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Japón  Mar de China Oriental, Arrecife Sunabe Sea Wall  Sunabe California Side/ Curry House 
Añadido: 14.05.2016 11:54:21
rb9228Loe this place!
Japón  Mar de China Oriental, Arrecife Sunabe Sea Wall  Water Treatment Plant Point #2 
Añadido: 14.05.2016 11:52:34
rb9228Super easy dive spot. The Mushroom and the Birdcage amongst the occasional sea turtle makes this place better than great.
Japón  Mar de China Oriental, Arrecife Southern Dive Areas  Yamashirokaigan #2 
Añadido: 14.05.2016 11:44:05
rb9228Excellent dive spot. Great swim throughs and awesome crevices. Its deep!
Japón  Océano Pacífico, Península Katsuran  5 X-mas Tree Beach 
Añadido: 21.02.2016 13:32:49
Watch out for crazy rip current!!
Japón  Camp Scwab Decompression Chamber 
Añadido: 29.09.2015 06:49:08
I am going to check and see if this chamber exists...but I know that the phone number is not correct.
Añadido: 12.10.2014 09:11:34

I will visit Tashkent in December 2014 and would like to take the chance of a underwater experience as well as visiting the country.

Could you recommend any diving spots and buddy contacts?
Are there any dive shops around and where can I rent diving gear and air?

Thanks for Your help in advance.

Kind regards

Italia  BLU INFINITO Diving Center 
Añadido: 30.06.2014 13:58:58
Hello everybody,
Me and my wife would like to share our latest dive experience in Italy, on the beautiful island of Sardinia and thank Blu Infinito Dive Center for the exciting 4 dives we had with them, the sites were super (Secca de Papa 1-2 above all),the dive staff was friendly and professional and we had a great time. I hope to come back one day and enjoy this experience again.
See you.
República Dominicana 
Añadido: 16.01.2014 22:53:06
jorgealarconHola Amigos:
Junto con mi esposa, ambos buzos certificados y experientes, estaremos en Punta Cana (Hotel Catalonia Punta Cana)entre el 4 y el 14 de mayo y deseamos efectuar algunas salidas de buceo.
Llevaremos parte del equipo, lo mas personal: Trajes, aletas,cinto para lastre, mascara y snorkel.
Necesitaremos cilindros, lastre, reguladores y chalecos.
Mucho agradecere informacion sobre sitios de buceo y sus costos.
Jorge Alarcon y Simon
Japón  Bubbles Custom Wesuits 
Añadido: 19.12.2013 10:32:51
chassojuHave not purchased a custom wetsuit here, but she also will modify your wetsuit. They can add zippers, remove or add parts of the wetsuit or pockets, etc/.. Good work, quick service, and very good prices.
República Dominicana 
Añadido: 30.05.2013 20:58:58
turtledivecenter11th to 20th september 2013

In Las Terrenas - Dominican Republic
the first SSI Instructor courses.


Instructor KIT
Instructor Fees
Transportation from and to the airport
Hotel B&B (room for 2 people)

