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Guided liveaboard trips: Indonesia and Philippines

Have you ever been on a liveaboard? No matter if the answer is yes or no - Reisecenter Federsee has two great offers for you. The special thing is that both liveaboards are accompanied by diving enthusiasts from the RCF. Maybe that would be the reason for a first diving safari!

Premiere for InterDive Hamburg

Tourism fair featuring scuba diving. The InterDive will soon be held in the north of Germany, as part of the tourism fair Reisen & Caravaning Hamburg (8 to 12 February). The set-up is already in full swing and the exhibitors of the InterDive fair are already very excited about the premiere.

Diving in Cyprus and discovering the island

Cyprus not only offers a great variety and unique experiences under water, but also above water. For diving-free times, small and larger excursions can be easily planned and carried out. There is a lot to discover everywhere and everything can be reached quickly. Whether it's to the green peaks of the Troodos Mountains, to the interesting towns along the coast or to the interior of the country; let yourself be inspired by impressive natural landscapes, ancient traditions, modern city life or sporting outdoor activities.

The "InterDive" diving trade fair comes to Stuttgart and Hamburg

Growth for the portfolio of holiday trade fairs in Stuttgart and Hamburg. From next January, "InterDive", the international diving, snorkelling and travel trade fair, will be presented as part of the two holiday fairs. Organiser Walter Harscher expects this step to generate new impulses and, above all, a broader audience for the "hot spot" around the diving tourism market. In addition to Stuttgart (19 to 22 January), InterDive will also fly the flag next year at the tourism trade fair Reisen & Caravaning Hamburg (8 to 12 February).

Sulawesi: Rehab for corals

In the heart of the coral triangle, on the island of Bangka at the "Bastianos Dive Resorts", in the north of Sulawesi, a coral rehabilitation was established three years ago. Coral fragments that had no chance to develop into large coral blocks on loose ground were collected and attached to iron grids. Here they could now grow without disturbance and develop a new reef.

Merry Christmas and a happy new year

Dear readers, the team of Taucher.Net / DiveInside wishes you a wonderful and peaceful Christmas. Enjoy the holidays and slide well over into the new year 2023. We wish you a happy, successful and above all healthy new year - of course with a lot of great diving experiences in the beautiful waters of our globe.

Apnoea diving: Fascination of little-known caves

There are many diveable caves, such as in the Lot in France or the Molnar Janos in Hungary. They are well known and explored and have well thought-out logistics that enable the diver to explore them comfortably. However, near-natural, little-known and non-commercially operated underground diving destinations are particularly fascinating.

DYNAMICNORD - New German manufacturer at BOOT 2023

Surprise at boot 2023: A full-range supplier presents itself: The international team combines extensive experience in the world of diving. According to its own statement, DYNAMICNORD produces sustainable, innovative and functional diving equipment. From regulators, masks, snorkels and fins to dry suits.

German Apnoea Diving Championships

The German branch of the internationally renowned freediving association AIDA had to put its members off for two years: the test of strength in air holding and distance diving without breathing air was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to a pandemic. But on 3 and 4 December this year, the time had come again. A total of 34 participants competed in various disciplines. Despite the three-year break, some records were broken.

Discover Cyprus - the wreck of the Zenobia

Scuba diving and sports activities on land – a perfect combination in Cyprus. When divers think of Cyprus, the first thing that springs to mind is the sunken wreck of the Zenobia, which not only constitutes one of the three largest wrecks in the Mediterranean, but also ranks amongst the top 10 diveable wrecks worldwide. The huge hull of the Zenobia lies at a depth of between 16 and 42 metres and can be reached in a couple of minutes by boat from Larnaka harbour.