Pro Dive International seeks Marketing Manager for Mexico

Posted by - 23rd August 2017

Do you fancy being part of a young, dynamic team in Pro Dive International, one of the Caribbean’s most-established dive operations, located at several four and five star resorts in Mexico and the Dominican Republic? Pro Dive International is looking for a marketing manager, and is offering the right applicant a very attractive income and

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USS Indianapolis finally discovered resting in 5,500m

Posted by - 22nd August 2017

Wreckage from the long-lost USS Indianapolis was discovered on 18 August by the expedition crew of Paul G Allen’s Research Vessel (R/V) Petrel, resting some 5,500m below the surface of the North Pacific Ocean. “To be able to honour the brave men of the USS Indianapolis and their families through the discovery of a ship

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Historic wrecks off Dorset and Yorkshire granted protection

Posted by - 22nd August 2017

The mystery wreck of two possible late-17th or early-18th century merchant ships containing 15 cast-iron English cannons off Chesil Beach in Dorset and a World War One mine-laying U-boat off Whitby in North Yorkshire have been granted protection by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England. The rare cannon-site

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Luxury Red Sea beach resorts planned for Saudi Arabia

Posted by - 17th August 2017

Saudi Arabia has launched a massive tourism development project that will turn 50 islands and other sites on the Red Sea into luxury resorts, in a bid to attract both foreign tourists and domestic visitors. Apparently, visa restrictions on foreigners will be eased inside this tourist zone, though it is not clear whether strict dress

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Diverse Travel secures exclusive trip to legendary Sudan

Posted by - 15th August 2017

Dive specialist tour operator Diverse Travel has secured an exclusive trip to Sudan on board the MV Oceanos on 4 March 2018. Join this legendary Sudan itinerary and you can walk in Cousteau’s footsteps, exploring his Conshelf II experiment as well as the famous Sha’ab Rumi, not to mention Sanganeb’s northern and southern plateaus, Angarosh,

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More than 100 finds submitted during first year of Marine Antiquities Scheme

Posted by - 8th August 2017

A host of unique finds have been recorded by divers, beach walkers, recreational anglers and other marine users in the first year of the Marine Antiquities Scheme. Archaeological and historical discoveries ranging from Neolithic flints and Roman serving wares to post-medieval candlesticks and remnants of modern ordnances have been submitted, with location information and photographs

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World’s first RIB wins prestigious Engineering Heritage Award

Posted by - 7th August 2017

The rigid hull inflatable boat (RIB) – developed in the 1960s by Rear-Admiral Desmond Hoare, the founding Principal of UWC Atlantic College – is the world’s most-widely used craft for inshore rescue, and it has now been awarded the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ prestigious Engineering Heritage Award. The Awards recognise irreplaceable artefacts to celebrate and

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