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BSAC’s Underwater Litterpick 2013 continues



High Wycombe SAC had a high old time in a local waterway cleaning up for the BSAC Underwater Litterpick campaign.

A local stretch of water called the Dyke in Hollywell Mead was the location for a very productive clean-up day, with 20 divers and volunteers working to bring up 25 bin bags full of rubbish.

Amongst the more unusual of their impressive Underwater Litterpick haul was a safe, a bucket of solid concrete and two bath tubs.

High Wycombe is just one of more than 60 BSAC clubs who have organised and delivered clean ups as part of this year’s initiative.

The BSAC Underwater Litterpick 2013 runs until 31 October and a final 2013 report will be produced by the end of the year.

For each Underwater Litterpick dive completed, divers have been asked to complete and submit a survey form outlining what they have retrieved. This information will go towards the Marine Conservation Society’s research into marine pollution.

For more information on the BSAC Underwater Litterpick 2013, click here.


Roots Red Sea is the Travelers’ Choice



There is a remote spot on the coast of the Egyptian Eastern Desert that has been steadily developing an enviable reputation amongst the worlds diving community. It’s absolutely no surprise then that Roots Red Sea has just received TripAdvisors top award, Travelers Choice, the 10th year running it has been recognised with awards from TripAdvisor!

With a passing glance, many divers have dismissed a visit to this gem, its rustic appearance and remote location seemingly enough to deter further consideration. However, those that take a closer look have been rewarded with simply a totally unique experience with awesome diving, an unbelievable welcome and life long memories.

Winning an award once could be luck, every year for 10 years, there has to be a reason. Why not go to find out what it is?

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The BiG Scuba Podcast… with Nays Baghai



Gemma and Ian chat to Nays Baghai. Inspired by The Blue Planet as a child, Nays’ work as an underwater cinematographer and photographer has been showcased by numerous premier brands, including Rolex and Sony Alpha.  Nays was featured amongst the Top 30 finalists of the Australasian Top Emerging Photographers competition in the Portfolio and Animal categories. He is a PADI-certified Freediving Instructor and Master Scuba Diver, and can dive to 40m both with and without tanks.

Have a listen here:

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Find more podcast episodes and information at the new  website and on most social platforms @thebigscuba 

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