oil rig, deep beneath the ocean’s surface, spewing thousands of barrels of oil into your favorite playground. With time running out for marine life in the vicinity, it’s time to call the heroes. It’s time to call in the commercial divers.
If you’re thinking of diving in the Caribbean, think Buddy Dive Resort. It’s the place to dive, dive, dive on Bonaire. We have many activities for non-divers too, or just sit back and enjoy our unhurried, unspoiled natural paradise offering spectacular sunsets, gentle breezes and crystal-clear turquoise waters.
The International Underwater Explorers Society is a true pioneer of diving, and since 1965 has developed Grand Bahama’s most diverse dive community. UNEXSO was the world’s first dedicated diving resort, and it continues to offer the safest and most advanced facilities in the Bahamas.