Bikini Atoll for experts

Written by Jakob Jelling

Bikini Atoll is a diving destination mainly recommended for experienced divers. Due to its characteristics, this Marshall Islands' destination is usually not recommended for novice divers or even those who do not count with at least 50 dives in their past. It is recommendable that those divers who wish to visit this area learn about it and its diving requirements before doing so.

One ofrepparttar main attractions this atoll offers is its wrecks. Bikini Atoll waters contain some ofrepparttar 137421 most famous World War II wrecks ofrepparttar 137422 world based on shipwrecks which are spread on different spots such as in Rabaul and Hansa Bay or other areas towardrepparttar 137423 northeast ofrepparttar 137424 Atoll.

Some ofrepparttar 137425 most visited Bikini Atoll's wrecks arerepparttar 137426 USS Arkansas battleship,repparttar 137427 HIJMS Nagato battleship andrepparttar 137428 USS Saratoga aircraft carrier. These three wrecks arerepparttar 137429 largest ones which visitors could find in Bikini's lagoon; their sizes range between 200m and 300m. Some other interesting wrecks to visit inrepparttar 137430 area arerepparttar 137431 Agano class cruiser Sakawa, Pilotfish and Apogon among others.

Pontoon Boat Mood Lights

Written by Thomas Holley

Many pontoons boats are equipped with mood lightning that can enhance your overall experience while riding on a pontoon boat. In some casesrepparttar mood lighting in concealed withinrepparttar 137410 boat, in other cases not, but mood lighting can always add a special flair to nighttime pontoon boating.

Mood lighting can help transform your pontoon boat party in a charmingly wonderful affair. Mood lighting provides a minimal amount of lighting so that you can still getrepparttar 137411 feeling of being out underneathrepparttar 137412 stars without accidentally tripping over your neighbor and falling intorepparttar 137413 water.

In some pontoon boat modelsrepparttar 137414 mood lighting is attached underneathrepparttar 137415 seats onrepparttar 137416 pontoon boat. This concealed form of lighting makesrepparttar 137417 lights unobtrusive duringrepparttar 137418 day, and makes it so unsightly lights do not compromiserepparttar 137419 overall aesthetics of your pontoon boat. The lights hidden underrepparttar 137420 seats are also less susceptible to accidental breakages.

Other pontoon boat models will hide their mood lights in other locations. In some cases mood lighting is located onrepparttar 137421 stairs ofrepparttar 137422 vessel, or some other similar location.

Forrepparttar 137423 most part mood lighting is put into pontoon boats as a safety feature to ensure that passengers are always able to see what's going on around them onrepparttar 137424 pontoon boat. Mood lighting decreases unnecessary injuries, and overall pontoon owner satisfaction. There could be nothing worse than cutting off your pontoon boat late at night and not being able to locate your keys orrepparttar 137425 ignition to be able to turnrepparttar 137426 boat back on. Pontoon boat mood lighting provides an always-helpful minimal amount of light.

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