Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Blue Water Diving would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year!

Thanks for all of our friends, family, new divers, old divers and soon to be divers for the support over the last year. Hope to see you all again soon for more diving in Gran Canaria!

Happy Blowing Bubbles!

The Blue Water Diving team

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G.C. Diving

You can help our ocean

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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B.W.D. News

Welcome Dirk and Bego

Blue Water Diving is happy to announce we have back our Instructor – Dirk De Beer and his girlfriend Bego Tejedor Cervera, who is completing her PADI Divemaster Internship.‍ We can offer all our courses and excursions in a multitude of languages thanks to these two amazing divers. Languages include Dutch, Spanish, German, a little French and yes English!!!

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G.C. Marine Life

Angel Shark factfile

Here are some interesting facts about angel sharks: Adult angel sharks are usually 5 feet long but some species, like the Japanese Angel Shark can grow up to 6.5 feet. An average angel shark weighs around 77 pounds. In the wild, angel sharks can live between 25 and 35 years old.

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