Only 3875 US$

Cross-Over available too for only 2 000 US$

More information:
República Dominicana 
Añadido: 30.05.2013 20:55:45
turtledivecenterAway from the over crowded resorts, Las Terrenas and The Samana Peninsula is a
breath of fresh air and a perfect location for diving or snorkelling. The Turtle Dive
Center has taken advantage of this unique Dominican Republic location and offers
the very best scuba diving experience at pristine dive sites.
The variety of dives spoil the tourist and include 2 Tank Dives, Wreck Dives, Night
Dives, Cave Diving and a Refresh Course for those who have been out of the water
for a period of time.
Groups are kept to a maximum of 4 divers to ensure you receive the personal
attention you deserve and even those who have never dived before can get into the
action with the Try Dive Course that includes a theory session, swimming pool
session and a dive from the beach.
Courses for experienced divers who want to increase their knowledge and skill are
also available with courses such as Master Diver, Stress and Rescue, Dive Control
Specialist and many more.
Website address:
E-mail address:
España  ANTHIAS 
Añadido: 07.05.2013 06:41:48
Aparentemente todos los centros de buceo son iguales.Vale la pena visitar Anthias para apreciar la calidad y la atención al buceador.
Japón  Mar de China Oriental, Arrecife Sunabe Sea Wall  Tsuji Beach 
Añadido: 29.04.2013 13:39:56
baracuda_smile空港や国際通りからも近く、那覇市内唯一の海水浴場として人気の「波の上ビーチ」の西側、「波の上緑地」に「那覇シーサイドパーク」が4月27日にオープンしました! 更衣室やシャワー、トイレなど施設が整っており、エントリーしやすいスロープも。講習や体験ダイビングに便利なほか、ニシキテグリなど生物も充実しており、これから人気がでそう。詳細は改めてPADIのウェブサイトでも紹介予定なので要チェック!
Airport and close to the Kokusai-Dori, Naha Seaside Park opened as a bathing place in the city only. "on the West of the"popular naminoue Beach"wave"green 4/27! Also equipped facilities such as changing rooms, showers and toilets, and easy entry. Organisms such as Alastair also boasts convenient addition training and scuba diving from this popular so. Stay tuned because more are presented too PADI website again! (Translated by Bing)
Añadido: 21.03.2013 20:14:38, Editado: 23.03.2013 08:31:24
klucha999Witam jestem świezo po kurasch i posiadam własny sprzed do nurkowania i czy bowskowoa to dobrzy akfen do nurkowania siezo po kursach??
República Dominicana  Las Galeras Divers 
Añadido: 13.08.2012 15:17:45
buffalodiverLas Galeras Divers est un petit centre de plongée familial offrant un service personnalisé.
Un maximum de 6 personnes par groupe permet de plonger en toute sécurité et toujours accompagné par des instructeurs PADI certifiés ou des divemasters qualifiés.
Des sorties plongée sont proposées tous les jours de l'année.
Étant donné le peu de diversité et de vie sous-marine directement accessibles depuis le rivage, toutes les plongées sont réalisées par bateau. Les sites de plongées se trouvent entre 5 et 20 minutes de navigation, 40 minutes pour les plus éloignés.
Le centre de plongée Las Galeras Divers existe aujourd'hui depuis 4 ans. Las Galeras Divers travaille sous la licence d'exploitation Nº 3804, délivrée par le Ministère du Tourisme dominicain.
Les sites de plongée sont choisis en fonction du niveau de pratique des plongeurs et des conditions météorologiques et maritimes.
L'océan Atlantique qui baigne les côtes de Las Galeras est parfois rude. Les courants, la visibilité sous-marine et l'état de la mer varient en fonction des saisons et de la météo mais il est malgré tout presque toujours possible de trouver des sites protégés pour plonger dans de bonnes conditions.
Le corail est toujours bien vivant et surtout d'une beauté extraordinaire et l'on trouve ici une variété de sites de plongée incroyables:
Jardins de corail, labyrinthe de corail, grottes, tombants, épave et le fameux spot de Cabo Cabrón (une tour de corail qui débute à 5 mètres et termine à 55 mètres de profondeur).
On peut aussi y rencontrer des tortues, des raies, des barracudas géants, et bien d'autres représentants de la faune aquatique locale.
Las Galeras Divers est l'endroit idéal pour pratiquer la plongée scaphandre (ou plongée bouteille) et se perfectionner grâce à la gamme de cours PADI, sous la supervison de professionnels qualifiés.
Les cours à disposition pour les débutants vont du baptême de plongée (Discover Scuba Diver), en passant par le premier brevet de plongeur PADI Scuba Diver (plongée sous la supervision d'un professionnel) jusqu'au PADI Open Water (Brevet de plongeur indépendant).
Pour les plongeurs plus confirmés, les cours Advanced Open Water Diver, Rescue Diver et Dive Master sont également dispensés. Les cours PADI sont donnés en français, espagnol, anglais et allemand.
Pour les plongeurs déjà certifiés, Las Galeras Divers reconnaît toutes les certifications: SSI, NAUI, CMAS, FFESSM etc....
Las Galeras Divers met à votre disposition un équipement de qualité et régulièrement révisé: détendeurs Scubapro, stabs Mares ainsi qu'une équipe de professionnels et un grand enthousiasme pour vous emmener sur les plus beaux fonds sous-marins de la Côte Atlantique de la République dominicaine.
Las Galeras Divers est partenaire DAN, assurance internationale de plongée.
Tel +1 809 538 0220
Cel +1 829 858 4404
Cel +1 809 715 4111
Estados Unidos de América  Océano Pacífico, Key West 
Añadido: 13.07.2012 06:01:06
baracuda_smileBy Cammy Clark - KeysNet

Long before GPS, the coral reef tract that runs along the Florida Keys routinely sank unsuspecting ships. Storms also blew boats into the hard, shallow structures, contributing to a massive underwater graveyard.

