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Andrew and Marit Miners Honored as Scuba Diving Sea Heroes

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Source: Scuba Diving

Andrew and Marit Miners are co-founders of Misool Eco Resort and  Misool Foundation (called Yayasan Misool Baseftin in Indonesian)often held up as an example of how everyday people with grit, heart and determination can effect real change. For their vision and dedication, the Miners are our January/February Scuba Diving Sea Heroes. Read more

January 15, 2018 |

Banded Sea Kraits

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The venomous banded sea krait has impressive adaptions for life on land and at sea.  Sea snakes evolved not from fish but from terrestrial snakes that elected to re-enter the ocean.  While true sea snakes eventually gave up living on land altogether, Laticauda colubrina still spends a good deal of its time out of the water, up to 50% according to some estimates. Read more

January 11, 2018 |

Can you be too old to buy dive travel insurance?

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By Bonnie McKenna

I have never thought of myself as old, despite my chronological age telling me so. I am in good physical shape, I have been diving since I was 14-years old, I work-out 5-6 days a week, don’t take medications, travel internationally and have a sunny, bright outlook on life. The idea of being old was rudely brought to my attention when I attempted to purchase travel insurance. Read more

January 8, 2018 |

6 Must Have Travel Accessories

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By  Ernie Arellano – Scuba Diving Resources

Passport? Check. Guidebook? Got it. Clean underwear? We’d never forget that!

After almost 50 years of travel to almost every continent for business and of course to dive. The accessories on this short list are ones that learned the very hard way I should always pack. These small lightweight & compact devices would of saved me from losing precious photos, drowned out travel noise, kept my devices nice and charged for emergency communication & my enjoyment, and helped my phone(s) survive a dunk in the water. Read more

January 7, 2018 |

The BEST Booze to Drink to Maintain Weight

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Source: Cookinglight

Can you enjoy a glass of wine and still lose weight? Sort of. While alcohol adds extra calories and isn’t recommended for weight loss, an occasional drink can fit into your diet plan. The key is to make a smart choice (think 150 calories or less) and stick with just one to two alcoholic beverages. Check out our best and worst drink choices when you’re dieting. By: Carolyn Williams, PhD, RD Read more

January 5, 2018 |

Top 10 health benefits of SCUBA diving

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Source: Health Benefits

SCUBA diving is known as a thoroughly enjoyable and sometimes adrenaline boosting sport, however most do not know that SCUBA diving has many health benefits. Did you know that it is truly good for your health…mind, body and soul? Whether you are a beginner recreational diver interested in seeing the beautiful reefs of the sea, or an experienced deep sea diver who travels to depths seldom seen by the human eye, scuba diving can provide numerous benefits. Read more

January 4, 2018 |

Mexico Establishes Largest Marine Protected Area in North America

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Source: Author Jason Daley – Smithsonian.com

The nation will fully protect 57,000 square miles around the Revillagigedo Islands from fishing and resource extraction.

Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, signed a decree creating a massive marine reserve, spanning 57,000 square miles around the four Revillagigedo Islands—a volcanic archipelago 240 miles southwest of the Baja Peninsula. The reserve is the largest marine protected area yet created in North America. Read more

January 3, 2018 |

National Geographic Encounter: OCEAN ODYSSEY

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ONE JAW DROPPING ENCOUNTER.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ENCOUNTER a first-of-its kind immersive entertainment experience that harnesses ground-breaking technology in new ways to transport guests on an incredible underwater journey. Visitors walk through the experience with friends and family, journeying across the Pacific Ocean to interact with and encounter the ocean’s greatest wonders and mightiest creatures. Read more

December 22, 2017 |
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