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You don't have to swim with the sharks - like Shark Girl Madison Stewart - to appreciate the peace of mind that a Nautilus GPS offers.

Visit us at http://nautiluslifeline.com/ to get one for yourself!

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DIVER - Britain's Best-Selling Diving Magazine put out the Diver Awards 2016 video! We're proud to have Nautilus GPS featured alongside all the other great brands.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzjOCTRFa_A&t

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Nautilus LifeLine Ltd. is proud to sponsor SUDS (Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba) who held a special fundraising event this past weekend in Florida.

SUDS Diving Mission:

"Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba (SUDS) is designed to help improve the lives of injured service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. By training the warriors in a challenging and rewarding activity it can help facilitate the rehabilitation process and promote mobility. Offering this venue provides the service member with a sport they can enjoy during their rehabilitation and throughout their life."- Suds Diving, Inc. (www.sudsdiving.org)

Special thanks to the Organizers, Eric Voss & Lindsay Kaye, for bringing this together with a variety of sponsors and a great group of people to raise funds for such a worthy cause.
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Human remains with possible shark bites could be missing diver, WA police say

Police believe a diver missing off the coast south of Perth may have been killed by a shark, after human remains were discovered with possible shark bites.

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Scuba Diving Safety Device #1: The Nautilus Lifeline

My first experience with the Nautilus Lifeline was in 2012, when I started working for a new PADI dive resort. The owners had made it a compulsory safety procedure that all divemasters and instructors wore one, when working in the water. This was to add an extra level of safety backup in case of an emergency situation arising. I would never dive without one now, and the Nautilus Lifeline has become part of my standard dive kit. It is a compact full-featured VHF/GPS radio, that is depth rated to 425 feet (130 meters). It features non-emergency functions, as well as a DSC function. This allows you to broadcast an alarm, and your GPS position, to every modern VHF marine radio in range.

http://www.scuba-blog.com/great-scuba-diving-safety-devices/

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Nautilus is proud to be a part of this upcoming adventure in the Arctic! TO learn more about these amazing wonen please visit the site below
http://divermag.com/team-sedna-women-explorers/ 

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User review from Eric Beaupre

LifeLine is an extraordinary diving tool, best insurance to have when you surface. Diving can be done safely any time, anywhere. My family and I have peace of mind knowing it is with me. LifeLine is a must! I will NEVER again dive without it.

LifeLine un outils de plongé extraordinaire, Le Binôme de surface par excellence. Plongée en toute sécurité peut importe ou et le moments. Ma famille et proche on l'esprit tranquille qu'il soit avec moi ou non. Je ne plongerait plus sans mon LifeLine, un i-n-d-i-s-p-e-n-s-a-b-l-e! 
From. Eric Beaupre

More reviews and real stories: http://nautiluslifeline.com/reviews
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PRESS RELEASE

DIVE CENTRES IN BALI, INDONESIA, IMPLEMENT 
THE NAUTILUS LIFELINE TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE SCUBA DIVING SAFETY

21st March, 2014 – Of all of the things that divers fear nothing is more frightening than the prospect of being left to float alone in the open ocean, stranded at sea. Currents, waves and weather can all affect the ability of boat crew to find a diver who has surfaced after a dive. Two dive centres in Bali decided that relying on binoculars, whistles and surface marker buoys was simply no longer enough.

Read full press release:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bali-Jet-Set-Dive-and-Marine-Sports/403799510362
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Semawang (Indonesia) (AFP) - Five Japanese scuba divers were found alive Monday clinging to a coral reef in rough waters off the Indonesian resort island of Bali three days after they went missing, officials said.

Fishermen spotted the divers, among seven women who went missing Friday, some 20 kilometres (12 miles) from where they set off for a diving expedition but could not rescue them because the waves were too high.

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Indonesian rescuers have been searching for seven Japanese divers missing off the island of Bali since Friday.

The search for the group, which includes two instructors, was halted on Saturday evening and will resume on Sunday morning.

The seven, all experienced divers, disappeared in bad weather while exploring an area of mangroves.

Conditions were reported to be bad at the time the group disappeared, with heavy winds and strong rains.

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