Prestige issue 243, October 2013
Two years of preparation, 16 days of expedition and 7 hours and 40 minutes straight passed underwater by a single diver in one dive ... A real expedition, a dangerous adventure that requires a high level of professionalism and advanced equipment. Where, when and how does it happen? Prestige takes you to Zimbabwe to discover the mystery of Chinhoyi,
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.
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?
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
Prestige issue 167, June 2007
Sailing over the water on our boat under a blazing sun, scanning the horizon for more than an hour in search of rays, we suddenly spot a bench of these huge fish that arose and disappeared in the sea of the Maldives. We dive immediately despite poor visibility due to the excessive presence of plankton. Just lying on the ground, three meters deep, we are surprised by the first ray,
Prestige issue 132, May 2004
It's off Marsa Alam, two hours from the shore, that these photos were taken. A wonderful little bay houses these "nice friends" of the man affectionately known as the "dolphin house." Equipped with masks and snorkels-the bubbles produced by scuba equipment would spooked dolphins-we move slowly, cautiously,
Prestige issue 168, July 2007
Scattered in the vastness of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives, numbering 1200 islands, extend casually southwest of SriLanka, still hanging in the sun waiting for you. Our first encounter with this magical archipelago remains the unique feeling that invaded us. Breathtaking beauty and miles of white sand licked by waves
Prestige issue 134, July 2004
We are a few hours of Sharm el Sheikh, the heart of the Red Sea. The Thistlegorm was discovered for the first time by Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau who published a book about it without giving its exact location. It was only in the 90s that divers were found by pure chance on the deck of the Thistlegorm and brought back to our memory the
Prestige issue 118, March 2003
Once there was Saidoun, a lost city island, which disappeared into the depths of the sea, an island that created so many legends and raised envy; we end up believing that only it existed in the imagination of Phoenician and Greek historians, until ... when a diver discovered quite by chance, one kilometer off Sidon, the remains of a city.

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