Posted on February 26th, 2013 1 comment
By Simon Bell, Simply Diving Dive Operations Manager
Look at the following photo and it’ll be hard not to miss a huge, eight-legged cephalopod atop a rock. Look even closer and the more taxonomically-minded among you will see it’s the humble Octopus vulgaris, or common octopus to the non sea-dweller.
But look even closer still and you’ll see a second octopus hiding under the rock… Read the rest of this entry »Diving Costa del Sol, Diving in Spain, Wreck diving Gibraltar, Wreck diving in Spain Camp Bay, diving, diving in Gibraltar, Diving in the Costa del Sol, Diving on the Costa del Sol, diving Spain, IDC Costa del Sol, marine life, Mediterranean sea, octopus, PADI, PADI Divemaster, Project AWARE, scuba diving, scuba diving costa del sol, scuba diving in Spain, Scuba Diving in the Costa del Sol, Simply Diving, underwater, Wreck diving in Spain
Posted on September 21st, 2011 2 comments
By Simon Bell, Dive Operations Manager
How sad it is to see one of your favourite dive sites – bursting with the most vibrant and diverse species of marine life; steeped in the most fascinating naval history that stretches back literally centuries; accessible to divers of all abilities and experience – turned into a rubbish dump.
So sets the scene for Simply Diving’s Project AWARE Dive For Debris Day 2011…Diving in Spain, Project AWARE Clean Up, Wreck diving Gibraltar, Wreck diving in Spain diving in Gibraltar, Diving on the Costa del Sol, diving Spain, marine debris, Mediterranean sea, ocean clean-up, octopus, PADI, Project AWARE, scuba diving, scuba diving costa del sol, Simply Diving, Wreck diving in Spain
Posted on March 23rd, 2010 1 comment
By Simply Diving IDC Staff Instructor Jenny Pritchard
Introductions then! For those of you who don’t already know me, my name is Jenny. I have been a PADI Instructor for four years, diving for eight years and I am the newest full-time member of the Simply Diving team. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on January 10th, 2010 3 comments
By Simply Diving’s Natasha Johnson Bell
Okay, so I am what one would officially term a ‘diving prude.’ As much as I love diving, I won’t do it in the dark, I never pee in my wetsuit and the water’s got to be hot. Yes, hot. Not warm, but hot. So as you can imagine, although I have the charms of the Mediterranean sea on my doorstep, my diving forays are limited to my bath tub and our heated pool.