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The new National Geographic Disney+ original series, executive produced by James Cameron, takes audiences deep into the heart of whale culture, allowing them to witness the remarkable communication abilities and complex social systems of five distinct whale species. This amazing, revealing, and emotional tale, told by Sigourney Weaver and featuring the extensive knowledge and expertise of acclaimed National Geographic Explorer and Photographer Brian Skerry, is an epic, revealing, and emotional story that very few have been fortunate enough to witness; until now. Showings – select to order tickets: Available March 25, 2021, 7:00 – 9:00 PM Watch now in our online…

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Wreck Hunter Multimedia Presentations are  ideal for dive shops, dive clubs, High Schools, Historical Societies, groups or even individual shipwreck enthusiasts. Check out the selection of presentations, we can custom tailor any presentation.to your specific requirements and or specific interests. The Last Treasure Hunter A 45-minute presentation on the last official Treasure Hunt in Canada. Terry Dwyer was issued the very last and official “treasure trove license” in Nova Scotia. Just months before the Province of Nova Scotia repealed the controversial Nova Scotia Treasure Trove Act an ambitious search for the privately owned British Transport ship SOVEREIGN was under way off St. Paul…

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Announcing a new series of eBooks made by divers for divers. Presented in an easy to read, educational style, each eBook focuses on a specific diving-related activity or topics that will increase your knowledge and help you gain the most from your own underwater adventures. Valuable information for everyone from beginning underwater photographers to seasoned shootersGreat refresher before any dive trip!Easy way to get your head “back in the game” if you have been out of the water for a whileIntroduction by Adam Hanlon, Editor of wetpixel.com The first book in the Wise Divers eBook series, 101 Tips for Underwater Photographers is written…

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I love a good podcast and I love scuba diving, so this is pretty much a win/win for me. I have to be honest, I am a little late to the party for this particular diving podcast but rest assured, I will be spending the next week catching up on old episodes ready for the launch of Season 2. Are You a Scuba Diver – Fancy a Brew? is available at: https://andythenortherndiver.podbean.com or your favourite Podcast platform, including Apple Podcasts

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Many books on scuba diving have been published over the course of time, almost since the beginning of the scuba era. The Scuba News Canada will post these “nostalgia” books considered a “blast from the past” on a regular basis, and we want you, our readers, to make suggestions of “older nostalgia diving books” you have enjoyed, or believe our readers will. We will publish it and add your social media/website link to the article if you send us the proposal. Contact us. First published in 2008, Diving Into Darkness was written by Phillip Finch, the author of over ten…

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Owners of ancient-looking timber houses and pubs always seem to believe they must have been saved from old ships. With some examples from the north of England, this presentation by David Cant explores the reasons behind this. This thorny issue is whether we can try to debunk this myth and how we should do this will also be discussed. Details Hosted by Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 2:30 PM EST – 3:30 PM EST Free and open to those that are interested Online: eventbrite.co.uk Learn more at: Ship Timbers Ahoy on Facebook

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Totally new RAID instructor materials launched Becoming an instructor, regardless of agency, takes a huge amount of time and dedication. One of RAID’s primary goals as an agency is to keep our teaching methodology in line with technical and teaching advancements across all educational industries. RAID released its last update to the Instructor and Instructor Trainer programs in 2014, and today, we announce the release of our new instructor-level core programs: Instructor Development Program (IDP), Instructor Trainer Program (ITP) and Instructor Playbook.Since RAID is an entirely digital agency, we are, by default, prescriptive teaching experts, and this can present a…

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“How to Become a Diving Instructor and be Successful” ‘Career in SCUBA’ is​ a brand new book for those who are getting ready to get serious about SCUBA diving as a career choice. It aims to help them overcome some of the mental, motivational and administrative obstacles that may lay ahead. The author, Nick Derutter is a PADI™ Platinum Course Director. He has trained hundreds of diving instructors and thousands of recreational divers worldwide. He describes his motivation for writing the book as follows: “Despite all the available media, I often notice that aspiring instructors enter their training either very underprepared or with…

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When I picture a worst-case scenario for the future it is one where solar, wind and hydro proliferate. Rather than seeing these technologies as solutions to our environmental problems, I see them as a way of prolonging the lifespan of empire, powering this destructive culture and allowing industrial humans to continue their exploitation a little bit longer. Bright green environmentalism is the belief that through 100% renewables, recycling and electric cars, we can have industrial civilization without destroying the planet. Deep green environmentalism is the belief that we need to radically change the way society functions in order to be…

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Based on the provocative film documentary of the same name, The Third Dive investigates the shocking death of a world-renowned conservation activist. When experienced diver and award-winning filmmaker Rob Stewart (Sharkwater and Sharkwater: Extinction) drowned while diving off the coast of the Florida Keys in 2017, it was a shock to the world’s environmental movement. Early reports suggested that Stewart was lead to perform a dangerous and ultimately fatal dive.  Fingers were pointed at the dive boat operator and the safety diver accompanying Stewart.    A civil case was launched which directed blame at Horizon Divers, Peter Sotis and the company that made the equipment.   the company that…

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