Monthly Archives: July 2013

Nautilus Lifeline small size, big safety – By Kel – stgeorgeunderwater.com.au

              Diving is dangerous. We know that, so we get training to ensure we have the right skills, we carry alternate air sources, dive with a buddy, and so on to improve safety. For … Continue reading

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The Nautilus Lifeline VHF – By Practical Sailor – Chandlery August 2013 Issue

During our recent test of man-overboard electronics (PS, May 2013)—alarms, beacons, and self-rescue devices—we came across a rescue communication product that’s been making waves in the diving community: the Nautilus Lifeline marine rescue radio. Being lost at sea is one … Continue reading

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Local dive instructor helps locate diver near Lake Worth Inlet – By Brittany Shammas, Sun Sentinel

Sandra Brammeier was about to take her diving boat in Monday afternoon when she heard the Coast Guard radioing about a diver who’d gone missing in the area. The local scuba instructor says she ditched her plans to go back, … Continue reading

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