An American schooner named Kate, the British brig Lion and the French ship Cora Nelly all met their demise on this popular marine trade route. So did the Spanish warship Arcuana and the Winchester, a British man-of-war captained by John Soule that hit a reef so hard it tore a hole in its hull in 1695.

"It's a fascinating world out there of all the shipwrecks in our own backyard," says Brenda Altmeier, a support specialist for maritime heritage resources at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Some shipwreck sites have been well known for decades. The Winchester was discovered in 1938 and was the subject of a National Geographic article. But the whereabouts of many of the sunken vessels -- or what little is likely left of them -- remain a mystery.

Key Largo-based ocean explorer Ian Koblick and his partner Craig Mullen are hoping to change that by conducting the first comprehensive survey of the Keys ocean floor.

"We're treasure hunting for cultural jewels," Mullen says.

They began by dusting off a 1988 report by researcher Judy Halas, who spent endless hours scouring 18 volumes of admiralty records, newspaper articles and other sources to document 877 ships that were lost, bilged, saved, sunk, rammed, stranded, "ashore" or torpedoed in the waters of the island chain.

Koblick and Mullen are attacking the shipwreck project with technology -- sidescan sonar, subfloor profiler, magnetometer, remote-operated vehicle -- along with their decades of expedition and underwater experience.
Japón  Océano Pacífico, Isla Ishigaki  Ishizaki MANTASUKURANBURU 
Añadido: 07.07.2012 18:42:30
evanliuJust curious, is the temperature info on the right sidebar accurate?
Marianas del norte  Lago  
Añadido: 07.06.2012 13:12:57
baracuda_smileUSS Saratoga CV-3
Commissioned in 1927, an American aircraft carrier 880 feet in length and weighs 39,000 tons, it rests in Bikini's lagoon at a depth of 190 feet. Her bridge is easily accessible at 40 feet, her deck at 90 feet, and the hanger for the Helldivers at 125 feet. These Helldivers and bombs are still on display complete with all dials and controls. Saratoga had a fuel capacity of 63,200 barrels of fuel oil, 249 barrels of diesel oil, and 132,264 gallons of gasoline. Fuel and ammunition loads during test BAKER were 10% of capacity and 67% capacity respectively. She was reported sunk by the Japanese seven times during World War II. She received seven battle stars.
Eight hours after the waves created by the atomic Baker blast rolled over her, New York Times correspondent Hanson W. Baldwin wrote this epitaph as he watched the Saratoga sink slowly beneath Bikini's lagoon: "There were many who had served her in the observing fleet and they fought with her through the long hot hours as the sun mounted. Outside the reef...the observing ships cruised, while the Sara slowly died. There were scores who wanted to save her-and perhaps she might have been saved, had there been a crew aboard. But she died a lonely death, with no man upon the decks once teaming with life, with pumps idle and boilers dead. From three o'clock on she sank fast, her buoyancy gone, as the fleet kept the death watch for a 'fighting lady.' The Sara settled-the air soughing from her compartments like the breath from exhausted lungs. At 3:45 p.m. the starboard aft corner of her flight deck was awash; then the loud speakers blared: 'The water is up to her island now; the bow is high in the air.' She died like a queen-proudly. The bow slowly reared high; the stern sank deep, and, as if striving for immortality, the Sara lifted her white numeral 3 high into the sun before her bow slipped slowly under. Her last minutes were slow and tortured; she fought and would not sink, but slowly the 3 was engulfed by the reaching waters, the tip of her mast was the last bit of Sara seen by man." Unless, of course, you are a diver fortunate enough to be visiting Bikini Atoll! The USS Saratoga is the largest diveable vessel in the world, and the only aircraft carrier available for diving. 880 feet long. (3 buoys: bow, stern and bridge).
See the special Saratoga Picture and MPEG Movie page!

Read ,"Been There-Done That", a story by Captain Robert B. "Bob" Gohr. In World War II Bob landed airplanes on the deck of the USS Saratoga. In 1996 and 1999 [when he had his 75th birthday "aboard" Sara!] he ventured back to dive on his former ship in Bikini Atoll's lagoon.

