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Best Dive Ever in Cozumel
November 16, 2009
Best Dive Ever in Cozumel

Our guest Dave took advantage of one of the free travel activities, available to us as part of #FollowMeAtSea, and went scuba diving in Cozumel. To my surprise, he came back to the cabin declaring that his dive experience in Cozumel had been his “best dive ever.” Here’s his story…

Five Amazing Places to Dive
September 28, 2009
Five Amazing Places to Dive

One of most amazing marvels that modern technology has to offer humankind is the experience of scuba diving. Human beings throughout time have had a fascination with the water and the depths are still largely unknown by man. The beautiful world of the first 100 feet of the aquatic realm can be enjoyed by just [...]

Shark Ray Alley in Belize
August 21, 2009
Shark Ray Alley in Belize

Hol Chan Marine Reserve is located off the southern tip of Ambergris Caye and is Belize’s oldest marine reserve. The reserve is centered around a cut through the barrier reef which is about 25 yards wide and can be reached after a 4 mile boat trip southeast of San Pedro that takes around 15 minutes. [...]

SCUBA – Explore The Underwater World
May 28, 2009
SCUBA – Explore The Underwater World

SCUBA diving offers many things to different people: a chance to be an intrepid explorer, observe wildlife, find solace & commune with nature, live life on the edge – you name it. But above all else diving affords a person to get out of their element and experience being in a different environment, one that [...]

Dive the Fjords in Tufi, Papua New Guinea
March 31, 2009
Dive the Fjords in Tufi, Papua New Guinea

If diving vacations are your thing or if your idea of fun is to travel to an untouched environment where you will feel a million miles from anywhere, Tufi is a place you need to visit. The Tufi region of Papua New Guinea is an undiscovered mecca for diving and adventure travel enthusiasts. Tufi was [...]

Kick Back in Dahab
March 18, 2009
Kick Back in Dahab

In Arabic, Dahab means “gold.”  However, in the Sinai, it means sparkling clear turquoise seas, golden sand and off beat cafe life. Dahab, Egypt boasts spectacular beauty both on land and under water. The sight of the mountains of Sinai dropping right down to the sea is almost as breathtaking as the colorful fish and [...]

Roatán – The Caribbean's Best Kept Secret
January 12, 2009
Roatán – The Caribbean's Best Kept Secret

Beyond the tropical mountains’ green canopies and whitewashed colonial villages of mainland Honduras lies the largest of the Bay Islands, Roatán. Often called the Caribbean’s best kept secret, Roatán is home to pristine white sandy beaches, amazing tropical jungle covered hills, a diverse reef system and authentic Caribbean charm. A long island, measuring almost 40 miles [...]

The World Famous Blue Hole in Belize
December 17, 2008
The World Famous Blue Hole in Belize

Belize has the largest Barrier Reef in the Western Hemisphere and second largest in the world, stretching on for almost a 180 miles. On the ocean side of the reef, you’ll find the popular tourist spot, Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Located in the center is a circular hole known as the world famous Blue Hole. The [...]

PADI Online Diving Course
July 18, 2008

Always wanted to learn to scuba dive? Start your journey to the amazing underwater world by taking PADI’s eLearning course. The PADI Open Water Dive Course Online costs just 120 USD and gives you unlimited access to the online course textbook. The online course provides interactive presentations as well as short quizzes that allow you [...]