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The Challenges of Wall Diving

If you are an avid scuba diver, you must have come across different perceptions about wall diving. There are those who caution that it is dangerous, but this is one activity you have to try if you really want to experience the thrill of diving. Like any other form of diving, you have to … Read More

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Underwater photography – Camera Housing Maintenance

As a scuba diver, you appreciate the magnificent sights you can capture underwater with the best camera. Most of these images will be seen for the first time and it is always a good way to explore the underwater world. There is some mystery that surrounds the underwater world and you can even make … Read More

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Close Focus Wide Angle with Snoot

More photography insight from Maluku Divers’ very own photo pro and all-round photography wizard, Mr Frederick Dion gives tips about snoot photography.

At Maluku Divers the main emphasis of the diving we do is finding and photographing small and unusual critters, which is great as we definitely have plenty of both here.

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How to Pack For a Diving Trip

If you will be traveling overseas and need to take your dive equipment, here is a guide that will help you pack everything you need for diving trip.

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Full Gear

Unless you are going to a place where diving is completely unheard of, then you should plan on leaving your weights and dive tank … Read More

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Maximize your Wreck Diving Experience

Once you decide to dive at a wreck site, it would be great to find out the story behind the wreck also for your wreck diving experience. This will give you greater anticipation for the dive as you plan for the day of exploration. The information you gather will be critical.

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Nitrogen Narcosis: What It Is and How It Affects You

Anybody interested in diving beyond the 60 foot mark needs additional training that includes information on Nitrogen Narcosis. The cause of nitrogen narcosis is an increase in the partial pressure of the various gases breathed when diving. When it comes to recreational diving, the gas in question is nitrogen. With the partial pressure being high, … Read More