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Dive Ireland International 2015

Posted by on Jan 17, 2015 in News / Events | Comments Off on Dive Ireland International 2015

Dive Ireland International 2015

The Irish Underwater Council (CFT) in association with Lough Derg Sub Aqua Club are dive ireland 2015 delighted to announce the 24th Annual International Dive Show at the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh, Co Tipperary on the 28th February & 1st March. For divers, snorkelers and anybody interested in discovering a new world, dive Ireland International 2015 is the place to be. Lough Derg Sub Aqua Club who are hosting the event are currently securing an unrivalled programme of the world’s top diving speakers. All the latest dive equipment and...

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Behind the Mask – Tee am See / Tea by the Lake

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Behind the Mask – Tee am See / Tea by the Lake

Drinking tea at the lakeside of the Green Lake early in the morning you could find yourself suddenly in a dreamlike and surreal world in which unexpected encounters may happen. ‘Tea by the Lake’ was filmed at the Green Lake in Austria from 8 to 11 July 2014. For more impressions and for information about the movie, the location, the diving and the video production you can find us on our Website: behind-the-mask.com Source:...

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Artur Kozlowski died exploring last section of Irish Pollonora Cave

Posted by on Sep 7, 2011 in News / Events | Comments Off on Artur Kozlowski died exploring last section of Irish Pollonora Cave

Artur Kozlowski died exploring last section of Irish Pollonora Cave

Efforts will resume today to recover the body of a diver who died exploring a cave in Co Galway. The alarm was raised when Artur Kozlowski, (34), a Polish man who was one of Ireland’s most experienced cave divers, failed to resurface from a diving trip in a flooded inland cave on Monday night. Members of the Irish Cave Rescue Organisation located his body last night, nearly 24 hours later, about 52 metres down in the deepest section of the cave. They plan to bring it to the surface during the day. Mr Kozlowski had been living in Ireland for a...

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Dives on Arctic wreck yield 19th century artifacts

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in News / Events | Comments Off on Dives on Arctic wreck yield 19th century artifacts

Dives on Arctic wreck yield 19th century artifacts

OTTAWA—Archeologists diving on a 19th century shipwreck have brought back a small supply of artifacts they hope will tell them more about the lost Franklin expedition. With youthful enthusiasm, veteran staff from Parks Canada showed off ship’s fittings, copper hull plates, a British marine musket from 1842 and a pair of shoes plucked from the deck of HMS Investigator just eight metres beneath the freezing Arctic waters. The former merchant ship made two voyages to the Arctic in search of Sir John Franklin’s storied expedition, but was...

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