Download Three Views of USS Saratoga Poster (101K) as the aircraft carrier rests on Bikini's lagoon. While some of the small print may not be readable, it gives one an idea of what to expect when diving on the ship. The USS Saratoga is BIGGER than the Titanic! Copies of this poster are available at the Bikini Atoll Online Store.

Now available from the Bikini Atoll Online Store: USS Saratoga POSTERS & T-shirts!
The USS Saratoga bridge begins to collapse after two nuclear weapons blasts and 60 years underwater... 10/17/2006 "I report with great sadness that on Tuesday October 17th 2006, one of the greatest ships at Bikini Atoll, maybe even the world, began to finally show her age. The Mark 37 Gun Director on top of the island / bridge structure of the USS Saratoga started to collapse into the elevator. Unfortunately, diving anywhere near this section of the ship will have to at times be limited or even cancelled. It turns out that this is a slow, ongoing process and it may take a considerable amount of time for the ship to stabilize. However, the majestic, awe-inspiring and astounding beauty of the USS Saratoga can still be experienced by the dives we arrange on her if conditions don't allow for penetration diving."
-Divemaster Jim Akroyd, April, 2007

Update, January 2008: The Mark 37 Gun Director on the top of the USS Saratoga bridge shears off and plunges into the elevator shaft. Diver is shown below where the gun director used to be.

HIJMS Nagato
The Japanese Flagship to the Japanese Navy, she was Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's floating fortress during Japan's World War II attack on Pearl Harbor and was a treasure to the Japanese forces. Japanese Naval historian Masanori Ito wrote: "When World War II began, the Japanese Navy-the third most powerful in the world-included some of the mightiest ships in naval history and was a force worthy of the pride and trust of the Japanese people. Then, in less than four years, this great war machine fell from glory to oblivion. Of ten battleships riding in Hiroshima Bay in December of 1941, nine were sunk. The lone survivor, the Nagato, died at Bikini as a target in an atomic bomb test." The 32,720 ton battleship is at rest upside down in 170 feet of water; her bridge is accessible at 150 feet, the hull and monstrous props at 110 feet. The Nagato was built by Kure Naval Dockyard, launched on Novemver 9, 1919, and completed on November 25, 1920. She was reconstructed in 1934-1936, with torpedo bulges, increased elevation for main armament, aircraft crane, etc. After this refit, Nagato had 10 Kampon boilers, driving 4 sets of Kampon turbines developing 82,300 shaft horsepower (shp) for a speed of 25 knots. Her fuel bunkerage was now 5,650 tons of oil, giving her a radius of 8,650 nautical miles at 16 knots. Her new dimensions were 725' 9" long at the waterline, 113' 6" beam, 32' 2" draught. Her normal displacement was 39,130 tons, 42,850 tons at full load. She carried a crew of 1,368. In June 1944 she was known to be fitted with radar. By October 1944 her armament consisted of 8 x 16"/45, 18 x 5.5"/50 [guns that were later removed], 8 x 5"/40, and 98 x 25mm AA guns. Her displacement had by now increased to 43,581 tons full load, and as a result her maximum speed was 24.98 knots. By the end of the war she had had her main mast and funnel removed for camouflage purposes, as she was holed up in Sagami Bay near Yokosuka. Fuel and ammunition loads during both ABLE and BAKER tests were, respectively, 15% and 10% of capacity. She is upside down in the water and an incredible dive with her four massive screws appearing like an underwater Stonehenge. 708 feet long. (2 buoys)
See a small U.S. Park Service sketch of the Nagato as she rests on Bikini Atoll's lagoon.

Copies of the Nagato BLUEPRINT Poster are available at the Bikini Atoll Online Store.

Read The Final Voyage of the HIJMS Nagato Battleship, a journal entry by Mr. Fred Herschler, a crewman who helped sail the Nagato from Japan to Bikini in 1946.

For more information on the Nagato, the Sakawa and other Japanese WWII ships, visit the Imperial Japanese Navy Page.

Now available from the Bikini Atoll Online Store: Nagato T-shirts!

