ARUBA WEATHER

ARUBA WEATHER

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Aruba is blessed with clear skies, bright sunshine (more sunny days than any other island!) and cooling trade winds practically every day of the year. Except for a few scattered weather events annually and some brief showers on some days (very welcomed by our tropical plants!), the sun does indeed always shine here! Wonderful Aruba […]

See us on Google See Inside the Virtual Tour!

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Take a Tour of Mermaid Dive Center Aruba on Google ‘See Inside’A close collaboration between our Marketing and 360bizmercado.com led to the first ever Google Business View of the Aruba islands. With this they, together with their clients, have literally put Aruba on the (Google Street View “See inside” Business) Google Maps. Google Street View […]

5 Diving Tips For Saving Air

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Diving Tips: Saving Air Do you breathe your tank down faster than your buddy? Here are 5 diving tips to help conserve your oxygen and extend your bottom time. 1. Fix the small leaks Even a tiny stream of bubbles from an O-ring or an inflator swivel adds up over 40 minutes, and may be […]

BEST DEAL ! Your first dive with Mermaid is FREE with any dive package!

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BEST DEAL ! Your first dive with Mermaid is FREE with any dive package! All our dive trips includes: Transportation from and to any High rise and Low rise Hotels, Cruise Terminal outside gate, Tanks, Weights, Mask & Snorkel, Fins, Boat Trips, Boat Captain, PADI Dive Master/Instructor Leader, Fresh water Ice coolers drinking water, Cups, […]

Streetview on the Great Barrier Reef

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Streetview on the Great Barrier Reef   Published on May 23, 2014 Click to Find me on the Reef! http://bit.ly/FindDestinShare via Twitter: http://bit.ly/TwtReef FB: http://bit.ly/FBReefLook at the Data http://globalreefrecord.org/mapsOfficial Comment Thread: http://bit.ly/1m39Zh9Find me? Tweet me & Catlin SeaView or download music here ⇊⇊facebook.com/CatlinSeaviewSurveytwitter.com/SeaviewSurveyplus.google.com/+CatlinSeaviewSurvey/posts Coral Net was developed by a collaboration between the UCSD computer vision […]

Ocean Health: How Scientists Measure It

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We’ve sign signs as scuba divers — coral bleaching, marine mammals dying due to ingested plastic, outbreaks of nonendemic species. Most studies concentrate on one problem, in one specific area, such as evaluating the impact of invasive lionfish — Pterois volitans and Pterois miles — in the waters of a particular island, such as Little […]

Photographing Sharks: A Revolutionary Way Of Lighting Sharks Underwater

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The art world is abuzz over Michael Muller right now — as well it should be. The Hollywood photographer debuted his book, Sharks, Face-to-Face with the Ocean’s Endangered Predator. Published by Taschen, the book’s glossy pages are filled with innovative shots of sharks bathed in studio lights — Muller’s iconic photographic style. Most underwater shooters […]

Meet Cave Diver And Scuba Diving Sea Hero Brian Kakuk

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Oris Watches USA sponsors our Sea Hero program, in which we celebrate divers working to save our seas through action-oriented ­education, conservation, exploration or ­innovation. Nominate a Sea Hero A diver gazes at the “roses” in the Glass Factory section of Ralph’s Cave on Abaco.   Occupation: Co-owner, Bahamas Underground Cave Diving Facility Years Diving: […]