Join the Simply Scuba team as a Customer Care Agent

Posted by - 7th July 2017

Simply Scuba are looking to recruit a Customer Care Agent who can provide their customers and other team members with accurate and detailed advice on technical scuba products to assist customers in making an informed buying decision.   Below is a description of the job, and the person Simply Scuba are looking for – could

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Product recall on all tank pressure transmitters from Suunto

Posted by - 6th July 2017

Suunto has identified a potential safety risk affecting all Suunto Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitters and Suunto Tank PODs, which wirelessly transmit tank air pressure to compatible Suunto dive computers. In two reported incidents, the exterior case of a Suunto Wireless Tank Pressure Transmitter has failed during regular dry land pressure testing. Although extremely rare, this

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Pro Dive International earns TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

Posted by - 4th July 2017

Pro Dive International, one of the Caribbean’s most-established PADI five-star Dive Resorts and recognised Career Development Centres, has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the seven consecutive year since implementation of the award in 2011, for their dive centres in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. The achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have consistently earned

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MARK EVANS: Grenada and Carriacou – that’s a wrap!

Posted by - 3rd July 2017

And so the whirlwind tour of Grenada and Carriacou by the Scuba Diver team has come to an end. Yesterday saw our final day of diving in Grenada and Carriacou, taking in some of the main island’s finest reefs with Dive Grenada. Flamingo Bay, Dragon Bay and Happy Valley were our targets, and all three delivered.

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Diver waits 90 minutes for helicopter airlift

Posted by - 3rd July 2017

Fears that the axing of the Portland coastguard helicopter would put lives at risk seemed to be borne out when literally the day after the aircraft was retired, a stricken diver had a 90-minute wait to be airlifted for emergency treatment. The Portland helicopter was retired on Friday 30 June after patrolling the area for

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Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas gets new representation in Europe

Posted by - 3rd July 2017

Tourism Unlimited, a PR and marketing agency specialising in tourism in general and in the diving industry, is the newly appointed representation company for Europe for the renowned dive centre Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas with immediate effect. The Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas dive centre, which started its operations in Nassau in 1978, is the pioneer

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MARK EVANS: Grenada shipwrecks new and old

Posted by - 2nd July 2017

After their visit to the Bianca C, the Scuba Diver team decided to mix up a couple of older Grenadian shipwrecks with a brand, spanking new one which only sank a few months ago. Aquanauts Grenada were our dive centre for the day, and we headed out at speed on their big, comfortable boat into

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Boaty McBoatface returns home with unprecedented data

Posted by - 2nd July 2017

Researchers at the University of Southampton have captured unprecedented data about some of the coldest abyssal ocean waters on earth – known as Antarctic Bottom Water (AABW) – during the first voyage of the yellow robotic submersible known as Boaty McBoatface, which arrived back in the UK last week. The team, which also involved scientists

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Diverse Travel opens new South Africa office

Posted by - 2nd July 2017

Diverse Travel has announced the opening of a brand-new South Africa representative office in Johannesburg. Managed by highly experienced and respected South African tour and dive operator, Stuart Mather-Pike, it will provide clients with the following services: Expert advice on the destinations, various regions and numerous choice of accommodation, diving and excursion options from a

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