Category: Wreck diving in Spain

  • A Psychedelic Trip With The Smallest Of Friends

    A Psychedelic Trip With The Smallest Of Friends

    By Simon Bell, Simply Diving Dive Operations Manager They are among the world’s most vibrantly-coloured species of marine beings, are often no bigger than your thumbnail and have spawned a global obsession of cult proportions: Meet the humble sea slug…

  • LOVE ON THE COSTA: The Strange and Wonderful World of Octopus Sex

    LOVE ON THE COSTA: The Strange and Wonderful World of Octopus Sex

    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 […]

  • Rolling In The Deep: The Time For Tec

    Rolling In The Deep: The Time For Tec

    By Simon Bell, Simply Diving Dive Operations Manager There was a time when a man first donned a rubber mask, looked beneath the waves and felt like a superhuman as he gazed at the alien world below. Soon came apparatus that allowed a different man to stay underwater for a length of time without having […]

  • Dive for Debris an Historic Victory

    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 […]

  • A Weekend Of Getting Wrecked

    By Simply Diver Simply Diving’s latest Wreck Diver recruits declared their two days of training “a top weekend” – after beating nearly 1,000 entrants to win the Specialty course in an online competition.

  • A Tale of Two Seas

    By Simply Diving Instructor Dan Nelmes What’s happening divers…? The first few months of 2010 proved to be a testing time for diving, due to some unnaturally very wet and stormy weather. But a continued break from the rain and wind has yielded some gorgeous dry and sunny days these past few weeks. So it […]