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Red Sea Wrecks & Wonders

Without a doubt, the Red Sea is one of the most diverse places for divers anywhere in the world. The south of the sea offers spectacular reef and wall dives with close encounters to large aquamarine life including sharks and manta’s, while the north red sea offers countless shipwrecks of all kinds with the possibility of dolphin encounters. The intrepid community [...] Continue Reading...
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Britain, Boats & Brighton

Many divers say that if you can dive in the UK then you can dive almost anywhere. Well last weekend I witnessed first hand that this is true. Waterfront Scuba lead a group of our intrepid divers out to the coast of Brighton where they sailed off shore for one of many trips planned this year. Among the group were divers with several years of experience, seasoned UK [...] Continue Reading...
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Rec2Tec: Diving with Twinsets

For many divers, even the thought of technical diving makes them nervous. Even some tech divers often get a bit anxious when depths below 40m are mentioned. This anxiety isn’t a bad thing – it shows the divers strong respect for the water and the depths, as well as the potential hazards it poses. But that’s not to say they don’t enjoy it. For most tech [...] Continue Reading...
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The Wondrous World of Maltese Diving

As divers we all search far and wide for our next diving trip; some set their sights on somewhere exotic like Truk Lagoon, while others choose somewhere more adventurous like Iceland. Here at Waterfront Scuba, our latest trip took place at one of our favorite destinations – Malta.   [caption id="attachment_2025" align="alignright" width="300"] Aaron, [...] Continue Reading...
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Be a Good Buddy

The ‘Buddy’ System in scuba diving is key to making sure that both you and your diving partner enjoy the dive and stay safe during it, yet a lot of people aren’t really aware of what it means to be a good buddy.   Most divers assume that being a good buddy means being free when a friend wants to go diving and checking they’re ok once in a while [...] Continue Reading...
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Waterfront Update 18.02.15

As always our Wednesday night pool sessions see some spectacular companionship both in and out of the water, and last night was no exception. Luke & Glenn are doing our club proud demonstrating their perfected skills in the pool; not long until your open water dives in Malta! Keep up the good work boys and you will become incredible divers. We would like to [...] Continue Reading...
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Waterfront Pool Session Update 11.02.2015

The Waterfront Community is now in full swing as the new season approaches, it's really good to see so many member gearing up for their diving ventures ahead. Last night saw in lots more progress and success to all those present! Special mentions must go out to Andreea who has successfully completed her Dive master final exam - well done! Our open water students [...] Continue Reading...
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Top Tips for Safer Diving

Any time you jump into the open water, whether its a fresh water lake in the UK or tropical seas abroad, you know you're taking a risk. Well all sensible divers aspire to minimise the risks involved when entering the depths of the sub-aqua world and we at Waterfront Scuba have compiled our best suggestions to stay safe during your adventures.   1. Keep up [...] Continue Reading...
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Waterfront Pool Session Update 04.02.2015

[caption id="attachment_1980" align="alignright" width="220"] Club Owner, Andy Abery, taking to the water - a novelty![/caption]   Last night was witness to the community of Waterfront Scuba at its finest. As usual, the café became home to our social lounge with the tea's and coffee's flowing thanks to Fred and Chrissie, while the pool buzzed with [...] Continue Reading...
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EFR and You: The importance of proper training

As everyone is aware, Diving is a dangerous hobby. Although you have received first class training from our specialist dive instructors, no amount of class work or practice can truly prepare you for the unexpected - and when the unexpected does happen, how would you react? This is where Emergency First Response is prime. Should the unthinkable happen to your buddy [...] Continue Reading...
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Oceanic Zeo Regulator: Worth the Cost? – Waterfront Write Up

The Oceanic Zeo - New to the market with big promises and a big price tag to match. Is it worth the cost? Our expert team at Waterfront Scuba give you the low down when Aaron took to the pool with his very own brand new Zeo set up.   From the very first test breath I took in the shop through one of these regs, I had fallen in love. Everything about the [...] Continue Reading...
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Waterfront Pool session update 28.01.15

Yet another exciting pool session passed last night with Waterfront Scuba and its members. Many familiar faces came and talked the night away as well as a lot of new faces and members. Gary and Claire both took to the pool for the first time in over ten years and resurfaced an hour later with smiles all round! Not only did their faces say it all but [...] Continue Reading...
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