This is the second in this three part series. The first part covered the diving at Punta Perdiz, near Playa Giron in the Bay of Pigs. Snorkelling at Punta Perdiz One of the nice things about a shore dive (see Cuban Honeymoon – Part 1: Diving the Bay of Pigs) is that your non-diving partner […]
I recently got married, and as is customary organised a dive trip honeymoon to relax in the aftermath. I will spare you the romance and the details of our visits to Havana and Trinidad (the city in Central Cuba, not the country) as you can find plenty about those places elsewhere (and if I do […]
The hopes and dreams of divers who come to explore the waters of Gozo and Comino are as varied as the many places in which to do so. With wrecks, bays, caverns and general topography there is something for all tastes. Even after over 13 years of diving here there is much left for me […]
We scuba dive only by virtue of technology. Diving equipment directly affects our comfort, efficiency and safety underwater and at the surface. And yet, despite our dependence upon it, we often overlook diving equipment’s importance, a case of not seeing the wood for the trees. Like most experienced divers I have owned and rented lots […]
Renowned underwater photographer Martin Edge gives his opinion on Mark Harris’ new book: “If you have ever considered adding a brand new dimension to your underwater photography a productive choice would be freediving. There are so many underwater photographic opportunities available within a zone that can be so inflexible using scuba. To my knowledge this […]
Thanks to Dave and Leo at Ocean Leisure for hosting this event and for helping the night go so well and to Alex Mustard for his opening address and support for the book. Click here for details about “Winning Images with Any Underwater Camera” by Paul Colley. Photos by Dave Coyle: dmgcoyle.co.uk.