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dive spots are always in beautiful places

Divemaster Going Pro

As reported in my last post doing my first pro course as a Divemaster was definetly a great and very important experience as a longtime diver. During my 7 weeks DMT (Divemaster in training) on Utila in Honduras I was able to do more than 50 dives. This dives done during my training are equal to my last 265 dives I did before my DMT in terms of building up experience as a pro diver for different situations.

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7 weeks Divemaster training in Honduras

Since I started with scuba diving 15 years ago I never lost the idea of doing my Divemaster. Continiously improving my skills and doing different dive locations worldwide always added in my dive experience. Because every ocean and dive spot is different you need to be well prepared for each dive. But I knew that doing a Divemaster course is a greater task than just try out a new dive spots.

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Lui diving cuba on a budget

Diving Cuba for less money!

Diving in Cuba is a dream for all divers. And after my first weeks in Cuba it was definetly time for some dives in different places on the cuban island. Because all my trip is based on a low budget I had to find a way to spend less money on my diving activities and still do a couple of dives in changing locations.

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Why diving the Caribbean is great

Diving the Caribbean

 

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Since more than ten years I dive the caribbean. Always it is filled with fantastic moments very close to mother nature.

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Shark Attack or Love Bite? Shark eats GoPro

Shark attack filmed in Belize during a scuba dive on the San Pedro Canyon

The camera gets suddenly attacked by one of the hungry sharks during filming….

During the dive we get surrounded by lots of nurse and reef sharks.

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Dancing with nurse sharks in Belize

Diving & Dancing with Nurse Sharks in Belize

 

These pictures where made during scuba diving with nurse sharks in San Pedro, La Isla Bonita in Belize. We could even play and dance with these beautiful nurse sharks in the marine park. Most of the sharks expect to get fed and they like getting very close in order to check out food possibilities.

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