USS Arkansas BB-33
A 29,000 ton American battleship that survived two world wars had a fuel capacity of 37,779 barrels of fuel oil, 119 barrels of diesel oil, and 4,000 gallons of gasoline. The Arkansas took part in the Presidential Naval Review in the Hudson River, October 14, 1912 and then carried President William H. Taft to the Panama Canal Zone for an inspection of the unfinished canal. On April 22, 1914, she assisted in the occupation of Veracruz, Mexico. In December of 1918 she formed part of the escort carrying President Woodrow Wilson to France. In World War II, the Arkansas escorted convoys across the Atlantic. She remained in European waters for the invasion of Normandy where she performed yeoman service at Omaha Beach, the bombardment of Cherbourg and the invasion of southern France. She then moved to the Pacific to participate in action at Iwo Jima and Okinawa. The Arkansas, at rest almost completely upside down in Bikini's lagoon in 170 feet of water, received four battle stars for her service in World War II and was sunk by BAKER. 562 feet long. (1 buoy)

More historical info about the USS Arkansas

Historical info re the Arkansas on the Naval Historical Center Homepage
Now available from the Bikini Atoll Online Store: Nuclear Fleet Dive Team Iron-on Patches!

USS Carlisle AA-69
A merchant craft named after a county in Kentucky, she had fuel capacity of 9,695 barrels of fuel oil and 375 barrels of diesel oil. She made three voyages to the west coast from Hawaii and Japan and shorter passages among South Pacific islands. She sits upright on the bottom and is guarded by a magnificent school of skip jacks; and there is almost always a shark siting on this ship. The ABLE blast split her open so she makes for a sensational penetration dive. Fuel and ammunition loads during test ABLE were 95% of capacity. The Carlisle was sunk by the ABLE blast. 426 feet long. (1 buoy).

Now available from the Bikini Atoll Online Store: The History Pack [two award winning historical videos that have archival and underwater footage of the ships, and a book about the Bikinians that also contains information about the dive program and the ships]

USS Lamson DD-367
The American destroyer Lamson received five battle stars for service during World War II. She was used to search for Amelia Earhart in 1937 in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands. She was deployed from Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, in the unsuccessful search for the Japanese Task Force that bombed Pearl Harbor and later served throughout the Pacific until the end of the war. Her fuel capacity was 3,600 barrels, her diesel oil capacity was 110 barrels, and she was at 50% capacity for both fuels and ordnance when she was sunk by ABLE. Her hull provides a great example of the power of a nuclear explosion as it is horribly twisted and damaged. She is a Bikini divemaster favorite. 341 feet long. (1 buoy).

USS Apogon SS-308
An American submarine with normal fuel capacity of 54,000 gallons, and an emergency load of 116,000 gallons. She made eight war patrols sinking three Japanese vessels totaling 7,575 tons. Her first patrol was out of Pearl Harbor in November of 1943. She later patrolled from Majuro to Midway and was part of Operation Galvanic during the invasions of Tarawa and the Gilbert Islands. Working off Formosa, she ran in a wolf-pack known as the "Mickey Finns" that sunk 41,000 tons worth of Japanese vessels toward the end of the war. She received five battle stars and was sunk by BAKER. She now appears perfectly upright as if ready to drive away on the bottom of Bikini's lagoon. Eric Hanauer of Discover Diving commented, "The shadowy silhouette of Apogon's conning tower, completely enveloped by glassy sweepers, is one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen underwater." 312 feet long. (1 buoy)

USS Anderson DD-411
An American destroyer that received ten battle stars during World War II. She served as a carrier screen in the Coral Sea, Midway, the Solomons, Guadalcanal, and Tarawa. Always on the frontlines, she was with the Lexington CV-2 and the Yorktown CV-5 aircraft carriers when they were sunk in battle by the Japanese. She was also with the USS Wasp and the USS Hornet when they were sunk in WWII. In 1943, in Wotje Atoll in the Marshall Islands, she got hit with a 155mm shell that killed the captain and five officers and wounded another 18 men. She carried 2929 barrels of fuel oil and 168 barrels of diesel oil and was at 95% of capacity of both fuel and ordnance when she was sunk by ABLE and is now at rest on her side in Bikini's lagoon. 348 feet long. (1 buoy)
USS Pilotfish SS-386
An American submarine with normal fuel capacity of 54,000 gallons, she made five war patrols during WWII. Fuel and ammunition loads during test BAKER were 95% of capacity. She received five battle stars, patrolled the Northern Marianas, Bonin Islands, the East China Sea, and the southeast coast of Japan. She was featured in ABC's World of Discovery Emmy nominated production about Bikini Atoll, "Forbidden Paradise." She is on her side and half-buried in the sand. 312 feet long. (1 buoy).

