Exhibitors and partners can be assured that MIDE’s organizers, AsiaEvents Exsic, have put into motion a solid plan to deliver the same targeted results that their mid-year event consistently provides.Read More
The LBO international photo competition, now in its tenth year, keeps on getting bigger and bigger, having drawn entries from over 850 underwater photographers around the globe as well as sponsors providing US$25,000 in high-quality prizes.Read More
Josh told us the inspiration film took about an hour to film, and a much longer period to sort out and put away all the equipment that was used., Read More
Last week, our good colleague Stephan Wheelan wrote an excellent recap "The Day the Diving Stood Still" -,
Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.
— Winston Churchill
Coral reefs are largely found near coastlines, which means that they receive high levels of interaction from human populations. Globally, it’s estimated that around 500 million people depend on coral reefs to survive.Read More
Corals are essential to the balance of the planet, but today they are threatened with extinction. Thanks to restoration efforts as well as the construction of unique artificial reefs, dedicated to the rehabilitation of coral reefs in damaged area,
You can also follow the evolution of the restored coral reef your coral contributed to by signing up to the NGO’s newsletter on their website or by following them on social media.
It is standard operating practice for harbours to charge harbour dues and mooring fees. The monies raised are used to cover the cost of managing and looking after the infrastructure of the harbour.Read More
There will be a livestream through the Facebook pages of DuikeninBeeld, Duikvaker and DiveXperience, and on the event's website too.
The following presentations will be conducted in English:
The corals were rescued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and NOAA Fisheries after an outbreak of Stony Coral Tissue Loss disease commenced 2014.Read More
With a considerable portion of the human population in lockdown due to COVID-19, animals are making the most of this time; some are venturing into human communities out of curiosity and to forage, while others are taking the opportunity to copulatRead More