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Davidbiopic
December 2, 2013 DiverWire Staff

World Renowned National Geographic Photographer to Judge Bimini Shark Showdown

(DiverWire) Internationally famous underwater and wildlife photographer David Doubliet and his partner Jennifer Hayes have signed on to judge and run workshops at the 2014 Bimini Shark Showdown Photography Competition held at the Bimini Sands Resort & Marina. Since his first National Geographic assignment in 1971, David has journeyed around…

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Top 5 Scuba Tips for Beginners
November 13, 2013 DiverWire Staff

Top 5 Scuba Tips for Beginners

(DiverWire) Editorial - People stop me on the street or call me frequently and inquire how they go about getting into a “fun” scuba class or are curious about how to find a “good” scuba instructor. They have this impression of instructors being gruff and grouchy, expecting them to pass some…

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BARE velocity
August 21, 2013 DiverWire Staff

BARE redesigns the Velocity wetsuit

(DiverWire) BARE is pleased to introduce the completely redesigned Velocity, the company’s innovative cross-over dive and watersports wetsuit.    Introduced in 2007, the Velocity was the first wetsuit to feature strategically placed stretch fabric in areas needing maximum flexibility, particularly the shoulders and torso. For the second generation, BARE refined the…

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July 24, 2013 DiverWire Staff

Zeagle introduces Covert, a superlight BC that doesn’t compromise

(DiverWire) For any diver looking to find a lightweight buoyancy compensator that doesn’t compromise quality or durability, Zeagle’s all-new Covert BC is the answer. Released this week, Covert continues Zeagle’s 30-year tradition of designing rugged buoyancy compensators that stand the test of time. It’s made of durable, high-endurance materials and…

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