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X-Ray Mag #1

May 18, 2004 - 15:53
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Belize's Great Blue Hole

October 13, 2011 - 23:32
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page 15

We jump into the water as a pair of bull sharks swim past. As we descend into the depths of the Great Blue Hole off the coast of Belize, the light slowly dims. Bubbles from our regulators form silvery plumes that cascade to the surface.

At 60 feet (18m), there is a noticeable thermocline as we descend into cooler water.

Egersund - Diving the Norwegian Fjord

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Being the sole natural harbor between the Norwegian coastal towns of Hitra and Stavanger, Egersund has since times past been visited by ship traffic resulting in a very exciting area for wreck divers. But also those explorers who treasure the natural riches of the deep will find much to enthral even the most seasoned of divers here where the Gulf Stream nurtures the abundant plant and animal life.

The history of diving in the town began in earnest in the early 1960s when Egersund Frømandsklub [frog man club] was founded. The club folded a couple of years later, but in 1974, Egersund Dykkeklubb [diving club] was founded.

Tasman Peninsula

October 13, 2011 - 23:23
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“Tasmania is a secret garden at the edge of the southern ocean. Every dive in Tasmania displays an exquisite combination of lyrical beauty and the wistfully bizarre."

-- David Doubilet

More than 12,000 unfortunate souls were incarcerated in sometimes brutal conditions until the cessation of transportation from England and the closure of Port Arthur as a prison in 1877.

Tea, nitrox and vodka - Diving Lake Baikal

October 13, 2011 - 23:23
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page 40

Deep in the heart of Siberia lies one of the world’s largest lakes and one of its seven underwater wonders.

The sudden fall of the Berlin Wall changed the idea of an expedition to Lake Baikal from just wishful thinking to a project that was actually realisable. It would take time, but now here I am at last, and it is with a feeling of the surreal that I now sink down through the cold, clear water.

Technical Diving: Why?

October 13, 2011 - 23:25
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Technical diving gives you the opportunity to develop your diving without becoming an instructor. But the diving becomes more difficult, and the technology is not what you are used to.

In recent years, a new path has opened up for those who do not want to become an instructor and yet want to develop with his or her diving; that path is technical diving.

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