Below: The Pilotfish as it rests on Bikini Atoll's lagoon [US Park Service]

HIJMS Sakawa
The Sakawa, a Japanese ship, was built in Sasebo Naval Dockyard, and launched on April 9, 1944. She was the only vessel of its class to survive the war. Nominal armament 6 x6"/50 (interestingly, these guns were refitted secondary weapons from earlier ships, like the Kongo-class battleships), 4 x 80mm AA, approx. 61 x 25mm AA, 8 x 24" torpedo tubes, 16 depth charges, 1 catapult, and 2 floatplanes. Length 563 feet at the waterline, 571 feet overall, 49' 10" beam, 18' 5" draught.

She had 4 shaft geared turbines from 6 Kampon boilers for 100,000 shp and 35 knots and carried 1,405 tons fuel oil for a 6,300 nautical mile radius at 18 knots. The Sakawa was surrendered to the U.S. at Maizuru in August of 1945, then used for repatriation duties until taken to Bikini where she was sunk by ABLE with an unknown fuel load and apparently no ordnance. 532 feet long as she rests in Bikini's lagoon in an upright position. (1 buoy)

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Ships Not Buoyed at the Bottom of Bikini Lagoon

4 - LCT-414

The aforementioned "L" vessels were landing craft with little known history. Some were sunk in the lagoon, some were towed to sea and sunk after the tests, and at least one was "obliterated."

ARDC-13 - A small repair dock.
Gilliam - A merchant vessel
YO-160 - A concrete oil barge
Japón  Taka Diving Service 
Añadido: 28.05.2012 04:46:18
baracuda_smileNathan Kaempfer Thanks for the hot dive tip it was a great source. So the full report, flew into Miyako at sunset, stayed at a hostel near their "Kokusai Street" (3000Y/night), rented a car (3000Y/day), picked up tanks (1000Y/tank if referred by Taka Dive Shop otherwise 2000Y/tank) actually very difficult to find tanks we had to go straight to the wholesale gas company (most people do the all inclusive boat dives 12000Y/day which includes lunch and three tanks), we drove south towards Kurima Island as locals said best place to beach dive. It is a 1K swim from the west facing beach to get to deep waters. We opted to stay in the shallow near the finger style reefs near the beach as they are full of life (Eels, lobster, sea turtle, tons of life). Then we drove to Boragawa Beach almost all the way to the light house on the southern cape. Definitely recommend this dive, it was extremely low tide so we walked the reef out and jumped in (careful many crown of thorns here) but the reef is from 5-10ft below surface to 65 ft at low tide. There are networks of "tunnels" and cracks in the reef that made this an incredible dive allowing you to stay at 50 - 65 ft and cruise near the sandy bottom. Felt a lot like cave diving in many places. Then when you are finished get rid of the tanks and swim east along the shore line (you can kayak or walk if the tide is low enough) and there is a famous cave right at the same beach that has limestone formations and a fresh water stream/waterfalls inside. The rock is like velcro so you can cilmb in and up no problem. You have to swim into the cave and at high tide you might not be able to spot the opening very easily. There are many locals taking tours there so you can follow them. Then we drove the rest of the island and I left that night. I recommend getting involved in the local drinking tradition. Don't ask me why there is a German Cultural Center out their either. Good times, good livin!
República Dominicana 
Añadido: 28.04.2012 17:02:48
playitaEstimado compañero de buceo,

Me pongo en contacto contigo pues hemos iniciado un proyecto apasionante que seguro te va a interesar. Hace casi un año que hemos abierto PlayitaSub, un centro de buceo en la península de Samaná en República Dominicana.

Nuestra ubicación, Playita está en Bahía Rincón, catalogada según la UNESCO como una de las treinta más bonitas del planeta. Esta bahía está cerrada por Cabo Cabrón al noroeste y por Cabo Samaná al este. La localidad más cercana, Las Galeras, a dos kilómetros de distancia.

