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Livingseas is excited to announce our inaugural trip to the Somosomo Strait which runs between Taveuni Island and Vanua Levu which is one of Fiji’s best know dive destinations.

“The Soft Coral Capital of the World” would be an honest way of describing this gem of a diving destination.

In addition we are also including the infamous shark dives in Beqa, Pacific Harbor.

Join us as we head off the FIJI! And at an amazing price of SGD$4199 which includes airfares! Limited slots as some have already been booked prior to this announcement.

Contact us soon to reserve a spot.


#scuba
#scubadiving
#scubadiver
#fiji
#travel
#wanderlust
#underwater
#livingseas
#sharks
#sharkdiving
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A common question that we normally get is whether a short wetsuit (up to the knees and elbows) or a full length wetsuit (up to the wrists and ankles) would be more suitable for tropical waters. New students in warm tropical waters (28 to 30C) like to ask for a short wetsuit, because it’s much easier to put on. However, I would always suggest wearing a full length wetsuit, despite the temperature.
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The answer might seem obvious, but many divers neglect to shoot the bag early, and end up surfacing a long way away from their dive location and their boat. I’ve heard many stories of divers drifting for hours because of their boat crew could not locate them. Don’t let that happen to you.
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GUE and PADI are two different organizations, right? Whose certification is more recognized internationally? Which is better?
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When you need immediate help or when someone in your dive group needs to get to the surface quickly, you’d want to be able to deploy the bag without it causing other problems or making matters worse. That’s why choosing a suitable SMB for your dive is so important.

http://ask.livingseas.asia/choosing-the-best-surface-marker-buoy-smb-for-your-dive/
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When performing the back roll, the scuba tank should hit the water first. This cushions the diver from impact, and protects the neck from undue stress. Divers commonly mistakenly throw their heads back to initiate the backward roll, and this usually results in the diver hitting the water headfirst.
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We would like to thank @CTC for their support and we are honoured to speak at the Australian Consulate on our experiences with the CTC and the mutual benefits of working with an NGO.
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Some divers inflate a highly visible surface marker buoy before descending, and the buoy follows the group throughout the dive. You might see this happening at shallow bays or dive sites where boat traffic is high. It seems like a good idea, since the marker lets boats know that there are divers below, but is it really?
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Reach more, do more!

Explore Bali's coastline like you've never before!
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Taking you further than your legs can.

#soon #scooters
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