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DiveAdvisor, a new website where divers can log their dives digitally and share their information with other divers, just launched their new blog called Sub2o. I've been invited to write for them.

Posted on Apr 24, 2013

The new blog already has about 20 posts on topics ranging from places, animals, underwater photography, skills and gear - and more posts are being added constantly.

I'll soon be blogging!

A group of capable bloggers has been invited to fill the site with interesting diving stories of all kinds, and recently I was invited to contribute as well.

» Click here to visit the Sub2o blog

I haven't posted anything yet, but I'm working on several stories simultaniously and the first post should hit your screen pretty soon - it's going to be about the blue ocean:

Follow the Sub2o blog and soon you can learn more about the blue ocean - why it is blue, for instance.

To stay tuned, follow the Sub2o blog on Facebook and you will recieve a notification when a new post has been added.

Send me your suggestions!

If you have any topics that you would like to read about, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me. I need plenty to write about and I'm open for ideas!

Although I can't promise I'll be able to write about absolutely anything, I'll definitely try my best to realize any suggestions I might recieve.

» Click here to get in touch with me

Stuart Rhys Jones of Tec Deep Blue shot this image of me while on the safety stop after diving the wreck of the Blenheim Bomber off the coast of Malta - in pristine, blue water.

Get an invitation to DiveAdvisor

I am very happy to be a part of this launch, and hope DiveAdvisor become what the creators are aiming for - a communication tool that will benefit divers and the dive industry.

The website will provide the ability for divers to log dives digitally and share the wealth of knowledge that is kept in each log with the rest of the world.

DiveAdvisor itself is not launched yet, but they invite everyone to claim their username and get the official invite for when they launch.

» Click here to visit

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