Creo no equivocarme si te digo que esta es la mejor zona para el buceo de todo el país; para que te hagas una idea, tenemos como clientes centros de buceo de República Dominicana que quieren ofrecer a sus buceadores más experimentados y exigentes, lugares únicos para realizar las mejores inmersiones.

Nuestras instalaciones son muy completas, con material nuevo, con dos embarcaciones preparadas exclusivamente para el buceo. Una de 19 pies de eslora y otra de 24 pies y 7 de manga, ambas muy cómodas y seguras en la que podemos llevar hasta un total de doce buzos con doble tanque.

El tipo de buceo, al estar en zona caribeña y atlántica, es muy variado. Lo más llamativo, las excursiones de avistamiento en la época de ballenas jorobadas (enero-marzo) en la que podemos disfrutar de sus evoluciones, saltos, luchas por conseguir aparearse etc., además de poder disfrutar durante todo el año de unos buenos fondos coralinos, paredes interminables, pecios, arrecifes de coral y cuevas en las que realizamos las inmersiones. También os podemos ofrecer nuestras embarcaciones para visitar recónditas playas casi vírgenes en las que pasar una agradable y tranquila jornada de sol en la que no puede faltar la actividad de snorkeling.

Nuestra filosofía de empresa es proporcionar una base de buceo profesional, cómoda, segura y divertida, pensando en buceadores ya formados, con experiencia bajo el agua. Queremos apartarnos de otro tipo de negocio de buceo, con inmersiones masivas, cursos muy baratos y con estándares de formación bajos. Si a las personas que bucean con nosotros, cuando salen del agua les brillan los ojos, ...hemos conseguido nuestro objetivo.

Somos conscientes de nuestro reto, pero estamos convencidos de que el esfuerzo nos va a compensar, pues nosotros, al igual que tú, disfrutamos con nuestro trabajo. Podría decirse que la pasión por el buceo, la hemos convertido en nuestra filosofía de vida.

Te invito a que visites nuestra página web, como es de reciente creación la estamos mejorando constantemente. Aquí podrás ver algunas fotografías del lugar y del tipo de buceo que puedes disfrutar.
Esperamos verte pronto por aquí, sólo tienes que decirnos cuándo y estaremos esperándote en el aeropuerto. Para cualquier aclaración no dudes en contactar con nosotros.

Recibe un afectuoso saludo,

Jokin Feros Ortiz de Zarate

Alojamiento: podemos ponerte en contacto con diversos establecimientos. Todos ellos ofrecen buenos servicios para satisfacer las diferentes expectativas .
Vuelos: te podemos poner en contacto con agencia para gestionar los vuelos.
Indonesia  Océano Pacífico, Isla Bali Sea  USAT Liberty Wrack 
Añadido: 16.03.2012 07:36:08
indopabloBardzo ładne i ciekawe nurkowo miejsce. Prowadzimy w tym miejscu nurkowania kursowe OWD :)
Estados Unidos de América  Océano Atlántico, Península Lookout Shoals  Queen Anne's Revenge AKA Blackbeards 
Añadido: 11.03.2012 08:15:56
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Edward Teach
c. 1680 – 22 November 1718

Blackbeard (c. 1736 engraving used to illustrate Johnson's General History)
Nickname Blackbeard
Place of birth (presumed) Bristol, England
Place of death Ocracoke, Province of Carolina (in present North Carolina
Years active 1716–1718
Rank Captain
Base of operations Atlantic
Commands Queen Anne's Revenge, Adventure

Edward Teach (c. 1680 – 22 November 1718), better known as Blackbeard, was a notorious English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies. Although little is known about his early life, he was probably born in Bristol, England. He may have been a sailor on privateer ships during Queen Anne's War before settling on the Caribbean island of New Providence, a base for Captain Benjamin Hornigold, whose crew Teach joined sometime around 1716. Hornigold placed him in command of a sloop he had captured, and the two engaged in numerous acts of piracy. Their numbers were boosted by the addition to their fleet of two more ships, one of which was commanded by Stede Bonnet, but toward the end of 1717 Hornigold retired from piracy, taking two vessels with him.

