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  • Want To Look Like A Superhero Underwater? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    movies how about looking like one underwater Yeah an underwater superhero So what gear exactly makes you like one Make a guess and yes it will be the Gull Vader mask The Gull Vader mask gives you a wider view of vision It is made up of 100 soft silicone skirt and gives you a comfortable seal on your face No longer want to surface up with a mask shape mark printed on your face every single time You should consider getting the vader mask then Also as you can see this mask is made up of a single lens and are tinted A little curious what are the tinted lens for Let us share with you This tinted lens is actually uv coated and it provides you the extra protection for your eyes The polarized lens in addition makes everything underwater seems clearer and the visual looks better Furthermore wearing this vader mask makes you look soooo cool and for those divers who do not like to show people your eyes maybe while taking photos this is a must buy mask for you The Gull Vader mask comes in various colours for you to choose from Black Silicone X Red Frame Black Silicone X Blue Frame Black Silicone X Copper Frame Black Silicone X White Frame Black Silicone X Silver Frame Black Silicone X Orange Frame Black Silicone X Black Frame White Silicone X White Frame 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2014/06/26/want-to-look-like-a-superhero-underwater/ (2015-05-10)
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  • The Success of the Road to Becoming a PADI Instructor | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    call it in 2 months 5 dives a day 7 days a week To be honest I surprised myself with the capacity of how much I wanted to get there But now the next endeavor I wanted was to become a PADI Instructor And when you get there you see how the pay off is so worth it in the end The next day I ended up getting to go and enjoy the amazing Chinese New Year with everyone in the company they welcomed me with open arms I felt right at home With singing and playing guitar and this new form of eating called Steam Boat anSo here I was arriving into Singapore after 27 hours of traveling at midnight with my 4 suitcases and my mentor Monica looking at me and me exclaiming I know I know I overpacked so here I was in a new place in a new venture in my life and ready to take on the world and enjoying the sunset on the Live Aboard MV Nautica I knew I was in the right place The next few days was the beginning of my process of going from a nervous divemaster to the striving to be better everyday instructor let me tell you it was not the easiest road I had traveled But I can honestly say that having a amazing staff instructors like Monica Choo and Yong Xiang at ADA around to calm my nerves and tell all of my comrades and I in the IDC that we will look back and never forget this experience and probably ask ourselves why we psyched ourselves out so bad In retrospect They were so right After rigorous nights and early mornings studying and studying and studying some more We were in the pool finally practicing our demonstrations getting into groove of how to conduct courses and learn how to fully brief and deliver our information to our students After the initial part of the IDC was done it was time to take our final exam and I was a ball of nerves But with all of the help from my staff instructors course directors and everyone in my IDC and everyone that had already done it the kind words and encouragement helped me walk through the doors nervous but ready to proceed And just like everyone presumed we all passed We had a amazing celebration afterwards where everyone from the company came and showed their support and made our night feel so amazing as if we were all in the right place at the right time doing what we all set out to do Some of us from far away some of us from just around the corner but all here and all OPEN WATER INSTRUCTORS Inspiring people having them look up to you and what you can bring to their lives through diving is the most rewarding part Diving did for me what all the other passions in my life couldn t quite get

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  • What to expect diving in Manado? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    of colorful shallow coral reef and magnificent deeper coral gardens The water is usually calm and visibility often exceeds 30 m I00 ft The water temperature remains about 30ºC 84ºF all year round Excellent diving conditions can be found any tim e of the year The coral reef formation begins with a flat reef to about 3 m deep then it either slopes down forming underwater valleys or drops off vertically hundreds of meters This forms fantastic underwater great walls cut with many crevices clefts large caves and hanging masses of coral On these unique coral reefs a tremendous collection of marine life thrives Red and orange encrusting sponges Christmas tree worms basket and tube sponges soft and hard cords of all colors sea fan anemones guarded by clown fish while the larger pelagic species cruise in the distance Often seen are giant napoleon wrasse angelfish turtles eagle rays sharks barracudas and dolphins In short over 3000 species of marine animals found here including the infamous pygmy seahorse not larger than the size of your finger nail Also staying at the breath taking Manado Hotel Cocotinos its every dives paradise after a fulfilling enthralling day of diving Cocotinos Manado was awarded Excellence in Service Award 2009 by Scuba Diver Australasia Issue 8 2009 Best Value Destinations Join us on our Manado trip on 10 14 September 2014 Trip details below 5D4N Manado Cocotinos Resort Leisure Dive Package S 879 per diver Twin sharing S 809 per diver Triple sharing S 739 per diver Quad sharing S 1 169 per diver Single occupancy Includes 2 way land transfer between Manado Airport and Cocotinos Resort 4N full board accommodation at Cocotinos Resort Garden room for Single Twin and Triple sharing Standard room for Quad sharing Up to 8 guided boat dives at

