The Scuba Boutique

Look: New underwater art in Maldives

By Eve | November 30, 2018

Sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has presented his most recent work, the “Sculpture Coralarium” in the Maldives. This is the world’s first semi-submerged craftsmanship display, as indicated by deCaires Taylor, and the Maldives’ first submerged exhibition hall. The British craftsman has shows in Cancun, the Bahamas, Grenada, Lanzarote (Spain) and England, yet this denotes his first …

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What are mountainous star corals?

By Eve | November 20, 2018

Orbicella faveolata is a significant ­reef-building coral that shapes huge, ­mountainous colonies. Juvenile corals are somewhat commonplace, while grown-up colonies can develop to a great size. Orbicella develops by encrusting. Another province can begin from a solitary polyp, which becomes outward from the base. You can see a somewhat lighter shading on the developing edge …

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How to help a panicking diver

By Eve | November 10, 2018

The most risky circumstance for a diver isn’t tutoring sharks, the curves or coming up short on air — it’s panic, which represents something like 20 percent of all diver passings. Somebody in the grasp of a panic attac doesn’t think judiciously. They can dash to the surface, dispose of their controllers or mischief different divers. …

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How to dive like a pro

By Eve | November 2, 2018

On your next dive trip, attempt these five straightforward tips—they may enable you to dive like an expert. Do what needs to be done. Begin by removing a pound or two on your next jump. By doing this and following the following four hints, you might have the capacity to get by with beginning off …

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Why are they going back to Anilao, Philippines?

By Eve | October 30, 2018

Anilao is the origin of diving in the Philippines. That is the reason notwithstanding when diving has turned out to be well known in different places in the archipelago, Anilao’s notoriety stays strong. Today, this goal in Batangas, Philippines isn’t just well known among jumpers from Manila. It has additionally gotten wonder from the universal …

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Heading to Tioman? Here’s what you need to know first.

By Eve | October 15, 2018

Home to unblemished white shorelines, unadulterated rainforests, colorful myths and legend, and of course, ethereal plunge locales, Tioman is a really a safe house for divers and hikers alike. Tioman Dive Sites Tioman plunge destinations are sublime—investigate the blissful Labas, the beguiling Renggis Island, the gorgonian-fans-inexhaustible Chebeh, the Bahara Rock where you can discover a …

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Dive Gears to Get this 2018

Dive careers to explore now

By Eve | October 10, 2018

Scuba diving teachers require a great deal of explicit preparing to enable other individuals to take in the specialty of submerged investigation. Get a quick point of view of the necessities and bits of knowledge about educator programs, work commitments and licensure to see whether this is the livelihood for you. Open Water Diver Instructor …

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What you need to know about advanced adventurer course

By Eve | October 5, 2018

Investigate new regions and release the traveler in you! Here are more reasons why you should agree to accept this course as quickly as time permits: Experience five unique dives On the off chance that you have chosen to make diving your game and not only a side interest, at that point you should not …

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Researchers Discovered Method to Restore Damaged Coral Reefs

By Eve | September 30, 2018

Coral reef biological systems cover just short of what one percent of the world’s sea zone, yet they are home to around 25 percent of every marine species. Moreover, the biological community administrations they give yearly—shoreline insurance, fisheries, and tourism—comes to generally $375 billion. Coral reef pulverization Sixteen percent of corals kicked the bucket in …

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