53 episodios

Surface Interval is the Podcast part of our Dive Line Brand, started just 7 months ago and already gaining a large following and supported by some big names in the industry we continue to grow with quality consistent content, if you are looking for Fun and Captivating Scuba related chit chat then this id for you, with creators and innovators Jim and Craig, Both experienced divers with a genuine love of the Oceans and doing their small part to try and bring the global diving community together, starting with our own backyard during these strange times and the amazing uk dive sites we have here, jim an instructor, and craig, an experienced underwater photographer, The Dive Line is dedicated to the world of scuba diving. We discuss a vast range of topics including, but certainly not limited to, training, environmental issues, dive destinations and equipment, and all in both a light-hearted and informative manner, making it easily accessible for everybody – doesn’t matter whether you’re just about to start your scuba adventures or you’re a seasoned tech diver; there’s something for everyone! Both hosts, Jim and Craig, have dived in some of the world’s best-known dive locations and are keen to share their knowledge of and love for scuba. Together with some amazing guests and experts in their own fields, the podcast is an entertaining leap into the world of scuba. Alongside the podcast, The Dive Line also offers equipment tests and reviews, as well as ‘how-to’ videos, deals on scuba trips and gear, competitions and merchandise, and much, much more. If you'd like to get in touch with us, whether it's to offer stories and suggestions, or you want to get involved with The Dive Line, visit youtube or any social media (https://m.youtube.com/c/thediveline) and drop us a line. Cheers!

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Surface Interval is the Podcast part of our Dive Line Brand, started just 7 months ago and already gaining a large following and supported by some big names in the industry we continue to grow with quality consistent content, if you are looking for Fun and Captivating Scuba related chit chat then this id for you, with creators and innovators Jim and Craig, Both experienced divers with a genuine love of the Oceans and doing their small part to try and bring the global diving community together, starting with our own backyard during these strange times and the amazing uk dive sites we have here, jim an instructor, and craig, an experienced underwater photographer, The Dive Line is dedicated to the world of scuba diving. We discuss a vast range of topics including, but certainly not limited to, training, environmental issues, dive destinations and equipment, and all in both a light-hearted and informative manner, making it easily accessible for everybody – doesn’t matter whether you’re just about to start your scuba adventures or you’re a seasoned tech diver; there’s something for everyone! Both hosts, Jim and Craig, have dived in some of the world’s best-known dive locations and are keen to share their knowledge of and love for scuba. Together with some amazing guests and experts in their own fields, the podcast is an entertaining leap into the world of scuba. Alongside the podcast, The Dive Line also offers equipment tests and reviews, as well as ‘how-to’ videos, deals on scuba trips and gear, competitions and merchandise, and much, much more. If you'd like to get in touch with us, whether it's to offer stories and suggestions, or you want to get involved with The Dive Line, visit youtube or any social media (https://m.youtube.com/c/thediveline) and drop us a line. Cheers!

    Dive Destinations - Curacao in The Dutch Caribbean

    Dive Destinations - Curacao in The Dutch Caribbean

    A hidden Dive Destination - Curacao is in the Dutch Caribbean. Located well south of the hurricane belt, Curacao has something for everyone. Spectacular diving, culture, typical Caribbean beaches, and a fantastic climate.
    You will find a great choice of accommodation, regardless of your budget. From all-inclusive resorts to top-end luxury, and ocean-front apartments too.
    Travel to Curacao is easy from Europe and North America so add this wonderful island to your scuba travel destination list.

    Bryan Horne is the resident expert and he will plan a trip that will excite both the divers and non-divers in the party.

    • 45 min
    Wreck Diving, 3D Photogrammetry, Avatar the Movie and more with Pete Mesley - Wreck Diving Pioneer!

    Wreck Diving, 3D Photogrammetry, Avatar the Movie and more with Pete Mesley - Wreck Diving Pioneer!

