Action Highlights

As September rolls back around so does our annual clean up of Petone Wharf and the surrounds.
This year our newest Dive Master Zac was in charge of organising the event as part of his Diploma Program. So armed with gear lists, report forms, sign up sheets and a truck load of gear we headed down to the wharf.

We couldn't have asked for better weather, sun shine and light northerlies. Visibility was never going to be great and not a problem at this site.

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The Simply Diving crew and a team of volunteers tackled one of their favourite dive sites in Gibraltar.

Making 18 divers in total, the group were in the historic Rosia Bay on Saturday as part of their annual Clean Up operation.

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We had 19 volunteers, 7 Scuba Divers, 3 snorkelers, 2 kayakers and the rest were land support. Together we removed a ot of debris and in particular we removed 145lbs of nets!

Debris brought to transfer station includes two tires totaling 26 K or 57 pounds.

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Miserable, rainy conditions could not dampen the spirits of over 80 Divers, Scouts and their families on Sunday September 22 as they attacked Sasamat Lake for Project AWARE.  For the fourth year in a row Langley Diving focused their biggest annual event on this urban lake in Port Moody BC.

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A big mahalo goes out to the 40+ volunteers that spent the day removing debris from the beach and ocean!!  The event was a phenomenal success with food, prizes for each participant & a great deal of debris removed.   

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Beach Clean up

Last Friday our staff, students and friends all pitched in to collect rubbish from the beach and sort it into various recycling bags. Lots and lots of plastics and other debris was removed from the beach.

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We had another successful underwater cleanup on Saturday September the 21st.  Eleven divers cleaned up different parts of Little Pond in Morton Park, Plymouth MA where we have conducted underwater cleanups at for many years.  Each year the pond looks better and this year we were happy to see groups of small fish in different parts of the pond that we haven't seen before!

Many Thanks to all the volunteers that made a differece this weekend!

 

 

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Clean-up event held at Gnejna Bay as part of international ‘Dive Against Debris’ initiative: 600Kg recovered from the seabed

 

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Over 1,6 tons of garbage was picked from the beach. The elementary school picked over 200 kg alone. The winner of the day was Sea Quest with 390 kg of garbage. Thanks to all 116 pepole plus all the resorts who made this possible.

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The world that we can save.

Да мы можем сохранить подводный мир. И это много зависит от нас. Если вы призадумаетесь хоть на секунду, в мире есть еще не тронутые человеком места, но с каждым годом таких местстановится все меньше и меньше. Вопрос ПОЧЕМУ? А ответ очень простой, там где появляется человек, всегда появляется много мусора, который загрезняет и губит прекрасный мир. Наша цель спасти этот мир. Давайте делать это вместе

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