dive.site - Interactive dive site map and online logbook
dive.site is an interactive map for divers, with the best dive spots worldwide. share your diving experiences & keep track of your dives online! dive.site is an interactive map for divers, with the best dive spots worldwide. share your diving experiences & keep track of your dives online!
dive site’s certification programs utilize a dynamic independent home-study system with regularly or individually scheduled academic review and pool sessions. this allows you to learn when you are ready to learn and makes the in-class review sessions much more effective and fun.
the silfra rift is one of the greatest dive sites on this planet. you are diving in the clearest water of the world (visibility 100m+) in a crack between the american and the eurasian continents. silfra has been rated a world top 5 dive site by many of the most respected dive magazines worldwide. get detailed information on silfra
DiveSites - The Open Divesite Database for Scuba Divers
you can contribute to divesites' open database by logging into divesites with facebook. once you do so, you will be granted the ability to edit dive site locations (to correct errors, or add more information) and also to add new dive site locations.
Directions to the Chattahoochee River-Phenix City, AL
directions to chattahoochee river dive site: directions to dive site. use the maps below to help locate the chattahoochee river dive site. if you have any questions please give us a call. chattahoochee river bibb pond dive site lat: 32 [email protected] gi bill
expect to see majestic manta, eagle and sting rays that frequently visit this dive site, as well as weirdly wonderful sea slugs that you’ll find deeper down in the reef. easily one of the most beautiful and spectacular dive spots of whale island, ho trau nam can’t be missed while diving in vietnam.
in 2019, we are taking a stronger stand against debris in the ocean to increase participation in dive against debris and, as a result, reach our next million pieces of debris reported by the end of 2020.. we need all divers to put their scuba skills to good use and make #everydiveasurveydive.only divers have the skills required to collect this data which is essential if we are going to find