Capturing The Serenity and Magic of the Oceans
Lisa and I have been diving for over 20 years, we have completed over 10,000 dives, estimate, we actually stopped counting in about 2005.
We have been very fortunate to dive in places such as Galapagos Islands, Fiji, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Sipadan, Belize, Philippines, Seychelles, Maldives, Aqaba, Malibu and Mexico just to name a few.
Scuba is not only about diving and observing the amazing environment that exists under the waters. It is also all about having fun.
Scuba is pretty simple, although some people like to over complicate it. There’s a tank of air, a buoyancy control device and a regulator. You breath in and out, float around a bit and well…… enjoy yourself.
There’s plenty of adventure to be had underwater, every dive can bring a new adventure, whether it’s is a Whale Shark or a colourful nudibranch.
Lisa and I have also completed quite a few technical courses and over 350 technical dives, a lot of the technical dives we completed were mostly in wrecks and caves. However, I must admit that you really need to prepare your dives meticulously and have your wits about you. Technical diving is not that dangerous if you train appropriately and understand your limits.