Thanks to our 6 volunteers on the 18th of April, jointly with the Dahab Festival's conservation day, we did our first dive for debris dive in Bannerfish Bay, right in front of H2O Divers Dahab.
We also had a beach clean up support team that did a real big job of filling 3 whole bags of debris.
We loved organising this dive for debris to keep people aware that we all contribute to debris that end up in the sea, so once in a while just taking them out is not a big deal. And they all loved it too!
The big Shout Out for Sharks petition signing has been underway for a few days now from Tucker's Point Dive & Watersports, Bermuda. So far we've collected over 100 signatures. Thanks to all our friends who've been taking the sheets around Bermuda and thanks, also, to all of you you who've been signing on Facebook... keep them coming!!! More petition sheets are available at the counter in the coffee shop, please ask the staff in there, if are no more there.
The big Shout Out for Sharks petition signing has been underway for a few days now form Red Sea Relax dive centre. So far we've collected over 150 signatures. Thanks to all our friends who've been taking the sheets around Dahab and thanks, also, to all of you you who've been signing on Facebook... keep them coming!! More petition sheets are available at the RSR counter.
We live on a blue planet and water is at the heart of life on this planet so in honor of World Water Day 2012, Total Diving proudly reveals that we have joined 1% for the Planet (onepercentfortheplanet.org), pledging a portion of our sales to support ocean protection through Project AWARE Foundation.
Our Fin-a-thon was a huge success. Our fin-a-thoners ranged from 4 years old to 60. We had one swimmer who did the back stroke for nearly 3 hours covering nearly 2 miles in the water. Two other divers spent the full three hours on scuba on the bottom of the pool (basically watching the swimmers go by). Our mascot “Bruce” who greets everyone in our shop was the driving force behind the whole event :)
Students at Amnuay Silpa School, Bangkok, Thailand collected over 100 signatures for the Sharks in Peril Petition.
As part of Green club ran by www.kohtaoseals.com owner IDC Staff Instructor Joey Curbishley students created a stand to show their work and at the lunch hour spoke to all the staff and got their signature for Sharks in Peril.
Students also made a Big Shark Out poster that fellow students wrote messages about sharks and were given stickers to raise even further awareness.