To celebrate World Water Day 2015, we will be organizing a Beach cleanup in collaboration with Panga Chumvi Resort and with the help of ZANREC, an innovative waste management company on Zanzibar Island. The event will start at 10am , as the tide will start going out, so plenty of time to pick up the maximum of trash!
SinoScuba is on a mission to clean up the site they used most in 2014, Ma Pao Quan, aka “The Well,” in Fangshan, about an hour and fifteen minutes south of central Beijing. Join them and show your concern for clean dive sites in Beijing!
Join us on Valentines Day to show our love for the water. We will be conducting and underwater cleanup at Mosquito Pier and Rompeolas. Black Beard Sports will be providing equipment rental for free to all certified divers and other volunteers on a first come- first serve basis. Bring your whole family. Even if you don't dive snorkelers can help clean the shallow areas and volunteers can help with surface support as well. Please contact us for more information. See you there!
DIVE ARMY, thanks to Rainbow Reef Dive Center will be doing an AWARE Dive Against Debris on Molasses Reef in Key Largo, Florida on Monday February 2, 2015 at 12:00. We will be diving in two locations to help keep our reefs clean. We will dive Molasses Deep and also the space between Sand Island and North Star. These two sites have been selected because of their potential to be ignored.
Situated off the coast of Padang, West Sumatra is the little island of Sinjaru - completely ringed by a white sandy shoreline. Beneath the surface are coral-encrusted sea walls and a fringing reef that serves as home to myriad fish and other marine flora/fauna, both resident and pelagic. Also calling this little piece of island paradise home are a handful of hawksbill turtles that feed and frolic along the reef system just off the shore.
Ras ElKhaima, Marjan Island, DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa
DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island
United Arab Emirates
25° 41' 20.2884" N, 55° 44' 18.4164" E
I am very proud to lead amazing group of 10 divers to dive against debris within Global Week of Service organized in DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa in cooperation with PADI Regional Manager Teo Brambilla.
Join Langley Diving on Saturday September 20 at White Pine Beach for what we hope will be the largest Underwater Clean-up we have ever done, and that BC has ever seen. We want 100 divers and shore support making an impact by cleaning up Sasamat Lake like never before.
Lunch is free (Les is paying), but you will be asked to make a donation to Project AWARE. Gear rentals are on a first come first served basis and they are free too (yup, with a donation to Project AWARE)!