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Watch diving in Bahamas and Fiji on the Internet through Diving Passport, TV show

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Diving Passport

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Sep 14, 2004
Dear Fellow Divers,

The end of the year brings excellent news for you from Diving Passport. From now on you can subscribe to our Newsletter and get, twice a month, the latest on our web page updates as well as the contents of upcoming shows.

To subscribe, just click the link on www.divingpassport.com , where you can also watch the program right now.

What follows is the First Edition of our Newsletter, including the description of this show and the next one.

Good Diving!


We would like to let you know about the exciting topics and destinations that are available right now on our show. On our current edition you will find out about shark encounters and other interesting dive options in the fabulous Bahamas islands. You will get to see manta rays in Fiji and a spectacular Mexican cenote, where we go for a thrilling deep dive.

We also get into handicapped diving, a different approach to our favorite sport, where the word “challenge” takes on a new meaning. HSA (Handicapped Scuba Association) has successfully implemented the necessary changes to the existing divers’ programs to accommodate the needs and expectations of people with disabilities. This system enables the instructors to train people with a wide range of disabilities, such as paraplegia, quadriplegia, high functioning brain injuries or mild mental retardation.

Since scuba diving is an active sport involving adventure, it provides meaningful rehabilitation not only for the body, but for the mind and spirit as well. Being so, there are a number of rehabilitation hospitals that are including scuba classes on some of their patient programs. We believe it is important that the mission of HSA be spread out throughout the world.

As from December 16th, you can find out everything there is to know about a new destination on our web page – Fernando de Noronha. This island off the coast of Brazil is one of the best dive destinations in South America, being a well preserved sanctuary of unspoiled nature both underwater and on top. We help you with your travel plans by telling you about lodging, dive sites, history, special precautions, how to get there, etc.

As weeks go by fast, you will also need to check out our next show on the Internet where together with the Diving Passport team we will be traveling to the exotic Republic of Maldives, where we’ll stay in two different island. Diving there is a true adventure surrounded by manta rays, clownfish and lionfish. We also visit Roatan, and get to play with the most intelligent mammals of the ocean, the dolphins and much more…

The Diving Passport Team
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