Why Scuba Dive !!

Dec 30, 2015

Q. Why  Scuba Dive ?!
A.Why Not!

For some it's the beauty of the reef and the marine life that inhabits it, for others - like me- it's the thrill of discovery deep inside a wreck or cave. Everyone has a different reason for scuba diving, but most would agree that it's for the sheer enjoyment of experiencing the underwater world, a world so far removed from ours that it will truly amaze you. Whether you want to relax while photographing brightly colored tropical fish, be thrilled by the power and grace of a school of sharks, or make a living working underwater, scuba diving has it all.

What is Scuba Diving?

Yanni a genius musician

Dec 4, 2009

I was invited by a friend in Athens, Greece to attend a live music concert for a musician called Yanni. I never hear of him before and i had no idea what kind of music he plays. The concert was at the Acropolis, an ancient arena it was a great place to see and enjoy the music. I loved his music and i will never forget this concert. Later on i started to listen to his music and buy his records.

One of my favorite music is one the he played live at the acropolis. I love it and can not stop hearing it every now and then.

Thank you Yanni for your great music.

Scuba Divers: 10 tips to better buoyancy

Oct 4, 2009

On the first day of Scuba class, a student learns how important buoyancy is in diving. Once certified, a diver will spend a better portion of his/her training perfecting their buoyancy. Simple fact, buoyancy is more art than science. With good technique, the right training, ongoing practice and the right equipment, you can perfect your buoyancy. The goal of any diver is to hover effortlessly through the water. When you “dial in” your buoyancy, you will reap the benefits such as, better air consumption, dive with less exertion, protect the environment and safely control your ascents and descents, Great buoyancy means you are diving safer and having more fun.
Following are ten tips to assist you in developing better buoyancy:

Man drowns while diving for golf balls

Sep 27, 2009

By Rachel Hatzipanagos / Sun Sentinel
September 24, 2009

DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. — Jerry Gunderson started diving for golf balls in 1953, when he was 19. On Saturday, during a dive, he lost his life. He was 75.

"I don’t know why he did it; it’s high risk, but he just loved it," said his wife, Judith Gunderson. "He always said that’s the way he would go."

Yanbu - Red Sea

Diving in Ynabu is generally outstanding! The visibility is normally better than Jeddah, as well as the number and size of fish, Soft coral is abundant along the coast due to the strong currents there.

Fifty Places to Dive Before You Die.

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Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover

Blue Hole - The True Story.

Blue Hole is a diving location on east Sinai, a few Kilometers north of Dahab, Egypt on the coast of the Red Sea. I have read and hear a lot about this divers paradise. The area has a rich and unique marine life and reef. Diving in a 26 meters tunnel until you see the light again. Unfortunately many divers died trying to reach the tunnel. Lately i read an incredible letter by Yosy Flug  (the first diver to reside full time in sharem-el-sheikh. in 1971). Telling his story about the blue hole as one of the first divers to experience this beautiful yet dangerous site.