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1. Choosing a Guided Fishing Charter in Tampa Bay
June 14, 2018

Fishing is not a boring pastime passed down from generations. Many fishers find areas, such as off the gulf coast in Florida, to fish competitively. People compete to find the biggest fish they can, and some can be almost as tall as the person holding them! Especially when traveling, it can be difficult to locate the best spot to catch big and numerous fish. Hiring a guide can often be a fantastic help when fishing in a new place for the first time, or even when returning to a favorite fishing spot. A professional fisher who knows the area can always help to identify the most successful p... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

2. 3 Off-the-Beaten-Track European Gems
June 14, 2018

For would-be explorers, living in the contemporary world can be a bit of a drag. Apart from outer space and the bottom of the ocean, just about everything has already been discovered. It may seem as though there’s nothing new to find unless you want to invest in deep-sea diving gear or a spacesuit. But what about the treasures that have been forgotten, tucked away from the public eye as tourists trample each other to get a glimpse of Mona Lisa or the Berlin Wall? Modern day Magellans looking to go where no man has gone before should consider European gems that take them off the beaten tr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Falmouth Jamaica Excursions and Tours
March 16, 2018

Falmouth Jamaica is the home of the newest port on the island; in 2011, the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines partnered with the Government of Jamaica to erect a modern port. The port is located on the northern coast of Jamaica and is deep enough to accommodate the world’s biggest cruise ship, Harmony of the Sea. This port was originally a commercial port in the 1800; it played an important role in trans-Atlantic slave trade and was the departure point for tons of sugar and many barrels of rum leaving the shores for Europe. Today the port is used for a much more noble operation; here,... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

4. Women's spring suit wetsuit allows easy movement in deep waters
September 25, 2017

Do you feel the constant need of feeding your inner nomad? Can you not stay in one place for a long time? If you have an adventurous streak within you, and love treading new paths in unknown destinations, you must feel compelled to take at least three trips a year. If you are an avid sea lover or live right off the shore, you shall have a knack for sea sports. Ocean waters are more addictive than any narcotics, and it seems to attract people from across the globe. If you are sea lover and love to enjoy spending time on the beach or indulging in various water sports, make sure to invest in prop... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

5. Make the Most of Your Deep Sea Fishing Experience
February 20, 2017

Deep sea fishing allows you to catch a wide assortment of fish. However, there is a lot more involved when you fish out on the open sea verses on the shores of a lake. If it is your first time heading out for a deep sea fishing experience, there are many benefits to going out with an experienced fisher. Cape Canaveral charter fishing can help you make the most of your time out on the ocean. No Supplies Needed Cape Canaveral charter fishing boats will provide you all of the needed supplies for a successful trip. For a first timer, there can be a lot of supplies that are necessary but... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

6. Answering the Call of the Sea
February 19, 2017

Not many vacation or weekend activities can offer the same feeling you get when you take a boat out on the saltwater to test your luck against the denizens of the deep. Fishing charters in Cape Canaveral are often the highlight of a trip to the Space Coast, and provide a welcome change of pace from trekking around beautiful wilderness areas or visiting historical sites. Relaxation The main attraction of a fishing expedition is the combination of relaxation and excitement it can provide. Being out and surrounded on all sides by the peaceful surf while enjoying refreshments is a truly ... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

7. S. China Sea Dispute Hangs on Philippine Leadership of ASEAN
December 14, 2016

A bloc of 10 Southeast Asian nations has a chance to open tough discussions next year on how to handle China’s contested expansion in the South China Sea as the Philippines, one of Beijing’s chief maritime rivals, becomes the organization’s chair with authority to set its 2017 agenda. President Rodrigo Duterte, who will chair ASEAN for the Philippines, runs a country that got into spats so deep with China since 2012 that his predecessor took Beijing to a world court tribunal and got a...... (read more)

8. Top London Wedding Photographer Iain Gomes talks about Wedding Photography
December 05, 2016

Its 12 noon on an early November morning as Top London Wedding Photographer Iain Gomes, greets me with his trademark infectious smile and friendly persona. Impeccably dressed as always, Iain takes in a deep breath of the fresh sea air as he settles into his chair and surveys the majestic view of the French Riviera before us. The setting could not be more apt. The glamorous yachts perched upon the vibrant blue shores of the Mediterranean in this celebrity galore town of Cannes sets the tone for our conversation this morning – Destination Wedding Photography and the growing trends of Destin... (read more)

