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The Thousand Islands - Above and Below

Posted on 04/04/2015 at 14:55 by TimC, in Local Diving.
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By: Local Dive Instructor, Scott Edick Located along the majestic St. Lawrence River, bordering New York State from Canada, the Thousand Islands region has long been known as a popular tourist area. The St. Lawrence River, with it’s over 1700 islands floating on the surface (and just below) is a marvel. One of the grandest […]

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What to expect when you train with Aquatic World

Posted on 21/03/2015 at 20:33 by TimC, in Training.
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By: Jim Novak, Aquatic World Training Director "Train with Aquatic World...what to expect, what not to expect and how to prepare makes all the difference."   What are some of the things that run through your mind the first time you do something? Excitement, anxiety, worry? I find being informed about what to expect, what […]

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Oceanic Omega 3 DVT Regulator

Posted on 17/03/2015 at 17:31 by TimC, in Service.
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The new cold forged, over balanced diaphragm FDXi First Stage comes with DVT and is environmentally sealed. The in-line design limits the pressure loss inherent in "L" type first stage designs making the FDXi more efficient and lighter due to its compact form. The FDXi offers a balanced diaphragm. The balanced diaphragm, first stage regulator […]

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Key Largo 2014

Posted on 23/02/2015 at 17:00 by TimC, in Travel.
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By: John A. Shaheen; All photographs by John A. Shaheen The Florida Keys (Keys) are a 112 mile long chain of islands that begin at the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula approximately 15 miles south of Miami. The Keys are home to the only living coral barrier reef in U.S. waters. The northernmost island, […]

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Maldives - Endless Islands, Sun, and Ocean make for an Incredible dive vacation experience

Posted on 23/02/2015 at 12:52 by TimC, in Travel.
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By: Kris Petty Aquatic World Trip Leader. Schooling Moorish Idol, Sailfish Tang, Oriental Sweet Lips, White Tip Shark, Picasso Angel Fish, Giant Reef Manta, Napoleon Fish, and my favorite - Clown Trigger Fish are just a sample of what I had in my log book after my first 4 dives in the Maldives.  That was […]

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