REDEFINE THE DIVE

Posted on 30-03 2018

REDEFINE THE DIVE

Everybody going to the tropical sea expects to meet untouched marine life. In many diving areas we are upset with all these effects of human bad habits and consequences of civilisation. Please find Guidelines to the Code of Conduct by Green...

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PADI documents – do you know what you sign?

Posted on 14-09 2017

PADI documents – do you know what you sign?

When you start your PADI course very dive center requires to read and sign standard documents. Here you can find some explanation – what and why you should sign them.   Liability Release – This document explains the risks of scuba diving to the participant and is designed as a contract. The diver agrees to assume the risks and accepts something can and may go wrong. None of us are perfect, and when entering a foreign environment with life support equipment, things do...

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WATCH OUR NEW MOVIE FROM GILI ISLANDS!

Posted on 13-04 2017

WATCH OUR NEW MOVIE FROM GILI ISLANDS!

We are very proud to invite to our “Gili world”. With 2 offices: in Ombak Sunset – Gili Trawangan and in Ombak Paradise – Gili Air we are able to organize your snorkeling and scuba diving activity quickly and easy. Particularly we are happy with a deep swimming pool at Gili Air where training all required skills for all courses is more adequate to PADI standards. Watch.. enjoy…feel free to book your day with Scuba...

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Refresh your scuba diving skills!

Posted on 30-12 2016

Refresh your scuba diving skills!

Go back to scuba diving in Indonesia Diving is one of the best ways to relax, forget about all everyday problems and get closer to Mother Nature. Diving holidays make you more excited unless you realized that… you start feeling stress although you have already got your scuba certification. Why? The reason is a long break in diving. You are afraid to make stupid things with your scuba gear, have problems with buoyancy and underwater breathing. That`s normal! But you forgot...

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Safari wreck a happy ending :)

Posted on 08-12 2016

Safari wreck a happy ending :)

Successfully we completed another safari for technical divers on Java Sea. On Nov. 18, in Surabaya, a group of experienced divers from Australia checked-in, whose aim was to find a few wrecks from The Second World War. Our goal was ambitious, but realistic to achieve. Where we have been diving? Maigen Maru – 178 m, japanese cargo ship; depth 52-68 m HMS Electra – british distroyer – approx. 220 m long; depth 48-58 m Benclun – british freighter; 140 m...

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