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Scuba Diving Tahiti Guide #scuba #tahiti


Scuba Diving Tahiti Guide #scuba #tahiti

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Saul
Saul
7 months ago

Please try Marsa Alam & Dahab in the Red Sea

mathieu Schohn
mathieu Schohn
7 months ago

after Tahiti, try other Societe Island for visit (Morea, Bora Bora…). if you want magnific dives, go to Tuamotu Island. the best is Fakarava, but Rangiroa and Tikehau are very beautiful too.

Lee McDermott
Lee McDermott
7 months ago

Ps I am available for divetrips to assist Scuba Diver Magazine in creating travel videos 😊

Lee McDermott
Lee McDermott
7 months ago

What’s the best way to get there?

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Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Lee McDermott
7 months ago

Airplane, it’s a long way to swim.

It depends where you’re starting, you should find flights from LA, San Fran, Tokyo, Etc.

Cale Queen
Cale Queen
6 months ago

#askmark. I am thinking about buying a steel tank but can’t get a good answer on why I should or shouldn’t get a hot dip tank. What’s the difference beyond cost?

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Scuba Diver Magazine
Reply to  Cale Queen
6 months ago

They’re not very popular here in the UK, I don’t think I’ve ever used or seen one here.

The main point of hot-dipping is to coat the outer surface of the steel cylinder with a zinc shell to prevent corrosion. It’s a more robust and more expensive version of painting cylinders.

It can still be scratched and lead to rust forming. But rust that leads to a cylinder failing a test usually comes from the inside not the outside. As long as you look after a painted cylinder it can last for years and years

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