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Darkwater Vision

In 2016 the Florida based company unveiled their

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Underwater Training Centre Goes Into Administration

The Underwater Training Centre was founded in 1972 and employed 48 people. It trained personnel to work in the commercial diving field, such as the North Sea.

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Waterproof D7X Nylotech Drysuit

Their latest offering is the evolved D7; the D7X.

Since it’s introduction the Waterproof D7 has been the prime choice of drysuit within the advanced diving community.

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Key Features

  • Warm Neck and Warm Cuffs
  • Kevlar reinforced atomic boot
  • Kevlar reinforced knee pads
  • Si Tech QCS Ring System
  • Plastic free pacvkaging
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Waterproof has constructed their D7X drysuit from 'Nylotech'. A new strong, yet soft fabric, that is abrasion proof. (It's actually been tested using the Martindale Method with 200,000 rubs).

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Philippines' Boracay island to reopen after 6-month cleanup

After an initial six-month cleanup, government officials have confirmed Boracay will have a “soft opening”, with only certain hotels allowed to operate, offering around 5,000 beds in total.

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KUBI S80 Twin Cylinder Transport Bag

There is one small problem. He lives in Slovakia where some of the sites he wants to explore involve a 5km hike up into the mountains. Just how do you comfortably lug a set of doubles across, up and down this kind of terrain?

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The Prometheus Project

Orda (Ordinskaya) Cave system is a horizontal gypsum labyrinth located deep within Kazakovskaya Mountain (in Perm, Ural).

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Apeks Long Hose Retainer

This equipment configuration requires, amongst other things, that the diver uses a long hose for their primary reg.

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Dive Like a Russian: Busted Myths & Concrete Facts

Even the terms “scuba” and “diving” had never been mentioned in the Russian voiceovers for the series, as these terms were adopted later in the ‘90s, after the sudden death of both the USSR and of Cousteau.

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Young Divers

Diving is fantastic but also expensive and tiring. Perhaps this is the reason why the numbers of young people taking up diving seems to be decreasing in recent years.

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Climate change is bad for oysters

A new study focusing on a relationship between climate variability and historical mortality of adult oysters on the French Atlantic coast from 1993 to 2015 indicates that climate change poses a threat to oysters.

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Who will you nominate for the 2019 Lavanchy Award?

The award recognises an individual who has enthusiastically contributed to the European diving community and it was named in honour of

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You have 24 days to apply for 2019 WDHOF Scholarships and Grants

Applicants can only apply for one grant or scholarship, and the online registration process must be completed by midnight on 31 October 2018. The successful applications will be notified on 1 February 2019.

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Study shows 22 percent drop in Guam’s seagrass meadows

When American University Environmental Science Prof. Kiho Kim and his student, Carly K. LaRoche sought to find out the status of seagrass meadows in Guam, they discovered that it had decreased in total size by 22 percent between 2004 and 2015.

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Win a Light Monkey Lighting System worth £1,370

"Light Monkey has been a big supporter of EUROTEK for many years" stated Rosemary E Lunn, EUROTEK founder. "We are therefore delighted that they have generously donated a lighting system as a ticket prize."

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Fit to be daddy?

Researchers at The University of Western Australia (UWA) have discovered that although female guppies can mate with several males, they are selective over which male eventually fathers their offspring.

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