Tag: scuba

September 10, 2009 John Flanders 0

How To Avoid High Costs in Servicing Your SCUBA Regulator

 The following article is provided courtesy of Ben Davison, Undercurrent Magazine Not long ago, one of our readers told me he had paid nearly $100 to have both stages of his regulator and his octopus serviced to keep up the warranty. Another subscriber, Jeff Reed (Naperville, IL) tells us he…

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September 9, 2009 Staff Writer 0

New Live-aboard Vessel Under Construction

Explorer Ventures has announced a new vessel! The M/V Humboldt Explorer is now under construction in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The new vessel, named for the current that brings life to the pristine and world-renowned Galapagos Islands, has secured one of the valuable diving permits for the Galapagos Islands and will be…

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September 4, 2009 Staff Writer 0

SCUBA Photo Contest Announced in Riviera Maya, Mexico

The Riviera Maya Divers Alliance announced the first free entry recreational and technical Scuba Diving Photo Contest in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico during the week of December 5th to 12, 2009, which includes photos opportunities in the Yucatan Caves, Caverns and on the second largest barrier reef in the world,…

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