    Wreck Diving, 3D Photogrammetry, Avatar the Movie and more with Pete Mesley - Wreck Diving Pioneer! 
    This episode NO29 we chat with Pete Mesley, Explorer, Adventurer, Pioneer and Photogrammetrist (well a photogrammetrists mate) we have a great and fun chat with Pete who has dived all over the world, in all of the worlds bucket list destinations, Bikini Atoll, Galapagos, Solomon Islands and Truk Lagoon where Pete has made 3D Models of all the wrecks and they are incredible with such fine detail it will blow your mind! he shows us a couple of examples but you can see all of them on his website 
    Pete is also a highly experienced Instructor/Trainer with Advanced Wreck Diving, Rebreather and so much more, Finally we get a little insight into his time on the new Avatar Movie 

    🔴 Find out more about Pete Mesley here www.petemesley.com 
    Lust4Rust - www.petemesley.com/lust4rust 
    3D Wrecks of Truk Lagoon - https://www.petemesley.com/lust4rust/95-wwbaseline 
    Big Animal Diving - https://www.petemesley.com/shock-and-awe 
    Training - https://www.petemesley.com/training 

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    ✅ “Surface Interval?” a Scuba Diving inspired chat about the ups and downs of scuba life and the various directions this amazing sport can take you, and how as divers we can help shape and change the environment 

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    🔴 We have lots of previous content for you to enjoy and we are adding to this weekly, Podcasts, HowTO Videos, Gear tests and reviews, Dive Site Reviews, Competitions and our own trips to clean up the local rivers and help find lost property, we found an iPhone 10 and some prescription sunglasses for Jack, check out the video in our extras playlist 

    • 1h 20 min
    The Dive Line SCUBA How-To Series Ep 1- How to behave with sharks

    The Dive Line SCUBA How-To Series Ep 1- How to behave with sharks

    How should you behave when scuba diving with sharks? The shark population has been decimated by the cruel shark finning industry. We lose over 200 million sharks a year to the fishing industry. To see a shark on a dive is a real treat and will, unfortunately, become a rear experience in the future.
    If you are lucky enough to see a shark when you are diving it is an absolute privilege. But how should you behave? What should you do to ensure that you remain safe and gain the most from the experience?
    Here are a few tips that I use every time I am lucky enough to encounter and photograph sharks up close. And I mean bumping into you up close!

    • 9 min
    Titanic Expedition, Ep27 Pt2 - John Chatterton chats to us about his incredible journey to Titanic!

    Titanic Expedition, Ep27 Pt2 - John Chatterton chats to us about his incredible journey to Titanic!

    Titanic Expedition, Ep27 Pt2 - John Chatterton chats to us about his incredible journey to Titanic!
    Find out what it was like to be in a special group of people to have visited the Titanic, how this self funded expedition came about, how it was planned and some of the crazy elements to this incredible journey like wiring $100s of thousands of dollars to the Russians swiss bank account via western union and how these ageing submersible craft had parts missing! not what you want to see or hear when you are under over 400 bar of pressure!
    John and his friends found compelling evidence that changed the 100 year old views on how the Titanic sank, this really is a must listen episode, more people have been into space or died on Mount Everest than have been down to see the Titanic

    🔴 John has been involved in many expeditions to Britannic the sister ship of Titanic which also sank, this was even bigger, to Lusitannia, Andrea Doria and many more, he has been involved in many TV Shows and helped write some awesome books about his adventures which we will be featuring in an upcoming episode, to find out more visit www.johnchatterton.com 
    you can purchase these books vi the links provided from Amazon
    Pirate Hunters: Treasure, Obsession and the Search for a Legendary Pirate Ship 
    US - https://amzn.to/3neTIv3 - $17.00
    UK - https://amzn.to/2KSIcIO - £7.54 
    Shadow Divers: The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World War 1 
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    UK - https://amzn.to/3b2TeG1 - £11.23
    We do earn a small commission if you buy via these links and every little bit goes towards helping us to create these podcasts and other content for you.

