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James Neal Scuba Diver.

James Neal
Huish Outdoors - Brand Ambassador

James Neal is a Brand Ambassador for Huish Outdoors, representing Atomic Aquatics, BARE, Hollis, Oceanic, Zeagle and Stahlsac.

https://www.huishoutdoors.com/ambassador/james-neal/

Huish Outdoors Logo.
When it comes to making the best equipment in the dive industry, Atomic Aquatics is driven by passion, precision and performance.
BARE have honed our expertise and become obsessive in our pursuit of building the best wetsuits, drysuits, and accessories possible.
Hollis engineers superior technical diving equipment.
From local diving to exploring the seven seas, Oceanic has the gear to take you there.
Stahlsac dive bags are high-quality & durable so divers, surfers, kayakers and all outdoor explorers can push the boundaries of adventure!
Zeagle challenges conventional wisdom in its pursuit of creating the best dive equipment in the world.
We Dive Local.

Brand Ambassador Articles.

InDepth Dive Club's Diving Officer, James Neal, is well known within the wider dive community and is a respected Brand Ambassador representing Huish Outdoor's brands across the market both here in the UK and across the wider global market.

You can read many of his Brand Ambassador editorials from the links below:

James Neal - Becoming a Brand Ambassador.

The InDepth story about how James became a Brand Ambassador for Huish Outdoors.

 

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‘I distinctly remember thinking to myself not in a million years would I be selected!’

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An InDepth look at some of the kit James uses in the swimming pool to teach scuba diving.

 

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‘The swimming pool is a particularly harsh environment for kit!

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An InDepth look at the Hollis Katana sidemount wing.

 

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‘Doing my first backward roll off the side of the Zodiac into the clear waters of the Caribbean is a memory that I will cherish forever!’‘

Dream Dry Suit.

An InDepth look at the BARE Expedition HD2 dry suit.

 

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‘You know you’re a diving fanatic when you simply can’t wait to try on your new dry suit!‘

Real World Diving Cover.

An InDepth look at some of the kit James uses in real world diving.

 

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‘I hadn’t realised just how useful these dry bags would be until I had them... now I really couldn’t be without them!‘

Blue Water Adventures.

An InDepth look at diving Egypt's Red Sea wrecks from MY Nimar.

 

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'Organising 24 divers, from two continents and 4 countries is, quite frankly, like herding cats!'

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An InDepth look at diving Egypt's wrecks, Loullia, MV Salem Express and the MV Million Hope.

 

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'I’m being watched. The dark corners of this ghost ship hide their secrets well...!'

Demons to Bed Cover.

An InDepth look at diving Egypt's wrecks, SS Rosalie Moller, SS Ulysses and the SS Dunraven.

 

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'There's something alluring about this wreck, it's a much more challenging dive than most of the others in the Red Sea...'

Where Zeagles Dare Cover.

An Audacious plan and some cracking kit make for some superb diving.

 

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'Every time I depress the button on the RHIB’s radio handset I have to fight the urge to say ‘Broadsword calling Danny Boy’, come in, over!’

Year in Review. Cover.

An InDepth look at the last 12 months as a Brand Ambassador for Huish Outdoors.

 

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'Looking back over the first year as the UK Brand Ambassador for Huish Outdoors.'

A Giant Stride Cover.

With the Covid lockdowns easing are we finally a step closer towards normality?

 

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'A couple of ‘mudskippers’ had just been through and practiced the art of walking on the bottom...'

“WOULD YOU LEARN THE SECRET OF THE SEA? ONLY THOSE WHO BRAVE ITS DANGERS, COMPREHEND ITS MYSTERY!

— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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