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June 2017
  World Oceans Day is a global day celebrated every June 8th and it serves as a celebration of our oceans, which generate most of the oxygen that we breathe, feed us and regulate the planet’s climate. The day also serves to promote the oceans’ contribution life and the need to protect it from harmful...
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(April 1, 1949 – April 6, 1994) An American Cave Diver widely recognized for his dedication and his explorations in the world of the underwater caves. Exley began diving in 1965 at the age of 16. That same year he entered his first cave and was hooked on diving in caves for the rest of...
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The Underwater Museum of Art in Cancun or MUSA is the creation of the English sculptor Jason DeCaires Taylor who has deposited at the Western tip of the Quintana Roo National Park an extraordinary Museum which is already recognized as the largest Underwater Museum in the world. The human impacts on natural reefs combined with...
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There is a close relationship between the Mexicans and the great white shark, older than one could imagine. The shark was one of the pre-Hispanic deities for Olmecs, Mayans and Native groups in the North of the country. In the case of the Pericues (an ethnic group of Baja California), there are the remains of...
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The Clipperton Island is a small coral atoll located in the Pacific Ocean, about 1,300 kilometers southwest of Acapulco, the Mexican Coast. It is a completely isolated islet; the nearest emerged land is almost thousand kilometers from there (it’s the Socorro Island). With just 9 square kilometers, including the lagoon, it is a piece of...
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DPV is a vehicle for underwater propulsion that has batteries, engine, steering and speed control. If you’ve used a vehicle in everyday life, you will understand the comfort and importance that may be a vehicle to transport you from one place to another, quickly returning to the place of greatest interest and explore a broader...
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  At the beginning of the diving course, students learn that there are three elements involved in the buoyancy control: buoyancy compensator (BCD), ballast and lung volume. Although most divers are familiar with the need to be accurately weighed, many do not consider all that comes with it. Beginners and even experienced divers, make two...
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A tour to be remembered Squalo Divers offers an exclusive tour to Israel, Jordan, and Egypt. The tour covers one of the most amazing landscapes in the world and is suitable for both divers and the non-divers. The ten days’ itinerary includes visits to the most iconic historical and religious monuments such as the old...
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Un viaje para recordar Squalo Divers ofrece un exclusivo viaje a Israel, Jordania y Egipto. El recorrido abarca uno de los paisajes más impresionantes en el mundo y es adecuado tanto para los buzos y los no buceadores. El itinerario de diez días incluye visitas a los monumentos históricos y religiosos más emblemáticos como lo...
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Al empezar el entrenamiento para bucear, los alumnos aprenden que hay tres elementos que intervienen en el control de la flotabilidad: el compensador de flotabilidad (BCD), el lastre y el volumen pulmonar. Aunque la mayoría de los buceadores están familiarizados con la necesidad de estar debidamente lastrados, muchos no tienen en cuenta todo lo que...
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