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Emperor Angel Fish

By oneocean | 03 June 2017

The Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus Imperator) is also known in some parts of the world as the Imperator or Imperial Angelfish and it certainly lives up to its name. With its stunning colors and unconventional personality it surely is one of the most appealing fish in the sea. This impressive fish does not only charm everyone it meets…

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Dive&Stay

By oneocean | 03 May 2017

When holiday time comes, all I know is that I want to scuba dive!   When I start to plan a holiday I also have lots of daily life details to sort: that last work mail to send, the bill I forgot to pay, get the dog to the Doggy House and uh, oh, yes,…

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Snorkelling Days for Tamani Foundation Pupils

By oneocean | 03 April 2017

Some of us live in Matemwe, a very small place, a nice village, relatively few people, you would think you know what is going on at all times: who lives here, what are people doing, how long they’ve been living here… But it turns out, we really don’t know much about it but when you…

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Eating chocolate is good for scuba divers!

By oneocean | 03 March 2017

 “Something crazy is going to happen now, Charlie thought. But he wasn’t frightened. He wasn’t nervous. He was just terrifically excited” – Charlie and the chocolate factory. Rightly so Charlie should be terrifically excited for research leads us to believe that eating chocolate before diving can help with off-gassing and prevention of DCS. Over recent…

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Eco-Tourism and Corporate Responsibility

By oneocean | 03 February 2017

At The Zanzibar Dive Centre One Ocean we pride ourselves on being a responsible and environmentally friendly dive operation. We understand our role in the community and strive to educate our staff and clients on the value of preserving and respecting our surrounding environment on land, in the sea and all living beings that reside…

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