Author: John Doe

9. 'Jacuzzi of Despair’ Found in Gulf of Mexico
November 02, 2016

A “jacuzzi of despair” has been discovered deep in the Gulf of Mexico. The jacuzzi is actually a salty lake, complete with a coastline that was spotted by the U.S. research ship E/V Nautilus. The water in the late is extremely saline and has little to no oxygen, meaning any sea creature who stumbles in likely will die. That’s the despair part, but the pool also is warmer than the water around it, leading to the jacuzzi label. The pool is actually quite small, measuring about...... (read more)

10. Underwater Drone to be Used in Search for Missing Flight MH370
October 19, 2016

Australia says an underwater drone will be used in the continuing deep sea search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Australia’s Transportation Safety Bureau said Wednesday it will fit one of the ships involved in the deep-sea sonar search with a special drone that will be used to investigate several pieces of debris identified in previous explorations as having some “man-made properties.” "The ROV (remotely operated vehicle) will be tasked to reacquire and investigate,...... (read more)

11. Why Mega Diving with IMD at this Island Resort in November Doesn't Require a Wetsuit
September 30, 2016

SINGAPORE – September 28, 2016 – There’s a deep dive taking place where participants don’t get wet. In fact, they don’t even get in the sea. Rather, they submerge themselves in a kind of business knowledge that, much like underwater diving, promises new discovery while requiring some decompression of old ideas and ongoing challenges. IMD business school announces a unique Mega Dive experience( to culminate its 2016 Orchestrating Winning Performance (OWP) program in Singapore. Happening at Capella, a luxurious resort on Singapore’s Sentosa Island... (read more)

Author: KJ Newswire

12. AP Exclusive: Deep-sea Volcano a Hotspot for Mysterious Life
September 16, 2016

The turquoise waters became darker and darker, and squiggly glow-in-dark marine creatures began to glide past in the inky depths like ghosts. The three-man submarine went down, down, down into the abyss and drew within sight of something no human had ever laid eyes on: Cook seamount, a 13,000-foot extinct volcano at the bottom of the sea. Scientists aboard the vessel Pisces V visited the volcano earlier this month to examine its geological features and its rich variety of marine life,...... (read more)

13. Gifts for the Man Who Has Everything
August 30, 2016

Finding a gift for the man in your life is no simple task. Ask him what he wants and you’re likely to hear “socks and underwear.” Ask his friends what he wants, and the response will likely be more honest--something like a Tesla sports car or a $10 million trip on the Virgin Oceanic—but just as unreasonable. So what do you get the man who has everything he can afford? From one of the best tobacco pipes in Westminster, Colorado, to a deep sea fishing excursion, here are a few affordable suggestions for the man with luxurious tastes. Day Trip There’s something exh... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

14. 3 Ideas for a Fun Family Reunion
August 11, 2016

Family reunions get a bad rap for being tedious affairs filled with forced family interactions and awkward moments. But that doesn't have to be the case. Family reunions can be fun, exciting events that everyone can enjoy. Here are 3 ideas that you can try out for your next family reunion, and all of them are sure to be more fun than another 3-legged race. Fishing Trip If your family loves to be out on the sea, look into Cape Canaveral charter fishing trips. You can rent a boat just for your family and take everyone out for a day of deep sea fishing. Everyone--from the youngest child to your... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

15. Deep Sea Abyss, New Mining Frontier, Harbors Unexpected Life
August 03, 2016

The ocean is one of the last frontiers on Earth. But the world's ever-growing need for minerals and metals is pushing humans to boldly go where no human has gone before and they’re finding new life in the process. Scientists at the University of Hawaii at Manoa studied a 900 square kilometer region in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ) in the Pacific Ocean. Their mission: to seek out new life and new marine civilizations. They published the results of their first deep sea dive in the latest issue of Nature Scientific Reports. Into the abyss ... (read more)

16. Reel Ready: How to Catch a Redfish
August 01, 2016

Redfish are a deep sea breed popular to fishing charters off Cape Canaveral and throughout the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. For a time, redfish were a protected species because of overfishing and people weren’t allowed to seek them out, but now their populations are up and stable now. Whether you’re an experienced wrangler or a novice, these big softies are blubbering around out in the big blue just ready for the taking. The only question is… how do you catch one? Going After Redfish Any good fisherman knows you have to go looking for trouble to find it. That app... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

17. Strange Purple Orb Spotted in Deep Waters off California
July 27, 2016

Deep-sea researchers aboard the Nautilus have found a strange creature lurking in the waters off the Channel Islands near California. "This unidentified purple orb stumped our scientists onboard,” according to the Nautilus website. “After sampling, it began to unfold to reveal two distinct lobes. This could possibly be a new species of nudibranch." Nudibranchs, sometimes called sea slugs, can be quite colorful. Some look like slugs, while others look almost spiny. The “purple blob,” as the scientists on the research vessel Nautilus called it, remai... (read more)

