Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Breaking Records, Mending Oceans

We're looking forwards to a busy day on the Guinness World Record day - we want the whole event really to go off with a bang and to do some good for everyone involved. So Divewise will be organise lots of Project A.W.A.R.E related course and activities to coincide with the Record Breaking Dive.
The idea is to use this public event to raise as much awareness as possible about the importance of the aquatic environment and to let people know how they can help to save it. We'll be teaching Peak Performance Bouyancy to help keep divers from damaging the ocean floor, Fish Identification and Photography to encourage passive underwater activity that doesn't leave a trace, and even Project A.W.A.R.E with an underwater clean up to protect the beauty of the coastline and seas.
During all of these dives and course, we'll be checking in on Sean to following his progress - students will be able to send down messages of support and watch how he tackles changing from cylinder to cylinder in order to achieve his long stay.

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