Teach captured a French merchant vessel, renamed her Queen Anne's Revenge, and equipped her with 40 guns. He became a renowned pirate, his cognomen derived from his thick black beard and fearsome appearance; he was reported to have tied lit fuses under his hat to frighten his enemies. He formed an alliance of pirates and blockaded the port of Charleston, South Carolina. After successfully ransoming its inhabitants, he ran Queen Anne's Revenge aground on a sandbar near Beaufort, North Carolina. He parted company with Bonnet, settling in Bath Town, where he accepted a royal pardon. But he was soon back at sea and attracted the attention of Alexander Spotswood, the Governor of Virginia. Spotswood arranged for a party of soldiers and sailors to try to capture the pirate, which they did on 22 November 1718. During a ferocious battle, Teach and several of his crew were killed by a small force of sailors led by Lieutenant Robert Maynard.

A shrewd and calculating leader, Teach spurned the use of force, relying instead on his fearsome image to elicit the response he desired from those he robbed. Contrary to the modern-day picture of the traditional tyrannical pirate, he commanded his vessels with the permission of their crews and there is no known account of his ever having harmed or murdered those he held captive. He was romanticised after his death and became the inspiration for a number of pirate-themed works of fiction across a range of genres.

1 Early life
2 New Providence
3 Blackbeard
3.1 Enlargement of Teach's fleet
3.2 Blockade of Charleston
3.3 Beaufort Inlet
3.4 Pardon
3.5 Alexander
Añadido: 08.02.2012 11:51:43
Świetne miejsce do nurkowania i odpoczynku znajdziecie w ośrodku AGRO-SPORT nad jeziorem Ługowskim. Polecam stronę ośrodka
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baracuda_smileTokai Maru

This Japanese feighter was sunk in Apra Harbour on August 27th 1943. She had already been attacked by one US submarine seven months earlier and was resting up when the fatal attack was launched by another submarine.

She is large, at over 135m and lies in 35m of water, listing heavily to port. A tordedo blew a hole in the number 3 port cargo hold and it was this damage that almost certainly sunk her. The holds still contain some interesting relics including beds and truck frames. The engine room is enormous and the two engines and catwalks are intact. The deck house at the stern still contains some depth charges - do not attempt to touch these!

One amazing feature of this site is that the Tokai Maru rests next to the SMS Cormoran, a German merchant raider that was scuttled in 1917. The two ships actually touch and this is the only place in the world where two vessels, from different conflicts, do so.

The Cormoran is 90m in length and lies in 35m of water. The best way to approach her is to follow the midsection of the Tokai Maru until you see the vessel at 22m. The hull is intact and the engine room easily accessable through skylights.

TOKAI MARU & CORMORAN-This is definitely a one-of-a-kind dive site...there is a WW I German ship (the Cormoran) and a WW II Japanese ship (the Tokai Maru, of course) which are actually in contact with each other. I've read that this is the only place in the world where this is the case. This site is especially popular with visiting military divers. In most cases, it is done from a boat, but I've done it from the beach, when I have divers who REALLY want to see it, and don't mind the 20-minute plus surface swim to & from the wreck! A brief bit of history (don't worry, there's no test!)...the Cormoran was "scuttled," that is, sunk by its own captain, after US forces took over Guam during WW I and told the captain "gimme your boat," or words to that effect. The Japanese ship was actually sunk during battle, and damage from the bombing can be seen on the ship. While the harbor bottom here is around 100'/30m, the top deck of the Tokai Maru is about 50'/14m, while the Cormoran is a bit deeper...60'/18m. Both ships are resting on their sides. While shipwrecks don't have the abundant fish life of the reefs, you'll usually see schools of
Fusillears, and sometimes big Puffer or Porcupine Fish, and this Batfish, ready to have my finger for lunch! As with all shipwrecks, don't try to penetrate the dark interior (outside passageways & rooms are ok) without proper training. The inside of ships often have decades of fine silt built up, and a stray kick will reduce visibility to almost nothing...making it difficult to find your way back out. Email me & I'll tell you a story of why this is a bad idea!

The only wreck in the world where you can touch a WWI wreck and WWII Wreck!
Polonia  Mar Báltico, Bahía Plaża Babie Doły  Torpedownia 
Añadido: 27.06.2011 23:25:24
mietolŚwietne miejsce nurkowe, polecam. Dostęp z plaży tylko dla twardzieli (strome i długie schody na klifie) ale z łodzi bez problemów. Warto zabrać oświetlenie i zachować ostrożność (ruiny zawsze mogą się sypnąć)
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