7 Great Gift Ideas for Scuba Divers
Dec 6, 2018
• 3 min read
Looking for a gift idea for a scuba diver? We have selected a range of products that are positive for the ocean and also some fun and useful diving accessories.
For responsible divers, we have found a reef safe personal care kit or some recycled fish nets swimwear. Looking for diving accessories? We have personally tested an unbreakable compact camera and a GPS rescue device.
Stream2Sea Reef Sentinel Kit, USD $25
Did you know 10% of the world’s coral reefs are at risk for bleaching due to sunscreen wash-off? This personal care kit contains everything a diver could need for its next dive holiday: some reef safe sunscreen for body and face, some shampoo and bodyWash, conditionner and sun & sting Gel.
Where to Buy: Stream2Sea online store
mama KULEANA SPF 30 Rash Guards, USD 30
The well-known reef-safe sunscreen from Hawai Maui island also sells rashguards. Perfect for a snorkelling session and ideal to protect the reef and your skin!
Where to Buy: mama KULEANA online store
Fourth Element Ocean Positive Swimsuit, USD 65
Conceived as a result of recycled ghost nets and other discarded waste, Fourth Element has created a new standard for swim wear. With a collection for both men and women, you’ll find everything from a bathing suit designed to be worn under a wetsuit, to rash guards, leggings or even storm ponchos.
Where to Buy: Fourth Element online store
700 Sharks into the Dark, Laurent Ballesta, USD 100
It took Laurent Ballesta no less than four years and 3000 hours underwater to photograph the sharks of Fakarava atoll, in French Polynesia. Following the moon cycles, he managed to count 700 sharks. Discover his journey and incredible photographs in this collection of two books.
Where to Buy: Asian Geo online store
Adopt a Manta Ray for a Year, USD 144
You can adopt a manta for 12 usd a month on MantaMatcher, give it a name and know everytime it’s been spotted. By doing so, you support research and protection for these amazing creatures. In partnership with Marine Megafauna Foundation
Where to Buy: MantaMatcher online store
Nautilus Lifeline, USD 239
A marine rescue GPS created by Nautilus Liveaboards. The company have been operating for more than 25 years in Socorro, a place where currents can be strong. Super recommended for divers who dive in currents, such as in Komodo, the Galapagos, or Cocos Island.
Where to Buy: Nautilus online store
Olympus TG5, USD 399
An excellent shock and waterproof compact camera that was designed for the underwater world. You can use it either without case down to 15 meters (50 feet) for snorkeling, or with a housing if scuba diving between 15 to 40 meters (50 feet to 130 feet).
Where to Buy: Amazon