18. Dozens of Whales Stranded in Indonesia's Java Island, 10 Die
June 16, 2016

PROBOLINGGO, INDONESIA — More than 30 whales were stranded on a beach on Indonesia's main island of Java and 10 of them have died, an official said Thursday.   A mass rescue operation managed to pull most of the stranded whales into the deep sea, said Wahid Noor Azis, head of the local Fishery and Maritime management.   Wahid said the whales began stranding themselves during high tide Wednesday on the coast of Pesisir village in Probolinggo district in the province of East Java.   The whales, numbering about 32 to 35, are likely short-finned pilot whales, which live... (read more)

19. China Plans Long-term Underwater Lab
June 10, 2016

China is planning to build a deep sea lab to look for minerals under the sea bed. According to a proposal presented by the Chinese Science Ministry, the lab will be placed about 3,000 meters deep and provide long-time living and working space for scientists looking for sources of oil, natural gas and valuable minerals. The idea was included in the current five-year economic plan but Bloomberg news reports that after a recent review, authorities moved it to second place on the government's list of 100 science and technology priorities. China has not disclosed the possible locati... (read more)

20. Minivan Sized Sponge Discovered Off Hawaii
May 27, 2016

Underwater researchers say they’ve found an ocean sponge the size of a minivan deep waters off the coast of Hawaii in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. The sponge, which researchers say is the largest ever recorded, was discovered in 2015 by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s research vessel, the Okeanos Explorer and was recently described in the journal Marine Biodiversity. Its size researchers say also suggests it is very, very old. No one knows how long sponges can live, but some large ones found in shallow water are suspected to be o... (read more)

21. In 'Papa,' Hemingway Returns to Cuba via Silver Screen
April 28, 2016

LOS ANGELES— Ernest Hemingway left Cuba shortly after Fidel Castro's revolution, as relations with the United States began to fall into a deep freeze. Over five decades later, the author of “The Old Man and the Sea” returns to the island thanks to the magic of the silver screen.   “Papa: Hemingway in Cuba” opens Friday in U.S. theaters as the first full-length Hollywood feature filmed on the island since the 1959 Cuban Revolution, having wrapped even before Havana and Washington's historic announcement that they would restore diplomatic ties.   ... (read more)

22. China, Pakistan Ready New Cargo Port
April 14, 2016

GWADAR, PAKISTAN— Pakistan's newly-built cargo port of Gwadar sits on a remote, unspoiled coastline in the country's far southwest. Just beyond the port's two semi-circular bays, the Arabian Sea meets the Persian Gulf, and local fishermen ply the crystal blue waters as they have for generations. Officials hope the multi-million-dollar deep water port will soon transform the idyllic seaside retreat into an economic engine for Pakistan, acting as a key regional hub for oil, gas, and goods.  Important intersection Gwadar, jointly developed by Chinese and Pakistan... (read more)

23. Co Founder Of CB Consulting & Events, Barbara Pardini on Luxury Travel Experiences to visit ‘The Ot
January 09, 2016

Cannes, France - It’s 12 noon on an early December morning as the co-founder of CB Consulting & Events, Barbara Pardini, greets me with her trademark infectious smile. Impeccably dressed as always, Barbara takes in a deep breath of the fresh sea air as she settles into her chair and surveys the majestic view of the French Riviera before us. The plush setting could not be more apt. We are at ILTM - International Luxury Travel Mart’s flagship event in Cannes. The event is well renowned as being the quintessential showpiece for the biggest and best businesses within the luxury travel industr... (read more)

Author: John Doe

24. You Must Think Before Deciding To Buy Hermit Crabs Available
November 25, 2015

Hermit crabs belong to the crustacean family and are within intertidal areas and specific zones. They are wrong crabs. These kind of Butterfly taxidermy creatures have gentle abdomens protected by empty seashells on their backs. The shells are like those of the Dead Sea snails and molluscs. There are about 500 types of hermit crabs and most of them are aquatic. They differ in size, shapes, and can be found mostly in deep sea. They may be grown at home also in sea food tanks or fish ponds. They serve your ornamental purpose from the aquariums. It's interesting to see the crab drag over the... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

25. Blend of tradition and history - reasons for why buy a Panerai watch?
January 12, 2015

Timepieces, especially wristwatches are widely used by women and men for many generations. Luxury watches like Panerai and IWC are the most popular timepieces from efficient watchmakers from Italy and Switzerland. But you may think that when there are other brands of wristwatches then why buy a Panerai watch? Nowadays you will get Panerai sports watches which have unchangeable design. Some people may even have a question in their mind as to why buy an IWC watch? This is because it is made up with titanium casing especially for deep sea diving that tells time in dark as well as in-built depth g... (read more)

Author: alberta reid

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