Monthly Archives: April 2013
Proud sponsor of Catalina Chamber Day 25! Come on over to Catalina Island on Wednesday, May 1st and buy a LifeLine to support the Chamber.
The chamber on Catalina Island is the only hyperbaric facility in southern California dedicated solely to the treatment of diving accidents on a 24/7/365 basis. Although we all hope we will never need it, this facility is a fantastic resource … Continue reading
Thank you guys! You just saved my life. $299.99 was the most important investment I ever made! How small can the price of my life be? Here is my story. I think I am the first buyer who used the … Continue reading
Also check out their website www.cassiopeiasafari.com for more info on their beautiful diving adventures.
In February this year a dive operator in South Africa launched on a seemingly normal day to do a baited shark dive. The conditions were windy, the sea unsettled. Nothing unusual for the local conditions. When the divers arrived on … Continue reading
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This week on the Nautilus Swell, Captain Dave had a great response to the Nautilus Lifeline and rented out lots of lifelines to guests throughout the trip. Some guests had brought their own with them, and three people bought brand … Continue reading
Captain Mike and the folks behind the Nautilus LifeLine are thrilled to be equipping all the 420 racing dinghies in this years U.S. National championship with Nautilus LifeLines. In the unlikely event of a problem with one of the boats … Continue reading
April 08, 2013 07:02 EDT KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) — Miami-Dade police are searching for a diver who was reported missing during a diving trip off Key Biscayne. Investigators say a group of friends left of a diving trip Sunday. … Continue reading
Report just in. 4 divers saved from one heck of a long time in the water 1000’s of kilometres from New Zealand.
Mike, we just had an “incident” here where 4 divers were saved from almost certain death—-well at a minimum of one hell of a long time in the water in a very remote location 1000’s of Ks from New Zealand. … Continue reading