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The Plastic Sea

Most people have heard of the Dead Sea and Red Sea but not many know about the Plastic Sea, so what is the Plastic Sea ?  The Plastic Sea is what we are effectively turning our entire ocean into, a giant water mass filled with Plastic.There are already massive parts of the ocean that contain…

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THE COST OF DIVING

I am often asked if scuba diving is an expensive hobby/sport or more accurately said I often get told by people that it is, and that because of this they don’t dive , but is it really that expensive to dive? Lets first have a look at the cost of becoming a certified diver and…

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Honduras – Bay Islands Wrecks

Wrecks are portals to the past and offer a unique window to a different kind of underwater world While some ships like the Aguila were purposely sunk in an effort to create man-made reefs, and planes like the DC3 crash on the airport of Roatan sunk on purpose after the collapse On 18 March 1990,…

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CAYOS COCHINOS – HONDURAS

Cayos Cochinos is a natural paradise of Honduras preserved as Marine National Monument. A beautiful set of two small islands (Cayo Menor and Cayo Grande) and 13 cays, Cayos Cochinos, also referred to as the Hog Cays, are a true Caribbean paradise with the clearest water you will ever see between the Bay Islands and…

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Night Creatures in Roatan

Are you afraid of night diving? Do you believe that there is a huge monster lurking in the deep? Or do you think a big shark is waiting behind a coral pinnacle for you? Dusk is the moment when one of the most fascinating events in the marine world occurs; the night creatures become hunters…

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Whale Sharks in the Bay Islands, Honduras

Swimming alongside the largest fish in the sea is one of the ultimate bucket-list experiences. Whale Sharks are protected in Honduras and the Bay Islands is one of the few places that they can be seen year-round. The whale shark is listed as “Vulnerable” with the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources…

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