The incredible @luca_vaime out there making the oceans a little cleaner! 🌊 🎥 @Luca_vaime . Follow ➡️ @scubaguild 🐠 Follow ➡️ @scubaguild 🦈 . ”Today i was drifting along a beautiful and pristine coral reef. I used not see any plastic here in Raja but in the past three years that has increased. Let’s all say no to single use plastic and become better human beings. Look how beautiful is the reef That I was diving today. It is alive and still there , let’s all make an effort to help regenerate our oceans.”
It is with great sadness and regret that i have had to take the decision to retire my Oceanic V16 fins. On a cold day in 2013 i wondered into my local dive shop and was sold on split fin technology by the instructor. I then went on to do my Open Water course and never looked back. From dosthill quarry and stoney cove to Seychelles, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and Tobago. •You have been there for every student that asked "why do your fins have a split down the middle". •For every death defying pearl dive in crocodile territory. •You've swam for every DSD that told me they couldnt swim 5 minutes before we jumped. • You've proven that people who say "but what will you do in current?" Are pussies. On the 25/05/2019 we did our last dive together and i will now transport you back to the UK to your final resting place. (Under my bed) The moral of the story is, dont let dickhead divemasters put weightbelts on top of your fins. On the other hand. I get to go shopping 🤗 #scuba#scubadiver#paditv#wreck#wreckdive#scubadiverlife#splitfins#coralreef#dive#underthesea#fins#broken#oceanic#scubadiverslife#dive#tobago#trinidadandtobago#maverickwreck#ocean#sea#caribbean#divecaribbean#divetobago
From diving in dark 5c temperatures in a barren but beautiful Swedish west coast fjord to wreck diving in Sydney on my return, it's been an extraordinary month of diving. Yesterday's dive on the HMAS Adelaide wreck. Glass-like ocean water on the surface, superb visibility, a pod of bottlenose dolphins above the wreck, half a dozen humpback whales in very close proximity at the end of the dives and seals on the way back to the marina. Diver: Duncan Paterson inside the HMAS Adelaide wreck Diveshop: @divebondi Boat: Fabio at Dive Spear and Sport
Glen Nusa Wreck - Gili Trawangan - between 22m & 26m deep. . The Glen Nusa is a 22m tug boat that was sunk only a few years ago off the western side of the island. It’s only a small wreck, but still a lot of fun none the less!
Cutest vid ever by @dickinson.mimi “flappy babies 💕💕 it’s easy to tell baby greens and hawksbills apart! greens have white bellies and hawksbills have black bellies 🐢🐢” Follow ➡️ @scubaguild 🐠 Follow ➡️ @scubaguild 🐟