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2014/04/02/what-to-expect-diving-in-manado/ (2015-05-10)
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  • Always Seeing the Green Box Sitting At One Corner Of The Boat But Have No Idea What’s It For? | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    an essential part of your diving journey The Fun Part Emergency O2 Provider will help you recognize and understand better the medical conditions treatable by emergency O2 in the process of your emergency Oxygen provider training Being the best buddy you can be means being prepared all the time especially in a time of need You will then be able to put all your knowledge into good use What You Will Learn Recognize diving illnesses treatable by emergency Oxygen Proper set up of emergency Oxygen kit Administer emergency Oxygen What s more the provided PADI care at a glance card is a quick reference guide to be conveniently packed into your gear bag and reviewed in case of an emergency Also you do not need to sit for an exam to complete the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course and there are no confined water session open sea component to attend in order to be certified Just a simple evening theory will do This short class of 2 3 hour training session will allow divers even non divers to be familiarize with the processes of dealing with decompression sickness decompression illness lung over expansion injuries Don t worry if you don t understand the differences between these few diving illnesses as the course will cover in more details such as DCI and DCS type one and type two Finally you will also learn how to handle near drowning accidents Therefore by the end of the class you can confidently say that you are able to recognize the different components of an emergency Oxygen kit and how to assemble and disassemble the emergency Oxygen kit with ease Requirements Minimum age None Minimum level None Anyone Exam No Exam just a theory session Course duration 2 3 hours During the PADI courses that you have undertaken so far the use of Oxygen for any dive incidents is strongly encouraged but wait have you ever thought on how to do this During the PADI Rescue Diver Course emergency Oxygen is briefly covered but the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course will fit hand in hand complementing and further educating you in proper handling of Oxygen Combining of Emergency First Response and PADI O2 Provider In any case of an accident the main aim of an emergency first responder is to start the first aid procedures and to maintain your patient in a stable condition till professional medical help arrives Administering Oxygen to a patient with decompression illness not only aids the work of the emergency medical team but will also greatly increases the chances of survival of the victim Important note Certain countries such as Australia New Zealand and the United States require you to have done the Oxygen provider certification in order to work as a boat crew member divemaster or scuba diving instructor this is a must So what are you waiting for Come join us in this specialty course that benefits both you and your dive buddies and be on you way

    Original URL path: http://blog.deepbluescuba.sg/2014/03/29/always-seeing-the-green-box-sitting-at-one-corner-of-the-boat-but-you-have-no-idea-whats-it-for/ (2015-05-10)
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  • Deep Blue Scuba Blog | Deep Blue Scuba Blog - Part 3
    Diver Course Part 1 by scubacrew December 9 2013 0 Comments Here s a question for you What do you think is a better one Signing up for PADI advanced open water diver course right after you get your open water diver certification or going for leisure dive trips first to gain more experience Hmm We would say what are Read More Your First Step Into The Deep Blue Sea by scubacrew December 2 2013 0 Comments Have you been to a tropical country for a vacation and did the usual things like sightseeing shopping or even bought a few drinks at night while relaxing and it dawned on you that you should be doing something different the next time you are on vacation Read More Its a Sharky Rescue by sharm July 14 2010 Rescue Scuba Diving Sharks tioman 0 Comments It was another beautiful day in Tioman as a group of Deep Blue divers took to the waters of Pulau Jahat during the weekend of 4th July 2010 The initial entry by the nine divers from Singapore Phillipines and Australia into the flat crystal Read More You rescued me by kellyng December 24 2009 0 Comments Things never slow down at Deep Blue Scuba Not even closing Christmas and New Year holidays when everyone is going wild hunting down gifts preparing the family feast or simply drinking themselves silly At least when Ricky Koh the Slave Driver is running the show the Deep Blue crew Read More Six reasons why Redang is worth the 10 hour bus ride by kellyng September 23 2009 0 Comments 1 It s the best place to master underwater photography 2 You can try the dry diving the newest sport to hit Asia by storm Read More Dugong joins divers in celebrating Singapore

