Beginning in 2015, each year the dive community comes together for Women's Dive Day – an annual event that celebrates the contributions and dedication shown by the women in diving, and smashes the myth that diving is a "guy" sport. Some of the most inspirational people in diving are formidable and passionate women who are...
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All images provided by B&J Diving Centre Off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, lay some of Malaysia’s best diving islands. Redang, Perhentian, Lang Tengah, Tenggol and, of course, Tioman, are underwater playgrounds; teeming with life and bursting with colour. Diving in Tioman caters to every level of diver from tranquil calm dive sites that...
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Early in my life in eastern United States, I took up exploring the underside of the surface in ponds, rivers, lakes and the ocean. Later, as an athlete and waterman in high school near Chicago, I became intoxicated by the scuba bug. Like most people when they are young, I lacked the time and money...
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30 July marks International Day of Friendship — so what better time for us to celebrate friends, family, dive buddies, and take a quick peek at some close-knit connections beneath the waves: Oceanic whitetip sharks and pilot fish An oceanic whitetip and its posse of pilot fish are one of the open ocean's most iconic...
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Written by guest blogger, Julia Thomas. It’s no secret that plastic is one of the biggest polluters of the world’s oceans. Whether it’s bags, straws, bottles or containers, plastic items are often found in the ocean as a result of littering, being flushed down toilets or being thrown in a bin instead of recycled. In...
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