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Located off the coast of Queensland, Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is a serene location filled with aquatic wildlife. According to some, it’s the largest living structure in the world, so big in fact that it’s visible from outer space! If you ever find yourself in the land down under, you should consider making a dive trip out to the Great Barrier; here’s why:
I have always been intrigued by all manner of things that live in the sea and I am particularly fascinated by the most famous apex predator in the ocean – the shark! The perfect eating machine, I’m not totally sure how that fascination came about, but I confess that I have been a “Shark Week” junky since it first aired in July of 1987. There, I said it; I’m hooked on Shark Week….judge me if you must, but I love sharks!
Today’s travel BCDs are not only lighter, and take up less physical space in your bag, but they are excellent performers too! My new only weighs in at 5.5 lbs. and I can even fold it if I need the space. Make sure to check the specs on the brand/model you are considering, but I can tell you that even with my extra-large 6’3” frame, my travel BCD holds more than enough weight for tropical diving, and has plenty of lift capacity and other features.