- 06/10/2016Una apneista bucea inmersa en un banco de peces en la isla Reunión. Foto de Lancelot Eric. ¡Salvajemente espectacular!
- 27/09/2016@Juan Imaz @Flavia Toro Rodriguez @Netta Virtanen @Jorge Lázaro Molina @Catalina Serrano @Cristina beBee
- 25/07/2016El buceo es uno de los deportes más apasionantes que existen. Esta foto corresponde al espectacular cenote Pit, en Tulum (México), aunque no hace falta salir de España para disfrutar de parajes fantásticos bajo el agua!!
- Producer21/06/2016The best 4 wrecks to dive in The Red SeaThere are many different types of diving and for all tastes, many people like cave diving, with sharks, enjoying the coral colours, drift diving, and many divers prefer to do wreck diving. We can find wrecks in a lot of places and they attract many...
Comments21/06/2016 #12 Catalina Serrano#8 Thanks for your comment @James McElearney!You definitely have to go for diving, you will discover a different world, Hope you do it soon and explain to us the experience, maybe this helps: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@catalina-serrano-madrid/the-best-diving-spots21/06/2016 #11 Catalina Serrano#10 Wowww!! About Thistlegorm and the night dive without a torch and inside the wreck seems a bit scary, but why not? Like plankton at night when you move it, beautiful! I don't think I would be able to dive in Salem, because of the story which makes me truly respect it but I have to admit that attracts me, and I didn't know that the Carnatic was on the book! Fantastic :)21/06/2016 #9 Jorge Lázaro Molina#1 I have dives several time into the Carnatic, and I only found out broken wine bottles and no gold. But the wreck is plenty of soft corals and it is one of my favourite wrecks in the North Red Sea. The background history about the Carnatic is very interesting, as its name appears in Jules Verne book 80 days around the world.21/06/2016 #8 James McElearneyI have always wanted to go scuba diving, and after reading this article, I really want to go even more than ever!! Great article @Catalina Serrano, I look forward to trying some of these sights out one day, I'm all for the adrenaline rush So my vote is the Umbria first ;)21/06/2016 #7 Jorge Lázaro MolinaThistlegorm is awesome, easy wreck with several dives to cover the whole wreck. It is so big, and has a lot of decks. Also in the night dive, in the inner decks you can find some lantern fish, you should be brave enought to switch off your own light and then wait till the fishes switch on its own lights while you are 20 meters down the sea, deep inside the wreck.21/06/2016 #1 Oliver MoloneyI would love to know if the wine had in any way been preserved in the wreck of the Carantic, was there ever any explanation who salvaged the gold from the wreck? This was an awesome post @Catalina Serrano View moreI would love to know if the wine had in any way been preserved in the wreck of the Carantic, was there ever any explanation who salvaged the gold from the wreck? This was an awesome post @Catalina Serrano. Close
- Producer08/06/2016Stop - Breathe - Think - ActIn response to my first post, one of my diving instructors commented back “What about Stop Breathe Think Act?” Thanks, Maarten! In technical diving, you simply can’t run away from your problems. Therefore you are drilled ad nauseam to Stop,...
- Producer06/06/2016Leadership lessons from the deepThose who know me personally are aware that I love SCUBA diving. To be precise, Technical Diving . Technical diving (bear with me, it sets the context) is the discipline and art of diving in conditions where you can’t access directly the...
Comments07/06/2016 #3 Catalina SerranoI really enjoyed your buzz, it's good to see more diving bees in beBee and also I liked how you apply diving lessons to business. I'm a recreational diving instructor and I have never tried technical diving (I had opportunities but I refused them because I feel so much respect for it) and I have to say that even with recreational diving I learn so many things for life that now I'm proud of!07/06/2016 #2 Ali AnaniI wrote a presentation titled "Diving into Leadership" eighteen months ago
I find your buzz reinforcing and sheer joy to read @Gonzalo Meza View moreI wrote a presentation titled "Diving into Leadership" eighteen months ago
I find your buzz reinforcing and sheer joy to read @Gonzalo Meza. Thank you for broadening the scope of leadership Close
- 05/06/2016Upclose with this gentle giant Oslob,Cebu, Philippinesimage-store.slidesharecdn.com
Comments06/06/2016 #7 Juan ImazI did this in Maldives and it is an outstanding and a little bit scaring experience. You know that whale sharks are inoffensive but a close under water dive with them is very impressive. You could do it @William Rakow View moreI did this in Maldives and it is an outstanding and a little bit scaring experience. You know that whale sharks are inoffensive but a close under water dive with them is very impressive. You could do it @William Rakow! Close
- 12/01/2016Check Dive en Gota Abu Ramada, Mar Rojo BDE, Diciembre de 2015Check Dive en Gota Abu Ramada, Mar Rojo BDE, Diciembre 2015 Primeras impresiones del check dive. Vimos un torpedo, rayas moteadas, un payaso me mordió la mano, una morena verde y una morena pimienta entre otra fauna....