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Airpockets: share places you love to dive, find places you’ll love diving

We at Freedive Wire are excited to announce Airpockets. Airpockets is a map that allows you to share and find places you love to dive, as well courses, workshops and more.

Airpockets: share places you love to dive,
find places you’ll love diving

Instead of having to look through Scuba Dive listings, you’ll be able to plan using the recommendations of freedivers like yourself. Where are the waters warm, safe and full of life? Where are the dive centers, courses, and competitions? You’ll be able to find it on Airpockets.

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On airpockets you can find all the information relevant to the site you want to dive.

It is also a place where you can let others know of the state of reefs, pollution and marine debris.

Now is your chance to get in touch! Let us know in the comments or by e-mail to info@freedivewire.com what you would like to see on Airpockets. What can Airpockets do for you and how would you like to use it?

 

Nymphe Cove

This post was submitted by Chris Campbell.

Drive, park at the ripple rock trail head parking lot, and hike approximately 3.2km (6.4 total or 8 if you go all the way to the ripple rock lookout) until the trail approaches Nymphe Cove on your right. Suit up and swim over to the rocks, there are lots of things to see such as Greenlings, Rock cod, Red/Green/Purple sea urchins, PERCH and if you’re lucky Puget sound king crabs.