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  • To Boldly Go…

    To Boldly Go…

    Watch these brave adventurers boldly go where no one has gone before. But it’s not outer space although it might as well be. Check out this very interesting dive and see if you have the heart to go where no one has gone before? Scuba Diving Tank O-Ring Dive Kit Keychain with Pick Old Price: $19.99

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  • Chac Mool

    Chac Mool

    Say What??? I know that’s a strange title but it is actually the name of a cenote in the Riviera Maya, Mexico. The beauty of this dive is that it is a shallow cave dive that can be accessible to just about any diver brave enough to want to do a cave dive. As  you will see, there is other aspects of this dive that make it beautiful. Scuba Diving Log Book – Deep Down Great White Shark Last Great [...]

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  • Paradise Springs

    Paradise Springs

    This may not be paradise for some divers who are scared of confined spaces. But for those cave divers out there, this is a must see video. Paradise Springs is an opening to an underground stream. History doesn’t record when the earth collapsed, revealing the clear water below, but the years have made the landscape dramatic. Set among the rolling hills of the Ocala area terrain and shaded by magnificent oak trees, the view from the steps down to the [...]

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  • Cenotes Of Mexico

    Cenotes Of Mexico

    A combination of various geological events and climate changes created an incredible and unique eco-system in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Created naturally over 6,500 years ago, the cenotes (meaning “sacred well”) are filled with crystal clear, fresh water opening to a vast system of underground caverns, tunnels and chambers. For thousands of years, these caves had been dry, forming stalagmites, stalactites, columns and flowstones. In some places, the land above subterranean rivers have collapsed, creating access for divers to explore these [...]

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  • Spring Diving Of A Different Kind

    Spring Diving Of A Different Kind

    When you hear spring diving, you probably think of the time of year. And while diving in the spring can be very enjoyable, especially after a long winter, today’s spring dive is a little different. It actually takes place in a Florida spring. You just have to experience Florida spring diving and snorkeling like never before! Take a dive in this natural Florida spring in it’s 74 degree, 99% pure crystal clear water. Swim with the local wildlife including otters, [...]

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  • Are You Ready For This?

    Are You Ready For This?

    Cave diving can seem like a very scary experience for most divers. Being in an enclosed space with no way out is enough to scare anyone away from trying it. But with the right training and certification you can have a dive that is unmatched anywhere. And if you need proof check out this cave dive in the Bahamas. The Bahamas Underwater Caves are the most beautiful, enigmatic and interesting underwater caves on earth. This underwater caves contain thousands of [...]

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  • Turtle Tomb

    Turtle Tomb

    With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time for a scaarrryyyyy video today. So let’s go to Turtle Tomb. It is one of the must dives in Sipadan for any cave divers! Turtle Tomb is part of a huge cave system located after Turtle Cavern. There are many side tunnels with dead ends. You can go up to 200 m from the entrance of the cave. Along the cave there are several turtle skeletons, making it an eerie sight deep [...]

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  • The Blue Grotto

    The Blue Grotto

    Dive the largest clear water cavern located in the heart of freshwater spring country in Williston, Florida. The Blue Grotto lets you dive down to a depth of 100 feet (30 meters) in crystal clear water all the way down at a water temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit (23 degrees Celsius) all year round! Only Open Water Diving Certification is necessary as Blue Grotto is the safest cavern dive in the area, but it is a thrilling and fun experience [...]

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  • Cave Diving In France

    Cave Diving In France

    This cave dive took place is a little place in France, known as St. Sauveur Springs. St Sauveur is less well known dive site. It goes deep quickly sloping to 80m after only 250m penetration. After 250m though you hit a dead end. The current line ends in a dead end on the far side of a large boulder choke. No way on has yet been found, but this is something that future trips might be able to find.  Who [...]

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  • The Blue Hole

    The Blue Hole

    Santa Rosa, NM is home to a great dive simply known as the Blue Hole. It is a fresh water training site used by locals to practice cavern diving. Check it out. New I-Flex Fitted Design Scuba Diving Cap with Embroidered Diver Down Flag – Black (Size Small/Medium) Price: $24.95

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