Scuba Diving

How far can you go? The world’s deepest dives in history

The ocean keeps Earth alive. Covering about 70 percent of our planet’s surface, the ocean regulates temperature, determines weather conditions, and supports all living organisms in one way or another. For centuries, it has also provided humans with food, transportation, commerce, recreation, and inspiration. Yet humans have only observed, explored, …

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6 summer adventure ideas from TOWN magazine

The July 2021 issue of TOWN magazine Anyone else panicking that we are already in July? It’s not too late to start planning your summer adventures. Our friends from CITY Magazine recently shared in their new number – 6 adventures of the south-east for the summer. So if you still …

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The Whiteshark Tini Underwater Scooter is a great way to explore the depths of the ocean

Exploring the ocean is quite a magical experience, with so much to see and do almost everywhere you turn. But when you’re snorkeling, scuba diving, or just paddling in the water, you’re almost always struck by the true size of the ocean. It’s huge – and your little human arms …

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Cristina Iglesias creates liquid sculptures by the sea

July 10, 2021 SAINT SEBASTIAN ONA ROCKY outcrop overlooking a Norwegian fjord, she created a wall of aluminum foil, making each of their slightly curved shapes distinct. At the open-air sculpture park of the Inhotim Museum in southern Brazil, she built a magical maze lined with replicas of vegetation. In …

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Time spent underwater helps paint a series of alluring sea slugs

TRENTON – Amid the heartbreak and darkness that plagued the world during the coronavirus pandemic, Trenton artist Kaitlyn Metcalf immersed herself in a work that explored color and light. The visual artist and her husband Ryan Swanson traveled to Southeast Asia in the winter of 2019-2020. In Thailand, they had …

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The siren is causing a sensation in Morris, despite the pandemic

By Tyler Barth COVID has forced everyone to make changes, even the sirens. Refusing to let the pandemic send his dreams to lifeboats, Sandra Walder, a professional siren, swivels around a few buoys and creates his own business. And since then, things have gone wonderfully. It’s been a splash interacting …

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Divers go to Hadrian’s Wall

A group of British Forces veterans attached to the Deptherapy charity set to embark on a 40-mile hike along Hadrian’s Wall in northern England – to raise money for staff without use of the Egyptian Roots Red Sea dive complex. The El Quseir center has been closed since the start …

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Reservoir launches the Hydrosphere Limited – Greg Lecoeur Edition watch

In many ways, the heart of a functional diver’s watch design can be boiled down to three factors: high readability under various conditions, a way to measure elapsed time underwater and, of course, resistance to water. ‘water. While all three of these tenets tend to emulate traditional three-hand designs with …

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Carson City Area July 4th Weekend Includes Carnival, Parades, Fireworks, Live Music and More | News from Carson City, Nevada

Event date: Repeats daily until Mon 05 Jul 2021. July 1, 2021 (All day) July 2, 2021 (All day) July 3, 2021 (All day) July 4, 2021 (All day) July 5, 2021 (All day) View full picture July 4th in Virginia City will be celebrated with a parade, live music …

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