Tags DEMA Show 2018
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The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association announced during this year's DEMA Show that it has honored Jessica Keller, an underwater archaeologist with the U.S. National Park Service’s Submerged Resources Center, as the newest DEMA Wave Maker.
DeeperBlue.com got a chance at DEMA Show to chat with Innovative Scuba Concepts' Jenni Fultz, who along with her husband Charles developed the Tovatec, a first-of-its-kind, integrated dive light and underwater camera.
The Women Divers Hall of Fame continues to promote, connect, and recognize women in diving.
Sea of Change creates positive change for the ocean by raising awareness, and funding and initiating conservation efforts.
Membership definitely has its privileges with Girls That Scuba.
The DeeperBlue.com team was honored to get time with Christopher Chin, executive director of the Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research and Conservation at this year's DEMA Show.
OMER has several new items that will be joining their product line, and showcased them at this year's DEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Fourth Element has introduced a new line of protective face masks under its OceanPositive brand that are made in part from lost fishing nets.
How to Accidentally Set a Freediving World Record with Tanya Streeter, and Liveaboard Top Tips with Girls That Scuba Founder Sarah Richards
The 7th episode of the DeeperBlue Podcast is out today including "How to Accidentally Set a Freediving World Record" with Tanya Streeter, and "Liveaboard Top Tips" with Girls That Scuba Founder Sarah Richards
BARE Offering ‘COVID-Safe’ Drysuit Fitting Sessions At Select North American Dive Shops This Weekend
If you live in North America and are in the market for a new drysuit, the folks at BARE are offering what they call "COVID-safe" fitting sessions at select dive shops this coming weekend.
At the hight of the COVID-19 pandemic, the latest online dive booking platform, called “Bundle,” has launched.
Deptherapy has begun its planning for the 2021 calendar of events in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, which has scuppered the 2020 calendar.