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  •  Marine biologist, Laurent Ballesta and his team dived to 110-120m (4-5 hour dives) 21 times in a 39 day expedition searching for the pre-historic Coelacanth. They found it and swam alongside for up to 30 minutes on 6 of the dives.
    Photo by Laurent Ballesta.

  • INSPIRATION

    FROM SHALLOW REEF TO DEEP WRECK

    One rebreather does it all - 6m to 160m
    Easy upgrades - rec through to tec

     

     Martin Parker ©
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News


ALL CHANGE AT AP...

AP's COMING HOME! It's been a year of exciting developments at AP Diving - February 2014 sees two of the world's most innovative dive equipment companies join forces…


BUDDY GOES COMMANDO

No, we haven’t stripped the world’s most famous BCDs and accessories down to bare necessities - we’ve just changed their name and added a few design tweaks.


SEE AP DIVING's NEW-LOOK at the London International Dive Show - LIDS 2014

LIDS 2014 is earlier in the calendar than normal this year, so make sure you book your tickets in time. As usual there’ll be loads of events for dive enthusiasts, speakers and expos - so it’s well worth a visit.


AP Diving Kit helps save Seals

Monday morning and Dave and Leslie Jarvis of Cornwall BDMLR dropped by the factory for a brief visit on their way to the local vets. Dave and Leslie brought one of the 5 seal pups they and other members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue team had rescued over the weekend to show to the AP Diving staff.


 

Trip Reports


Trip Report: Te Honu Diving – French Polynesia Trip

Cyrille Mullard - trip to Fakarava South Pass, French Polynesia...


Trip Report: Kuda Maru - WWII Japanese Gold Wreck Expedition

During the first week of May 2012 a daring team of technical divers did an amazing 16 trimix dives to depths of +/‐90m (300ft) using rebreathers on a WWII shipwreck that is believed to be the Kuda Maru, off the coast of Cebu, Philippines.


Trip Report: AP Diving provide the life-support for James Cameron's deepest dive - March 2012

AP Diving congratulate James Cameron and the Deepsea Challenge team on their successful dive to 10,898m / 36,070 ft - the ocean's deepest point - Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench.


Trip Report: University of Hawaii Deep Coral Reef Study

This is a joint project between UH, Bishop Museum and the Hawaii State DLNR using our CCR team and the Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory sub Pisces-V. Following is some backstory on what we were doing, written by Richard.




  • EXPEDITIONS:

    WHERE ARE YOU DIVING NEXT?

    Share your experiences - Discover new places to explore...

     Martin Parker AP ©