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Whether you're a master scuba diver or just enjoy the occasional snorkelling trip, we would love to see what you're up to. It can be anything from photos/videos of you using our gear to a trip report about an interesting dive site, simply send it to us and we'll publish it here on the Adventures website.
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Every month we will choose the best photo or article submitted and send the winner a gear bag of prizes. So send us a photo, video or even a complete dive trip report.
This Months Winner:
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Who needs a wetsuit in the Red Sea, when you have a Fourth Element Rashie on!
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iDive Public Photo Gallery
Submit your diving images here using the form on the right an be in with a chance to win fourth element gear every month. Simply send them to us using the form on the right. Maximum upload file size is 200kb, and maximum width/height of 600px. If you need to adjust your photos, this can be done easily using free online software such as imageoptimizer.net
Every month we will give a prize for the best photo/video or dive report!
We want to hear about what other divers are up to and the chances are, you do too. If you would like to share your experiences and write a report for a dive expedition you're involved with, complete with photos, please send it to us at iDive@fourthelement.com
Each month we’ll be giving a prize for the best photo/video or trip report.
Latest iDive Articles:
Read about a dive team from Germany, who set off out into the Baltic Sea to dive some unusual shipwrecks. Leader of this expedition is Michael Rutz. As a former military diver, he switched to the civilian diving scene and became a professional diver.
During his training in saturation diving, he also participated in trainings of the following diving associations TDISDI, PADI, ETDO and CMAS.
Click here to find out more...