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AWARE Week is back! Ocean lovers around the world are invited to join in the AWARE Week celebrations and act for change. With a focus on encouraging more scuba divers to remove, record and report marine debris found on the seafloor, including reporting debris-free sites (which is just as important), this year’s AWARE Week provides a new opportunity to build bridges between community action and

The shaka hand gesture is the symbol made by holding the hand in a loose fist and extending the thumb and pinky finger with the back of the hand facing the recipient. You have most likely seen this gesture being flashed by surfers and Hawaiian natives, but do you know what it actually means? Sure it can be a way to say “hey” or “that’s

Dive log A dive log is used by divers to record the details of their dives. The log may either be in a book, software, or web based. The log serves purposes both related to safety and personal records. Information in a log may contain such things as date, time and location, the profile of the dive, equipment used, air usage, above and below water

In today’s post, things are going to get hairy. Braids, bangs, mustaches and how to deal with long hair, we’re going to cover it all. Read on to learn how to keep your hair healthy and how to prevent common hair-related problems when scuba diving. Mustaches and Mask Leaks Your mask requires a good seal to keep water from leaking in, and sometimes a stache can get

This is the 6th year PSP Malaysia organizes Marine Dive with the PWD event. It is not our first, but definitely not last to continue creating awareness among society, in order to provide opportunities to our less fortunate friends in leading a quality lifestyle regardless of their impairment. We have done the similar dive event in Tioman, Redang, Mabul Island, and this year in Perhentian

MALAYSIA OFFERS WORLD-CLASS DIVING AT PLACES LIKE SIPADAN ISLAND AND IS ALSO IDEAL FOR NEW DIVERS WITH ITS EASY DIVING AND HEALTHY REEFS AT ISLANDS OFF THE EAST COAST OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA. Diving in Malaysia is suitable for all levels of divers as waters are generally calm and reefs are protected. The east coast of Peninsular Malaysia can be dived from March to September while diving

Off the mystical island of Borneo approximately 300km northwest of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia lies a little gem within the deep blue sea, fondly known as “The Jewel of the Borneo Banks”. The 20m deep lagoon has some great macro creatures to be found including seahorses, cuttlefish and pipefish but it is the pelagic visiting the outer walls that truly excite divers. Schools of scalloped

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