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Le Christ à Malte
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Where to meet Christ?

Since forever (or almost), the Man wanted to cross the ocean surface to see below. For a long time, he has deposited objects (voluntarily or not) sometimes substantial, leaving traces more or less mystical: waste, wrecks, amphorae, stelae, statues. Christ, a symbol in its own right, is often found at the bottom with its share… Keep Reading

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Diving on the island of Elba, small but amazing

According to legend, like a gift from the gods, the seven Tuscan islands were formed when Venus was born from the waters and the beaded diadem that adorned her forehead was broken. The pearls scattered on the surface of the sea and, by enchantment, became the islands of the Tuscan archipelago including Elba, the third… Keep Reading

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An idyllic trip to Kiribati

Henri Eskenazi, dentist, photographer and professional diver, he is back today for a new story, on a beautiful island in the heart of the Pacific.  The discovery of an unusual place I’m in Kiritimati, the biggest atoll in the world and maybe the oldest one, stuck between lagoon and ocean. The horizon is everywhere. The… Keep Reading

Plongeur photographiant des poissons
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An exotic dive in the heart of Belgium

During my last cruise on the Jakaré boat in Papua, I’ve met Jean-Marc Claes, Belgian manager of “Dirty Divers” brand, present for a long time at the Paris International Diving Show. He works closely with TODI and advised me to dive there. Created in 2016, TODI is an unsual place for diving located in Beringen,… Keep Reading

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Interesting Marine Life You’ll See In South Africa

For a lot of travelers, scuba is among the main reasons to visit South Africa. The country’s famously beautiful coastline begs to be explored, and diving expeditions around the country are quite common. Indeed, on both sides of the country, touching the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, you can find plenty of starting points… Keep Reading

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