- published: 03 Dec 2012
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Video of our editor Joe, on Bloody Bay Wall offshore of LIttle Cayman. He is teaching another diver the secret to petting a large grouper. This encounter, as well as two others, earned him the temporary title of "Grouper Whisperer". Video shot by Ellen Dinwiddie Smith.
Dive Zero Video Magazine is the worlds first high definition scuba diving video magazine. Check out this trailer to get a better idea on the layout of each issue. The videos are on the "coolness" of scuba diving that the normal public just hasn't seen yet, and there is also an extreme sports montage included to mix it up. Issue #1 DVD is one hour long, but it also includes " 2 months of the best underwater footage in Grand Cayman", Bonus section, and a lot more. AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE - SEPT 15/2006 ON WWW.DIVEZERO.COM ONLINE STORE. CHECK OUT THE DEALS FOR THE FIRST 100 PURCHASES.
Scuba diving at the world renowned Blue Heron Bridge, also known as Phil Foster Park, is something every diver who visits West Palm Beach, Florida should experience. The Blue Heron Bridge was chosen in 2013 as the best dive site in the world by PADI’s Sport Diver magazine for good reasons… Its diversity of marine life and its easy accessibility are just two of the many important traits of this terrific dive site. When you dive Blue Heron Bridge you encounter numerous sea creatures that are a rarity to find throughout the world. Seahorses and pipefish in all sizes and colors make the top of the list at this amazing dive site. Octopus, including the Atlantic long arm (aka. mimic octopus), can be found while diving here. Add to the list the odd marine life such as sea robins, flying gurnards...
Scuba Club Cozumel has been serving divers for more than 25 years with an unrivaled dedication to safety and personalized diving experiences. Located on the island of Cozumel in Mexico's Caribbean Sea, the PADI Five Star International Training Center provides diving services for Scuba Club Cozumel Dive Resort. Watch the video for three reasons to dive with Scuba Club Cozumel.
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