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Exploration in Sub-Aqua Realms on the Net
Sometimes for one reason or another, you just aren't where you prefer to be - at sea, under water, you can only plunge into the sub-aqua realms on the net. I do that very often, and the following places are some of the more interesting ones:
Jacques-Yves Cousteau Memorial
British Sub-Aqua ClubMost people know it as BSAC and pronounce it as "beezack". The following links lead you to the various segments on this site:
- All about BS-AC.
- Learn to dive the BS-AC way.
- Members' Services.
- Technical Support - BS-AC Diver Grades, Manuals and Technical Publications.
- The BS-AC Mail Shop
- BS-AC Forum, discuss diving matters with fellow members.
- What's bubbling? ... The latest news ...
For BSAC matters in Singapore, you can refer to the Singapore British Sub-Aqua Coaching Chapter website.
Marine parks of Malaysia.
World Underwater FederationWARNING! This site requires a frame-enabled browser.
Most people know it as CMAS, or in long hand: Confédération Mondiale des Activités Subaquatiques. That means the same thing, in French, as french is the official language of this body. However, for practical purposes, various other working languages are used, including English. The web site is in English! So, don't worry.
Visit the web site of a world class underwater photographer.
Visit The World of Cathy Church.
Association de Réflexion pour la Plongée des EnfantsAn European association concentrating on matters concerning scuba diving for children.
This web site is in French.
A well designed good source of scuba information on the net: SCUBADUBA!
Favourite diving magazines on the net:
Underwater World Features.
If you believe there is any factual inaccuracy on this page, please e-mail to Tan Tsu Soo.