Month: May 2016

[NEWS] Movie about Jacques Cousteau to be released in October 2016

Which scuba diver doesn't know the father of modern scuba diving? I know I'm not the only one who was dreaming of underwater adventures during my childhood in the 90's while watching incredible documentaries of the Commander Cousteau. Not only he was the first to won the Cannes Film Festival with a documentary movie, The Silent World, but he ...

[PHOTO ESSAY] Loch diving in Scotland

We are very lucky in Scotland. Thanks to its rugged geography and mild weather (please understand not warm in the summer but never too cold in the winter), we can dive all year round in the sea lochs (similar to the Norwegian Fjords) when the weather is too rough to dive in open seas. Last February ...

How I became a Citizen Scientist with “Capturing our Coast” in Scotland

It all started with a post from Bangor University, Wales, shared by a friend on Facebook. The post was saying “WANTED: budding scientists to capture our coast. If you have a passion for the UK’s coastline, you are invited to help make history by being part of the largest coastal marine citizen science project ever ...