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"From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free."

Jacques Yves Cousteau


Meet Justin Carmack

Divemaster, SCUBA addict, travel blogger and wanna-be underwater photographer, I am just chasing my dream of traveling the world, giving myself the ambitious mission to dive all of the top 100 dive sites in the world. Diving is my passion, and seeing the world as I do it? A giant benefit! 

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Enter the Raffle to Win Gift Certificates from @LeisurePro Diver Emporium!


This month I am teaming up with LeisurePro.com to bring a raffle to my readers, for a chance to win gift certificates for SCUBA gear. Up for grabs are (1)$100, (2)$50 and (4)$25 gift E-certificates! From snorkeling gear to full on dive gear, to underwater photography, Leisure Pro is the sweetest online SCUBA store out […]

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A Road Tripping Guide To Florida’s Best Wreck Dives


From the azure shallows of Key West to the picturesque pier views of Pensacola, Florida is the ideal destinations for scuba diving focused multi center USA holidays. With over 1000 miles of coastline and a wide variety of dive sites, the enormous diversity of marine habitats found along the coastline of this southern US state […]

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Photo Essay: Diving Molasses Reef With @SailFishScuba. #SeizetheKeys


On my recent trip to the Florida Keys to cross of a few items off my list of best diving in the world, I got to meet some awesome people as well. For my dives on Molasses reef, it was the awesome people at Sail Fish Scuba in Key Largo. It was nice to dive […]

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Best Places to Visit in Cape Town


Cape Town offers many attractions and is often voted Top 10 City in the world to visit. Here are a few attractions that may interest you. The best months to visit Cape Town are between February to April. It is still summer in South Africa but most tourists have cleared out. This means the attractions […]

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