scuba dive

Date: 
Apr. 18/14
Location: 
TIoman Island
Malaysia
2° 46' 2.9208" N, 104° 10' 20.5068" E

This AWARE project is planned in conjunction with my attempt to set a new Guinness World Records in the category of Longest Open Saltwater Scuba Dive.

It is a planned 2 days event with the 1st day of cleaning the beach along the village in the island and the 2nd day will be the underwater cleanup.

anyone interested in joining the event, please visit www.facebook.com/worldlongestscubadive for more details of the project or email me radzuanismail@gmail.com

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Date: 
May. 18/13
Location: 
Sea Experience Diving Schools
801 Seabreeze Blvd.
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33305
United States
24° 27' 47.3292" N, 78° 34' 27.1884" W

Join Sea Experience on Saturday May 18th for an awesome day of diving and conservation.  Following the afternoon "Dive Against Debris" and Lionfish Derby, we will have a contest for great prizes in categories such as "The Largest Object removed", "The Most Lionfish Collected" and many other fun categories!  There will be food and drinks available and the PADI

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Date: 
Aug. 03/12
Location: 
Turquoise Lake - Printer Boy Campground Leadville, CO
United States
39° 16' 12.6192" N, 106° 20' 51.4068" W

Turquoise Lake Campout with Underwater/Beach Clean Up and Treasure Hunt.

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Oct. 07/11

Last month, we kicked off the Debris Month of Action with a marine debris photo contest. We asked scuba divers and Dive Against Debris volunteers to photograph the weirdest and wildest trash they found underwater.

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May. 31/11

Calling all event leaders! Are you organizing a Dive Against Debris activity with your divers? Before you take the plunge with dive volunteers, be sure they sign and complete a customized liability release form.

May. 31/11

Gain publicity for your dive center, your volunteers and your fight against marine debris. Customize the Dive Against Debris press release, garner local press and gain support in your community.

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May. 31/11

Personalize the AWARE Dive Against Debris poster by adding your local event details. Display posters in your dive center or local community to recruit volunteers and show your support for a clean ocean.

Customizing the poster is easy, just follow these steps:

1.       Click to download the poster.

2.       Add your event details; Dive Center/Organizer Name Date; Location; Contact

3.       Print poster copies (up to 11” x 17” or A3 size paper)

May. 28/11

Well, 30 divers and snorkelers from OceanAdventures Dive Center in Kolding, Denmark can answer that question when last Saturday they cleaned the lake as part of a Project AWARE Dive Against Debris event.

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