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How to be an environmentally friendly tourist during your Surface Interval (for non-divers that means above the water!)

By oneocean | 15 June 2021

  Divers love to immerse themselves in nature. To explore, be adventurous and enjoy all the experiences on offer. And ultimately, we want to do our best to look after the environment and our planet home. Its not always easy and we have had a chat, put our heads together and pooled our ideas and…

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Being an environmentally friendly diver

By oneocean | 01 February 2021

As divers, we are very privileged to personally witness the beauty of the underwater world and to be surrounded by the wonderful underwater reef ecosystem. However, it’s worth remembering that with these privileges comes also great responsibility to conserve and protect the ocean, especially coral reefs. Coral reefs are very fragile ecosystems that are as…

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Divers and snorkellers enjoying the wide open spaces in Mnemba

Diving with One Ocean in the Time of Covid 19

By oneocean | 26 June 2020

For all of us life has changed so much. Covid 19 and the “new normal” has reached every part of our lives and diving is no different. One Ocean closed all our centres in the middle of March. Since then we have researched a great deal and thought long and hard about how we can…

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EFR and Rescue Training

Serious fun – EFR and Rescue Training

By oneocean | 03 February 2020

The PADI EFR and Rescue Diver Course might be your next level as a diver The PADI Open Water Diver Course is the first step in becoming a certified diver. It develops the basic skills for managing yourself underwater. In the beginning of your journey as a diver, your focus is usually limited to yourself:…

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dive centre cat Peppa

Being a dive centre cat – the purr-fect life

By oneocean | 02 November 2019

Hi! My name is Peppa. I’ve been working for One Ocean Matemwe since 2011. I’m the official dive centre cat so my role at the dive centre includes upper management duties and PR. I’m sharing my daily routine to let you take a peek at the dive centre life from my perspective. The sun is…

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