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U-Boat Worx: Dutch-built Personal Submarines to Retail in Florida

Brownies Yacht Diver and Dutch submarine manufacturer U-Boat Worx are teaming up to bring private subs to the United States. Visitors to this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS), to be held from 28 October to 1 November, will be the first to spot the brightly colored submarines built by U-Boat Worx. Certified to dive to depths of up to 330 ft, the exhibited model at the Show seats one pilot and two passengers.

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Nobeltours offers trips combining tourism and diving

Diving into the Red Sea sinuous vegetation as Cousteau himself, swim with the white shark off the coast of South Africa or dive among the hundreds of islands of the Bahamas in the Caribbean, are just some of the proposals offered to complement Nobeltours conventional sightseeing.

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Portbooker continues its expansion in the U.S. market

For almost a year Portbooker opened its office in New York. Funding the expansion strategy in the Americas Portbooker has organized a joint working group with the Manager for the U.S. delegation and the Managing Director of Portbooker that will move the International Boat Show Fort Lauderdale.

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Windward Islands, sailing in the Caribbean

The Windward Islands are the southern group of the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies, curving generally southward for about 300 miles from the Leeward Islands towards NE Venezuela. The Windward Islands are southeastern islands of the Caribbean and include Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, the Grenadines, and Grenada – nature’s priceless pearls of the West Indies.

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