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    ✅ For business inquiries contact us at: jim@thediveline.com or craig@thediveline.com

    ✅ “Surface Interval?” a Scuba Diving inspired chat about the ups and downs of scuba life and the various directions this amazing sport can take you, and how as divers we can help shape and change the environment 

    🔴 please consider subscribing, it takes on average around 8-10 hours per episode to create and produce, a lot of effort and all we ask is you support us by subscribing, liking, sharing or just give us a thumbs up if you enjoy what we do and want to see more

    🔴 We have lots of previous content for you to enjoy and we are adding to this weekly, Podcasts, HowTO Videos, Gear tests and reviews, Dive Site Reviews, Competitions and our own trips to clean up the local rivers and help find lost property, we found an iphone 10 and some prescription sunglasses for Jack, check out the video in our extras playlist

    • 1h 5 min
    Unusual Wreck Diving stories & probabilities that make scuba so much fun,Pt2 expedition to Titanic!

    Unusual Wreck Diving stories & probabilities that make scuba so much fun,Pt2 expedition to Titanic!

    Unusual Wreck Diving stories & probabilities that make scuba so much fun,Pt2 expedition to Titanic!
    This was going to be another long one so we split it into 2 parts Part one, we are incredibly fortunate to be speaking with John Chatterton as he has some amazing stories to tell and wont be doing many podcasts after this so get the stories straight from John himself
    This was originally a podcast just about Titanic and how Johns self funded trip made it from a general discussion to a proper expedition and how their findings by chance changed the thought process and theories about how Titanic sank!
    We had such a good chat with John that we had to share these stories about unusual diving probabilities, like the one mentioned above, we start off with a bit about peer pressure and how even John with his vast experience will happily call it if he isn’t feeling it! A good lesson for all for sure!
    The probabilities he chats about are like, finding rubies and getting the rights to a certain wreck from a judge who's father was on it many years earlier! John also talks about his early days and diving on air to 250ft+ on the Andrea Doria, Lusitania and Britannic, The sister ship of Titanic, plus German UBoats, then his progression to Nitrox mixed gases and then some of the first and sometimes reliable Rebreathers
    A fascinating chat that we had to put out there which actually does lead on nicely to the Titanic, this will be in part 2 out soon and you wont want to miss it! Subscribe now to make sure you get part 2 as soon as it’s uploaded
    Find out more on Johns website www.johnchatterton.com

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    • 37 min
    Shipwreck Hunter, Treasure Collector, Maritime Museum Owner Martin Woodward MBE, a fascinating Diver!

    Shipwreck Hunter, Treasure Collector, Maritime Museum Owner Martin Woodward MBE, a fascinating Diver!

    It's a long one, but you have to hear the incredible stories that must be told. Listen until the end to hear the fascinating tale of the SS Mendi, lost off the south coast of the UK with the terrible loss of over 600 souls and how Martin identifies the wreck and the huge international implication that followed. 

    Martin Woodward MBE is a shipwreck hunter that has personally discovered over 150 uncharted wrecks. Two of the most famous are the British submarine HMS Swordfish that was believed sunk off the coast of France until Martin found the true location, and it was much closer to home. The second, the Mendi, was a troop carrier in World War I that sunk with the loss of over 600 souls on board. The find has enabled surviving family members to achieve some closure.

    Martin has also been involved in many interesting and unusual projects such as searching for Glenn Miller's aircraft, Goering's Gold, Sir Francis Drake's coffin off Panama, the Lost City of Atlantis and the famous U.S. hijacker D.B Cooper. His great love. however, has always been finding shipwrecks, history, and artifacts from under the oceans.

    Add to this the fact that Martin also managed to be a member of the Bembridge, Isle of Wight lifeboat crew for 38 years and retired as coxswain. Still diving today, Martin owns and runs commercial dive operation Offshore Marine Services Ltd. 

    He established the Shipwreck Center and Maritime Museum in 1978 and it is a must-visit if you find yourself on the Isle of Wight. Packed to the rafters with artifacts and treasures from Pieces of Eight gold coins from pirate days of old, right through to both world wars and beyond.

    Link to the museum www.shipwreckcentre.co.uk
    Link to Martin www.martinwoodward.com
    Link to The Mendi, the ship history forgot https://www.wessexarch.co.uk/our-work/wreck-ss-mendi

    • 1h 35 min

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