Welcome divemaster Bego

Welcome divemaster Bego

A huge warm welcome to the PADI family.

Congratulations to Bego who has been diving alongside us for the passed three months and has now successfully passed her Padi Divemaster Course!

We have had a great time with Bego and the diving here in Gran Canaria has been amazing! Bego has dived over 60 dives and managed to see a huge amount of marine life. Maybe next time Bego we will see you here as a qualified Padi Instructor!

All the best,

The Blue Water Diving team

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B.W.D. News

Pool training

Did you know we had a heated pool?‍ We had a fabulous morning training session in the on-site heated swimming pool.‍ Today's fun begins with the Discover Scuba Diving Sessions. Check out some of the photos below.

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G.C. Marine Life

Gran Canarian Angel Sharks

As we see so many Angel Sharks whilst we dive in the Atlantic Ocean, around the coastline of Gran Canaria, here are a few facts about the amazing creatures we see. The Angelsharks are flat-bodied sharks, very ray-like. They bury themselves in the sand or mud with only the eyes and part of the top of the body exposed. They have a blunt snout and are camouflaged to blend into the sand and rocks of the ocean bed. They have long, wide fins that look like wings, giving it its name. It is also known as the monk shark, sand devil, and monkfish. Angelsharks are frequently caught for food.

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G.C. Diving

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The Five Biggest Impacts Facing Our Oceans, plus Five Easy Ways You Can Make A Difference.‍ Don’t worry, this is not another doom & gloom article about how we’re trashing the planet, killing our oceans, and are inevitably going to end up in a post-apocalyptic world filled with trash (just like Wall-E). However, given that two in every three breaths we take come from the ocean, and just how generally amazing the ocean is, it would be useful for all of us to be armed with some knowledge about what to do in the face of all these problems. So, in hope of inspiring some positive actions, here are the five biggest things impacting the future of our ocean, plus five easy things you can do right now to be part of the solution.

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