Author Archives: Ashley Son

Proud to be a sponsor of “under the pole expedition”

  To watch the video: http://www.underthepole.com/utp2/videos/webserie-episode-0/

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Testimonial from John de Pinna,North Shore Projects, South Africa

Hi I spend a large amounts of time playing on jet skis in heavy surf but still require a radio to launch, beach and emergency. I enjoy rough heavy seas and normally break about five or six radios a year. … Continue reading

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Nautilus LifeLine- Marine Rescue Radio With GPS

SCUBALAB (Scubadiving.com -March/ April, 2014 – P.68)This GPS-equipped marine VHF radio is more than a cool toy– the Nautilus Lifeline could save your life. The company designed it based on a simple premise: Calling for help at sea should be … Continue reading

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Nautilus LifeLine Ltd. is proud to sponsor SUDS (Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba)

Nautilus LifeLine Ltd. is proud to sponsor SUDS (Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba) who held a special fundraising event this past weekend in Florida. SUDS Diving Mission: “Soldiers Undertaking Disabled Scuba (SUDS) is designed to help improve the lives of injured … Continue reading

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Human remains with possible shark bites could be missing diver, WA police say

Police believe a diver missing off the coast south of Perth may have been killed by a shark, after human remains were discovered with possible shark bites. Michael McGregor, 38, failed to resurface after diving with two friends several kilometres … Continue reading

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Police search for diver who failed to resurface near Mandurah

POLICE will resume a search at first light for a diver who went missing off the Mandurah coast on Saturday. A Fremantle Water Police spokesman said concerns were growing for the welfare of the 38-year-old Peel man who failed to … Continue reading

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Safety first — and always improving.

Steve Maday and Peter examine their Nautilus LIfeLines – standard issue (no charge unless lost) for all diving guests. The combination of radio and GPS is part of our multiple redundant safety systems for diving the Galapagos Islands. Each diver … Continue reading

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New MMSI Information from Australia!

We are pleased to advise that AMSA recently held a meeting with ACMA to discuss the Diver Handheld VHF DSC transceivers and the requirement to provide a MROVCP. It was agreed there is no requirement in Australia to provide a MROVCP … Continue reading

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The Best Life-Saving Gear – Nautilus Lifeline Featured in Sport Diver Feb. eNewsletter

NAUTILUS LIFELINE (Slide 6 of 10) Surface-signaling devices are considered a must-have safety item for many divers, and the Nautilus Lifeline takes that concept to a new, ingenious level. A combination GPS receiver and VHF marine radio, it gives divers the … Continue reading

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Kamloops couple survives as dive tour boat sinks within seconds off Mexico

Breaking News Photograph by: Vancouver Sun , KAMLOOPS – A Kamloops couple believe they were seconds from death during a scuba diving expedition in Mexico. Diane Barry and her husband, Tim, were on a one-day diving excursion off the coast of … Continue reading

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