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Mexico 15 Sites in 3 Minutes

Filmed and edited by Joseph Bicanic – Perth Scuba Technical Diving Instructor
Snippets from 15 Cave Diving Sites near and around Tulum, Mexico.

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USS Atlanta Project Presentation

USS Atlanta GUEedition 720p from Elena Konstantinou Gusinski on Vimeo.
Don’t forget Liam Allen’s awesome presentation about diving the USS Atlanta Wreck in the Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands – filmed at 130 meters deep!!!!
See you at Perth Scuba’s Presentation Theater, this Wednesday 25 September @ 6:30pm – all are welcome to this free event!!!

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Diving the wrecks of Truk Lagoon

Written by Marc van der Poel
I have recently been asked ‘Where is the best diving in the world?’I find this a hard question because there is so much I haven’t dived (yet), but more importantly how can you compare apples with pears. I think I have my favorite dives, experiences that leave an impression forever. […]

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Clearing up the confusion about Deep Stops

The old adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” is certainly applicable to the various symptoms of decompression sickness (DCS). The best treatment of all for these maladies is to complete a sufficient decompression profile in the first place. Technical divers have observed that many ailments can be avoided by including “deep stops” in their profiles. A closer examination of the decompression model reveals that this practice serves to reduce or eliminate excessive overpressure gradients. Knowing this, the model can be modified to provide precise control of gradients and stops can be calculated within the decompression zone to the depth of the “deepest possible decompression stop.”

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Exploring the caverns of Mount Gambier

written by Marc van der Poel
Steadily our pool of Deep Cavern divers is growing, so it’s time to cross to the Nullarbor and head for the Australian capital of cave diving.  When I asked: Who wants to come with me to Mt Gambier and learn to lay line in the caves, I nearly got trampled! […]

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Lee’s Update

Written by Lee Johnson
26 November 2011
Hey guys!
Summer is here! Well almost… but the weather is finally getting better.
We had a night dive at Rotto on Wednesday and the water was flat and not a breath of wind made the dive conditions perfect!
Cray season is officially open until the 30th of June and the word is […]

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Albany Dive Weekender Review

written by Nat Correia, photos by Marc Van der Poel
It is rather fortunate I’m relatively fond of tradition, but after seeing the Y generations take on “what goes on tour, stays on tour” turn to “what goes on tour, goes on Facebook – and you will be tagged” and not only would it be very […]

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Our dive holiday to Truk Lagoon

Perth Scuba dived the world’s BEST WRECKS at Truk Lagoon, Micronesia in July 2011. Read about all the fun that we had, written by Lee Johnson…

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Lee’s Update

It’s been a month or two since I last wrote an article for the newsletter so I though I’d better keep everyone updated in the Perth Scuba goings on…
ANDY GODDARD
For those of you who have been asking – Andy is going well in his new job as a Police officer. His training has been intense […]

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Perth Scuba’s Tek & Photography Store Opens!

A few words from Lee…
Perth Scuba has now officially opened the Tek & Photography store!
I would like to thank the many people involved in making it all happen. From when we opened the doors back in 2004, we had a vision of how Perth Scuba would be in the future. We have stuck to that […]

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Perth Scuba Grand Opening

It’s time to pull down the tarp!

Perth Scuba is excited to invite you to our Grand Opening of Perth Scuba Tek!
Friday 10th December @ 7pm
Have you been wondering what’s behind the blue curtain? Seen the wall come down but want to see why we put that gigantic hole in the wall? Well, it’s time for […]

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