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Restore The Reef!

Restore The Reef!

Found out how we try to restore coral reefs on the island of Bonaire. Read in this blog about the threats to coral reefs, have a look at the work to restore coral reefs in the coral nurseries and see how a coral thicket looks like after it has been put out for a few years.
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Not touch the reef, you will!

Not touch the reef, you will!

New Blog coming soon!
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Tag Your Scuba Looks

Tag Your Scuba Looks

Dear Friends, the contest has kicked off! 
We are proud that we have been sending our divewear from New York City to Switzerland to South Korea, and many other places, the Scubalooks brand is getting out there.
Thank you so much dear customers!
Since this means EVERYTHING to us, we would like you to help us reach new places and get more people underwater! Therefore we launch this contest!
Spread the scuba vibe! The winner will be send a box of our organic and fair divewear.
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Scubalooks on Tour: Trip To Portugal

Scubalooks on Tour: Trip To Portugal

Report about our scuba trip to the southernmost region of Portugal, the Algarve. There are some epic dive sites from Algar Seco to the Ocean Revival Project with it's awesome wreck diving. But we completely got surprised by one of the best night dives so far!

The Algarve is a must do scuba destination in Europe. Fabulous entries, great wreck diving and epic night diving!

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The Scuba Diver Girl Poster

The Scuba Diver Girl Poster

The more people start scuba diving, the better, therefore we designed this scuba poster and postcard to promote our favorite sport.

Print these graphics on your home computer or at your local print shop and spread the word about scuba diving! Party with the fishes :-)

Every purchase in our online store will contain a printed version of both the scuba diving girl poster and scuba postcard. (standard size 10x15cm / 4x6 inch)

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whale shark next to human

Whale And I

A micro blog about a big fish.

Whale sharks are the biggest fish on this planet. Swimming next to one of these friendly giants, for many divers and non divers, is a dream coming true. And for a good reason. The first time you see a fish the size of a bus you go like: “woooooooooooooooooooooooow”
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