November 1st, 2010
Here’s a short wrap-up of notable scuba stories from October 2010.
Scalloped hammerhead sharks at Darwin, Galapagos by echeng
A new device to assist non-divers in experiencing the magic of scuba, the HydroBOB, will be on the market soon. To start, it is available for tourists to rent in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The new gadget does have some detractors.
In the Philippines, a scuba diver was dragged 300 feet below the surface by a giant tuna. The victim was rescued and placed in a recompression chamber as treatment.
UF Florida scuba divers celebrated Halloween with an underwater pumpkin carving contest.
Scuba.com posted a video review of the new Deep See Clarity Mask.
A scuba diver left at sea for more than four hours by a California operator was awarded over $1.5 million in damages.
DUI introduced a new line of four limited edition dry suits, including a skull-themed suit.
A scuba diver in Maine came face-to-face with a shark. The incident was captured on video.