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  • Deep Blue Scuba Blog | Deep Blue Scuba Blog - Part 4
    scuba diving Read More Activism Terrorism by sharm November 25 2008 0 Comments As divers we owe it to the earth in particular the sea to show some degree of concern over what a large proportion of the world is doing to harm our planet where to buy cigars online Every whaling season fleets of Japanese and Canadian Read More not all good dive trips are made of good dives by sharm November 11 2008 0 Comments For a larger view of the articles click on the images D Read More Dive PNG An amateur video by sharm November 4 2008 0 Comments A very amateur attempt by me at dive videography with the Canon G9 Horrible white balance and blair witch moments which I can t seem to cut out it also gets abruptly cut at the end for some reason Enjoy away let the music distract you from the bad videography k Read More Last Weekend Tioman Trip by yp November 3 2008 0 Comments Wow just got back from Tioman We arrived sing at 530pm super early hor Cos we left the island at 11am The wind is really strong i think its almost monsoon liao The vis is also very bad lucky this is our last weekend trip I Think the wind and current Read More Dive Bali on National Day by yp November 3 2008 Bali 0 Comments Wow this Blog is really fun Check out some of the pics we took in Bali sms spy android Read More about time D by sharm November 3 2008 0 Comments mobile phone spy software p Deep Blue Scuba has finally embraced mass media in its newest form Where snail mail telegrams and the morse code has failed us blogging makes up for it Along with a

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  • Deep Blue Scuba Blog | Deep Blue Scuba Blog - Part 5
    PADI dive centre to be awarded with Project AWARE Go ECO Operator status in 2008 Project AWARE Foundation a non profit environmental organisation working with divers to conserve underwater environments launched the Go ECO campaign into the Asia Pacific region in 2005 The main Read More Hin Daeng and Hin Muang Liveaboard 28 Dec 07 to 1 Jan 08 by ricky January 1 2008 Hin Daeng Hin Muang 0 Comments I returned to Singapore from a Phuket LOB dive trip sooner than the rest Ricky asked me how the trip went I replied as long as Pierre showed half his buttocks and YP continues to suffer verbal diarrhoea everyone will enjoy Anyone wish to dispute with me Great dives make Read More 31 August 2 September 2007 onboard MV Quest by ricky September 2 2007 Add new tag aur mv quest pemanggil tioman 0 Comments I have always loved LOB What could be more interesting and convenient in diving than to be with a group of fun loving fellows diving off a live aboard dive boat You eat dive eat joke dive have fun eat sleep dive and the cycle repeats and repeats and Read More The shark that got away by ricky October 27 2006 Malapascua Monad Shoal Philippines Diving Thresher Shark Thresher Shark Divers 0 Comments Location Malapascua The Philippines Thresher Shark Divers Dive Site Monad Shoal Max Depth 22 m Temp 27 ºC Visibility 10 m Date 27 Oct 2006 Time 6 30 am 5 dives in the past 2 days at this same site and still without a single sighting of what we were here for made us desperate Read More 1 2 3 4 5 Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post Have you ever been greeted by thresher sharks

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  • Bali | Deep Blue Scuba Blog
    Contact Us Archives I m Dreaming of a Blue Christmas by kellyng February 11 2009 0 Comments Deep Blue Scuba celebrates the festive season with amazing dives in Maldives reports Kelly Ng If you were planning to get away from the crazy parties for a relaxing tropical Christmas you are in for a huge disappointment Those with a love for challenge will find themselves slapped with many Read More Dive Bali on National Day by yp November 3 2008 Bali 0 Comments Wow this Blog is really fun Check out some of the pics we took in Bali sms spy android Read More Categories Bali Conservation Crew General Trip Report Uncategorized Write up Featured Post Have you ever been greeted by thresher sharks at February 27 2015 Pulau Tenggol or Tenggol Island is an island off February 16 2015 Top Five Reasons to Dive in Dayang Island Diving February 9 2015 Dear Divers We know that you love diving and January 14 2015 If you re an Open Water Diver you should do September 24 2014 Archives February 2015 January 2015 September 2014 June 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 July 2010 December 2009 September

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