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How To Book the Cheapest Flight Possible to Anywhere

We’ve all experienced the tiresome, repeated searching when trying to book the cheapest possible flights to any given destination. With endless search engines and continually fluctuating prices, the approach to frugal flight booking is overwhelming. Here’s some key tips that will save you time, frustration and most importantly money when booking your next flight. Read more

July 21, 2019 |

Fam-Trip Opportunity on Solitude One Diving the Philippines!


FAM Trip on our New Philippines Itinerary on Solitude One
(Verde – Romblon – Ticao)

We really believe in this new itinerary in the Philippines and want to run the cruise as scheduled below in order to develop the content for marketing and the interests of the discerning divers that has “been there, done that… where else do we go?” syndrome. Read more

July 10, 2019 |

10 Tips for Getting Through Airport Security Faster

Airline travel is more accessible now than ever before with nearly 2.5 million people flying each day on over 42,000 flights. That is a lot of people going through security checkpoints at the airport. Depending on the airport and the time of day, lines can be long and frustration levels can be high. Here are 10 tips for making your way through airport security easier and quicker. Read more

July 5, 2019 |


Four hours after I land in Singapore, I am, once again, on a cocktail crawl. It’s a recurring theme in my visits here.

In the near-equatorial city, it’s a warm and sticky evening—spritz weather. So my first stop is Caffe Fernet, a venue its proprietor calls an indoor-outdoor Italian Balthazar, which is right on. I sipped a Campari-manzanilla spritz on the harborfront, with a front-row view of the nightly light show at Marina Bay Sands, the most striking mega-hotel on the city’s already-distinctive skyline. Read more

May 24, 2019 |

Ancient shipwreck is the first in Greece to be opened up to divers to explore


As experts say it has further mysteries to yield.

  • The remains of a 5th Century cargoship has become the first ancient shipwreck in Greece opened up to public
  • It lies near Greek island of Alonissos and was laden with an estimated 4,000 amphoras when it sank 
  • The shipwreck is to become the first ancient shipwreck to be made accessible to recreational divers in Greece

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May 23, 2019 |

6 Things to Know About Visiting the Caribbean During Hurricane Season


Yes, you can have a great dive vacation during Atlantic hurricane season, but it’s crucial to be prepared for the possibility of a serious tropical storm. Here’s what you need to know before you make the trip. 

The conventional wisdom is that the Caribbean is a no-go zone during hurricane season. The conventional wisdom is wrong. Even though some parts of the year are more statistically likely to see hurricanes, that hardly means a strong tropical storm is guaranteed. Read more

May 22, 2019 |

Nudies and Blennies to Whale Sharks and Manta Rays


Explore 700+ miles of the Sea of Cortez … and learn how to photograph it all!

Join award-winning photographer, Todd Winner, as we travel from Puerto Penasco to San Jose del Cabo and learn how to photograph the smallest of small critters to the largest of large mammals!

September 22 – October 4, 2019
13 Days / 12 nights
$3495 per person, quad occupancy

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May 16, 2019 |
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