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About John Kean

About John Kean

When John Kean is not writing books, articles or blogs he’s underwater, guiding, instructing and exploring. He’s also completed a number of high-profile sponsored motorcycle adventure trips under the Diving Bikers series.
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His biggest trip yet is due in the summer of 2017 – a multi-week diving and long-distance motorcycling tour of the British Isles - fully covered by Diversaround.com
As a popular and well-known name in the recreational and technical diving community we welcome John’s wealth of experience and unique way of communicating valuable insights to followers of Diversaround.com

John Kean Blogs

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  • May 28, 2016, 0 comments, 550 views, 0 likes
    Technically Correct – Part Two   The Death of the 100 Club Marco stood at the water’s edge wearing a single twelve-litre tank of air. It was 6am and the sun was still low on the horizon. Marco was tir...
  • May 28, 2016, 0 comments, 442 views, 1 like
    Correct Weighting   Donald is handed his weight belt and told, ‘That’s about right for your height and wetsuit thickness.’ He puts it on without further question, kits up and enters the water. D...
  • May 18, 2016, 0 comments, 548 views, 0 likes
    Poor Air Consumption?   You signal to the divemaster that you’ve reached 50 bar, he replies with the safety stop sign; three minutes later you’re on the surface and the boat head’s your way. Twe...
  • April 3, 2016, 0 comments, 913 views, 0 likes
    Technical diving is possibly the worst name ever given to a sporting activity, especially one that companies now try to promote and sell. The name was invented to keep people away, not bring them closer. Imagine a group...
  • April 3, 2016, 0 comments, 784 views, 2 likes
    When One Door Closes … The white and blue Metrojet Airbus A321 taxied gracefully down the runway and awaited clearance from the air traffic control tower of Sharm el Sheikh’s international airport. Minutes ...
  • March 16, 2016, 0 comments, 679 views, 0 likes
    Sliced Bread. The laptop comes to life and the musical jingle of Windows hangs in the air. Minutes later you’re clicking ‘add to cart’. That’s it. Job done; your diving holiday is booked.We a...

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