Posts Tagged as "diving"

Which states in Brazil offer scuba diving?

Brazil has 26 states, of these only 12 have coastile, extending for more than 8,000 kilometers. Many of the locations are difficult to reach and akin to an expedition. The… Read more »

Russians beat cold waters diving record

A group of Russian scientists beat the record for diving in cold water to make the immersion in the lake Labynkyr, extreme western Siberia, one of the coldest places in… Read more »

Padi Dive Festival 2013 – Scuba Diving Lecture C. Dimitrius

Padi Dive Festival 2013 – Scuba Diving Lecture C. Dimitrius

On March 10th, at 5 p.m., Padi Dive Festival 2013 will held the lecture “From dream to reality“, with filmmaker Cristian Dimitrius. Cristian is a member of the production team… Read more »

Padi Dive Festival 2013 – Shark is the main subject of first lecture

On March 9th, at 2 p.m., takes place the event Padi Dive Festival 2013. It will being with a lecture “Demystifying the monster – diving and shark photo identification”, and… Read more »

FAQ – Can I dive after drinking?

One of the most frequently asked questions by beginners in recreational diving is if there is any damage to health when diving after have drinking a beer or any other… Read more »

Divers use Brazilian Sign Language to communicate during diving practice

Two deaf divers from Rio de Janeiro, solved one of the biggest obstacles for activity to deaf practitioners: the underwater communication. To communicate with each other, divers usually use gestures,… Read more »

Meet the charms of diving in Salvador – Brazil

Salvador (BA) is known to be one of the most incredible destinations for Brazilian tourists. Salvador, the Bahia capital, needs no introduction in relation to tourism, however, when it comes… Read more »

Karol Meyer is interviewed in a Brazilian TV show

Aired on last Wednesday (20), in a Brazilian TV program, an interview with Karol Meyer, the world record Brazilian in area. In the beginning, the presenter Danilo Gentili won a life book of… Read more »

About diving in the Dead Sea

At more than 1000 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the deepest lake in the world. Located between Israel, Jordan and theWest Bank, its salty water comes from the connection to the sea. The lake… Read more »

Prince of Astúrias shipwreck, in Ilhabela Island, São Paulo – Brazil

In the state of São Paulo, São Sebastião channel separats the land from the famous Ilhabela Island. Considered the most beautiful part of northern coast of the state, the archipelago hides mysterious shipwrecks in its… Read more »

Snorkeling and scuba at Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Playa del Carmen or just Playa, as the locals call it, is located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, about 40 miles south of Cancun. Discovered by those craving white beaches, gentle surf and outdoor activities, this once-sleepy fishing village has… Read more »

Scuba on the Duane vessel wreck, in South Florida, U.S.A.

The Mergulho magazine 190th edition published an article about the Duane, one of the world’s most famous shipwrecks, that is consider, for many, perfect. It is located in the southern part of the U.S. state of… Read more »

Practice of scuba diving and contaminated air during

WHAT IS? Firstly, let’s understand compressed air from the conventional cylinder. It’s basically the same as the one we breathe: a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen (approximately 20% and 80% respectively). While none of these gases may give adverse effects… Read more »

The use of TRIMIX in Scuba Diving

TRIMIX is a gas mixture used in the cylinders for scuba diving. It consists of three gases: oxygen, nitrogen and helium. Its use is more common for deep diving because it reduces the narcosis.

NITROX: Good Reasons to Start Using it

The famous cylinder with the striking yellow and green sticker named NITROX has been used for over 60 years by professional divers, and over time recreational divers. Check out some good reasons to start a course and use NITROX in your dive.

Mysterious Lagoon return soon for snorkeling and diving baptism

Mysterious Lagoon return soon for snorkeling and diving baptism

There is less time for the Mysterious Lagoon reopen for snorkeling and diving baptism. The attraction of Jardim – Mato Grosso do Sul, in Brazil, is closed to these activities,… Read more »

Snorkeling in the Rio da Prata is featured in magazine

The 2th edition of the magazine Divemag, specializing in diving, brings it its pages a special report about the cities of Mato Grosso do Sul – Bonito and Jardim. The… Read more »

Sportsman Comment About Diving In Tunnels Of Lava

The parachutist Formiga published today on his blog on ESPN a text about diving in lava tunnels. The athlete said in the text that  cave diving is a diving challenge…. Read more »

Lagoa misteriosa is the new scuba point in Brazil

Lagoa misteriosa is the new scuba point in Brazil

The Mysterious Lagoon in Jardim, a small city in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in Brazil, is the latest tourist attraction reopened in the country.

How to choose the diving mask

Make sure the mask is the proper size of your face. People with higher than average nose should feel comfortable and people with small nostrils should be able to pinch the nose with ease.

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