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Dive is a part of the GUE promo series. This video highlights the intense depth, range and logistics GUE Divers face underwater on every project. Big teams and tons of clipped off gear, just another day for GUE Divers! Enjoy and share with other GUE divers. Be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel and stay tuned for more great videos. www.globalunderwaterexplorers.org
HELLO MY CRAZY CATS! My name is Redkat and I love fish. I am a little orange fluffball who loves to play games and share happiness whilst doing so. My videos are both Family Friendly and enjoyable. I hope we can have so much fun on our adventures together. Welcome to a video in which myself and a hippo friend, dive down deep to explore the depths of the Ocean, but what will we find? Keep Up With Me On Twitter - https://twitter.com/RedkatsGaming Subscribe If You Have Enjoyed This Video - https://www.youtube.com/c/RedkatsGaming Keep Up With Me On Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/redkatsgaming Watch My Last Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp2txmFUbRI Equipment - Gameplay - Elgato HD60 Game Capture Audio - Blue Snowball (Mic) Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound:...
Prepare is a part of the GUE promo series. This video highlights the massive amount of gear, equipment, tanks and support crew necessary to make GUE project dives a success. Enjoy and share with other GUE divers. Be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel and stay tuned for more great videos. www.globalunderwaterexplorers.org
Nekton, a charitable foundation whose mission is to explore and research the deep ocean, has launched a short video to highlight its partnership with a team of technical scuba divers from the non-profit organisation, Global Underwater Explorers. GUE’s contribution to Nekton’s summer mission in 2016 off the coast of Bermuda was instrumental in gathering biological samples and visual transects of the seabed at depths of up to 90 meters. This data is now being evaluated by Nekton’s scientists at its laboratory in Oxford, UK, and will be used to deliver the XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey, a pioneering multi-disciplinary marine research programme assessing the health and resilience of the deep ocean. For more information visit: Nekton: www.nektonmission.org Global Underwater Explorers: www....
What's it like to submarine dive a thousand feet underwater to an unexplored region of the Galápagos Islands? Marine conservationist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Jessica Cramp takes us on a journey to find out. #BestJobEver ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Get More Best Job Ever on Youtube: http://bit.ly/NGBestJobEver About Best Job Ever: Are you ready for some serious job envy? National Geographic explorers give you the first hand scoop on the best—and sometimes worst—parts of some seriously surprising professions. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's pr...
GUE’s Cave Diver Level 1 course is designed to prepare divers for the rigors of the underwater cave environment and to establish an appreciation of its subtle dangers. Among its other outcomes: introduce divers to the principles of cave diving and the skills and knowledge required for limited penetration into underwater caves; instill environmental awareness; cultivate proficiency in dive-planning; cultivate teamwork; promote an understanding of cave environments; and teach stress management, navigation, conservation, standard and emergency procedures, cave-diving techniques, and an appreciation of the hazards of cave diving.
The wreck of S/S Belliver stands upright on the sea bed at a bottom depth of about 34 m. Dive depth on the deck is about 27-30m. Belliver was locatedin 2009 during there search for the Soviet submarine S-2. The ship was built in 1903 in Middlesbrough , England. In 1911 S/S Belliver left finish Räfsö with a cargo of sawn timber. For an unknown reason the ship sank south of the “Märkets fyr” lighthouse. Considering the more than 100 years on the bottom the wreck hull is still relative intact. The wreck has probably been damaged during the mine clearance operations after the wars. During our last dive in summer 2015 we could see that the mid deck has partially collapsed. This has happed during the last year.
Maya participated, for the first time, in the Monterey Bay Aquarium's "Underwater Explorer" program where kids ages 8-13 suit up in drysuits and strap tanks to their backs to explore the great tidepool. She took to the water like an old pro!
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Black Sea Technical Diving is a team of 3 technical scuba divers. The explorers are discovering and exploring deep wreck in Black Sea. They have made a lot of underwater expeditions such as the the discovering of a few Soviet subamarines, the cargo ship Christina and many others. They have made an underwater mission on the Tolstoy wreck sanked in 2008. Also they sanked a ship in Black sea called Pioneer to become an artificial reef. More on them find on - www.divingbg.com
Taking a break from the Infidel clean up, LAUE-Ghostfishing Ocean cleanup team went down the Caissons in front of Long Beach - San Pedro USA. The large ferro-cement structure seats in 150ft/45m. The Caissons have plenty of old nets, as well as some recent ones. Many areas are covered with sealions bones. Second dive on the wreck "african Queen", in 90ft. The wreck is near the harbor channel, and close to fishing area. It does attract a lot of nets too. The more nets hanging around wrecks or any structures trapped marine life - ghostfishing.org All the nets collected will be recycled - econyl.com Video shot with Panasonic GH2, 7-14mm WA lens on Nauticam housing, with MangroveVC4L6 lights.
Recover is a part of the GUE promo series. This video highlights the deco and recovery process after some of the longest and deepest dives in history. Some deco stints can last hours on end. Divers have to be in top physical and mental condition to keep their cool underwater for these extended periods. GUE Divers train hard to reach these incredible results. Enjoy and share with other GUE divers. Be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel and stay tuned for more great videos. www.globalunderwaterexplorers.org