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Free T-Shirt with every booking!

To celebrate the New Year we are extending our special 2016 offer and giving away a NEW ‘Discover your Planet’ T-Shirt with every booking in January 2017. They are 50% lycra /cotton so perfect for all water sports on and off the water. Please just give us your T-shirt sizes and delivery address when making […]

SCUBAPRO Travel Bags: a must-have!

Planning a dive trip soon, and travelling with your own gear? The SCUBAPRO Travel Bags are here for you, they allow transporting your equipment safely and efficiently. The Travel line from SCUBAPRO offers 13 distinct dive bags, each built to meet a specific need for transporting gear safely and efficiently. Equally stylish and durable, SCUBAPRO has […]

Mike’s Dive Store: Shop Review

We have a fantastic competition running the whole of June in association with Mike’s Dive Store (www.mikesdivestore.com) to win a Muvi K2 NPNG Action Camera! We’ll pick the winning entry on the 1st July. If you’re the lucky winner then we’ll send a new Muvi action camera out in the post. Good Luck! So we thought […]

Express Dive: Will this innovation open Scuba for everyone?

It’s not often a product comes along that really changes the world of Scuba diving. Forever. Yes we are all secret gear junkies – and having the correct gear is essential – but what was the last item that fundamentally changed what we do? Or opened up our world to others?

Jacket or Back-mounted BCD – Which is best?

Your BCD, or ‘buoyancy control device’, is what keeps you bobbing at the surface and helps you maintain a comfortable level of buoyancy underwater. Essentially, it’s a jacket that fills with air and works by the diver controlling the air ‘bladders’, or ‘cells’ inside, using the automatic or manual inflation hoses. If you’re thinking about […]

Scuba Dive Kit

Taking good care of your kit does more than makes it last and look nice. Dirty or damaged kit can lead to technical faults that could put your gear out of action altogether or, worse still, be potentially hazardous when underwater. So, whether you’re spending two weeks on a Red Sea Liveaboard or are going […]

Scuba Diving Red Sea: Wetsuits

Trying on a wetsuit certainly isn’t the most dignified experience, so you really want to make sure that you’re squeezing yourself into something suitable before you start overheating in the changing rooms. With racks upon racks of neoprene numbers adorning the walls of most dive shops, start by narrowing down your choices, using the following […]

Buying Scuba Fins: A Guide

If you’ve recently started out in scuba and are still using the fins you bought last summer as part of a snorkelling pack, it’s time to get your wallet out and start shopping. Regardless of whether you’re planning a few dips in the English Channel or are heading off on a once-in-a-lifetime Maldives liveaboard holiday, […]

Red Sea Divers: Buying your own scuba gear

The great thing about scuba diving is that you don’t need to own your own kit in order to enjoy the sport. With most dive centres hiring out well-maintained gear as part of a dive package, even some of the most addicted divers often choose not to buy their own. However, owning even a few […]