Diving

Sea turtle in Lebanon: a Lesson of Survival

Prestige issue 119, April 2003
Imagine a history dating back 100 million years, the story of an animal that has succeeded where the almighty dinosaurs failed: survive, despite climate changes. Today, a greater threat to the turtle, a danger that was not intended by nature: the destructive hand of man. In Lebanon, it was barely mentioned until the day when a woman met them by chance

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On the edge of discoveries

Prestige issue 122, July 2003
Testimonials from father to son. Fishermen from this coastal village speak of a plane shot in the Second World War and turned into a ball of fire, evidence that pass into legend until, more than half a century later, diving off the coast, we found a wreck lying12meters deep. But what is the identity of this mysterious plane?

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The Fascinating Universe of our Seabed

Prestige August 2003, issue 123
Our Mediterranean, which caresses the shores of Lebanon, hosts fauna and flora of incredible wealth. We do not realize it but as long as we indulge ourselves in the pleasures of diving, it is a whole world that is revealed to us and that we should think about protecting to save our ecosystem.

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Descent in the World of silence

Prestige issue 124, September 2003
Fascinating pictures. To get them, we had to disturb the world of silence and make no less than twenty dives… by 60 meters deep! Strong running water, poor visibility, all must be taken into account. Wreck diving requires hard training , a very specific technique, and the use of several gas mixtures.

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Greetings from the Kingdom of the Sea

Prestige issue 125, October 2003
Sarah, very comfortable as a fish in water, does not hesitate to remove the oxygen mask to send fans of the “Dive” column aquatic kisses.

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