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2.26.2011

Decompression / stage / bailout cylinders

Divers coming to dive the Galapagos Islands and requiring stages, decompression or bailout cylinders can contact me for rental of either aluminium 11,5 lt / 80 Cft or 5,7lt / 40Cft cylinders. Cylinder rental can include either sidemount configuration or for regular d-ring mount. Manifolded double 80Cft aluminium and 80Cft aluminium pure oxygen serviced cylinders are also available. For rebreather usage we also have 2L and 3L steel cylinders with in line / APD style valves.



2.17.2011

News from the Galapagos Islands



I have spent some time now trying to figure out a domain for this blog. Keywords: Galapagos, Diving, Exploring, Underwater, Technical Diving are long and in many cases a mouthful. In fact, getting this in a domain is quite difficult with such a competitive on line category. 

My best guess was advancedgalapagosdiving.com

I have been away from blogging in the past month or so but the truth is simple: I ran out of content. For me, nothing worth blogging is probably better than posting crap; on the other hand, some exciting things are about to happen. Just to tease you all some cave diving is coming to town along with great equipment improvements in the rebreather and technical diver support. I will be posting on this soon.

2.01.2011

Dr. Sylvia A. Earle awarded the National Council for Science and the Environment Lifetime Achievement


On January 20, 2011 Dr. Sylvia A. Earle awarded the National Council for Science and the Environment Lifetime Achievement. The award was presented to her on the 11th National Conference on Science, Policy and Environment. The event took place in Washington, DC from January 19-21, 2011.

Another highlight proceeding Sylvia's life time achievement award, was the showing of this brand new film trailer about Sylvia and her wish to protect the ocean. The full feature is scheduled to come out this fall and features a lot of material filmed in the Galapagos Islands during mission blue, a meeting we all expect to be  the beginning of a new era for the world oceans. The documentary is a Mission Blue, Hope Spots Production  For the trailer click here