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Welcome Back to Dressel Divers and the Go Green Spirit

We would like to thank all the professionals worldwide who have worked and are working tirelessly during this pandemic, demonstrating a firm commitment in each of the positions they hold so that the rest of us in our daily lives can move forward.

Dressel Divers closed its dive centers. Step by step we have started to wake up like many other sectors to reactivate the economy but without forgetting the commitment to and responsibility for ourselves and others.

We return with desire, with illusion of seeing each other again, but with responsibility. Dressel Divers together with GO Green has realized a protocol for the prevention of the virus and to guarantee the health of our staff and customers so that you enjoy the experience with total safety. We disinfect our facilities, boats, and rental material between divers with Sanosil, a Swiss product that kills the virus in less than 30 seconds, harmless, without toxic waste, sustainable and biodegradable.

Let’s be responsible and act with consciousness in the return to normality. Let’s not go back.  The heroes who were on the front line did or are doing a great job. Now it is up to us to make an effort to keep ourselves safe, follow health and safety measures and enjoy our lives, our routine and our passions. Ours, the connection to marine life.

We have to celebrate that despite what is happening nature does not stop surprising us. Recently researchers from the National Oceanography Centre in the United Kingdom, led by marine ecologist Andrew Gooday, have discovered four new species of animals on the abyssal floor of the Pacific Ocean, more specifically in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone. Congratulations!

We have to celebrate that despite what is happening nature does not stop surprising us. Recently researchers from the National Oceanography Centre in the United Kingdom, led by marine ecologist Andrew Gooday, have discovered four new species of animals on the abyssal floor of the Pacific Ocean, more specifically in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone. Congratulations!

There is still much to discover, to share. With responsibility we will enjoy more!  The reefs, their warm waters, life in freedom await you.

Welcome back to Dressel Divers and the GO Green spirit

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