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Scuba Diving Courses / Re: GUE Fundamentals
« Last post by tanghao on 29 Jan 19, 01:18 »
Good information.
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Hello everyone,,
I am interested to start up scuba diving but my mum thinks it's far too dangerous. I want to know what to expect if I actually get into this sport so that I can convince her to let me take it up! Hope to get some useful information. Thank you!

Edit: Thank you guys for all your help! Gonna have the talk with my mum soon. can't wait!
Hello guys,
Thinking of continuing my dive education with fishermen scuba but I've never dived with them before. Before I jump head in I'll like to sought out the advice of people who have gone diving with them before since it'll be a sizable investment on my part. How did you find diving with the crew there? What did you appreciate the most abt them? Any things you'll like to see improve? How do you find the gear they use and how are the trips organization? Will be going for a trip next month to experience first hand but you views will be much appreciated. 

Thanks in advance.
Hi Divers,

If there are any diver you should take note of in June, it will be Scott Cassell himself as he is coming to Asia on a mission to contribute his efforts in saving the seas in Sipadan. He will be doing on a scientific trip to Sipadan sponsored by Luminox and together with Sharks Savers' scientists, they will be developing solutions to preserve the well being of Sharks in Sipadan.

Scott Cassell is an expert counter-terrorism operative and a consummate undersea explorer, someone who embraces danger as his everyday life.He has accumulated 12,000 hours underwater as a mixed-gas commercial diver, 20-plus-year veteran of rebreather technologies, U.S. Coast Guard-qualified submersible pilot, counterterrorism diver, U.S. Navy-qualified diving supervisor and diving medical technician.

For 15 years, Cassell was a principal investigator in field studies of Humboldt squid. His filmmaking and production credits include more than 35 television shows and documentaries broadcast on the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, MTV, Disney, Animal Planet, Spike TV, the BBC, and more. He has also led an expedition for National Geographic where he doubled as primary researcher.

Cassell also heads up two organizations – Sea Wolves and Underwater Voyager Project (UVP). Sea Wolves identifies and films criminals for prosecution for killing or maiming endangered aquatic species using SpecOps techniques, and UVP is a non-profit organization that explores the health of the oceans and why they are failing.

Luminox shares Cassell’s concern for the viability of the oceans, and is honored to partner with Cassell by helping to fund both of his organisations.

Scott will be in Singapore at June 13 for one day before he head over to Sipadan. Luminox is holding a Exclusive Diver night party at June 13 with free beer and food provided.

If you are interested to attend, kindly email your name, age, occupation and contact number to and we will send you information of the location and timing.

*This is a RSVP Event, people not on RSVP list will not be entertained
Good condition with extra O ring.
Contact bernard @ 98767171
Classifieds: Scuba Diving Equipment / Apollo AV1 scooter
« Last post by Albion on 21 Jan 19, 09:39 »
Has the modified switch to allow deep operation, has run ok at 60m. Can tow two divers with twins and deco tanks.
Fitted with new battery (last week) and complete with charger

Hello sidemount folks,
Letting go spare Sliding D rings, an essential for optimum tank trim.
Selling as a pair Xdeep (marine grade ss) And also Apeks styled.(alu alloy)
Also the purposeful Xdeep O ring which served me well.
Various sidemount dedicated item as clearing up my “diverobe” for CNY.
Do hook me up for price and further discussions.

Letting go a new, unused MK25 first stage only @ $480. Contact me at 94382121
Dr Richard Smith of Ocean Realm Images/Our Beloved Seas has two (2) cabins available on the 22 April to 03 May 2020 Togian Islands trip - that's next year so you have plenty of time to organise!
The trip is aboard Dewi Nusantara: "Best Liveaboard in the World 2018" by the publicly voted Dive Travel Awards!
It'll be an amazing trip, with several indigenous fishes in the area, but most excitingly it's the only place in the world where you can see the Walea Soft Coral Pygmy Seahorse (Hippocampus waleananus), which was named in 2009 but has very rarely been sighted.
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