DiverSync NetCast

An Education, Science and Nature podcast
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DiverSync Netcast is a podcast for scuba diving enthusiasts and anyone else interested in the underwater world. Listen each week as your host, Rich Synowiec, a Scuba Professional and twenty+ year veteran of the dive industry, talks about scuba diving, the diving industry and the underwater world. Each week Rich discusses scuba topics, travel, local adventures and things going on in the diving industry. He talks about his business, family and dives he has done. There will be guests on the show as well from time to time. DiverSync is recorded each week. Come listen and get excited about scuba diving, wherever you may be from.

For over 7 years of archives visit www.diversync.com and download or listen there.

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Great content from someone that really knows scuba diving! Rich dives a lot and works in the industry so he always has some great insight. Worthy of listening too if you have interest in scuba diving.

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    Podcast Details

    Oct 21st, 2010
    Latest Episode
    Mar 28th, 2020
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    43 minutes

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