SDI Diver News

10 Ideal Dives with Dry Suits

To show how dry suits specifically can help any type of diver, we asked five different divers for their two ideal drys suit dives…

 

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Were You a Fan of Sea Hunt?

David Houser’s firsthand account of how he began his career in scuba diving, and how far the training and equipment has come.

 

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9 Cost-Effective Wetsuit Maintenance Tips for Scuba Divers

Here are some cost-effective tips that let scuba divers get the most out of their wetsuit.

 

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A Local’s Advice on Diving the Blue Heron Bridge

What’s the best way to dive the Blue Heron Bridge? Here we outline a few suggestions to ensure an enjoyable dive adventure.

 

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Want to see your photo on the cover of our new SDI Dry Suit Diver Manual?

SDI is publishing a new Dry Suit Diver Manual, and we are looking for an amazing photograph for the cover. Could it be yours?

 

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Share the Air!

Developing the muscle memory and calm mental ability is what you really want to acquire rather than just the physical act of lending out that air source (or receiving it).

 

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Top 10 Excuses to Call in Sick for a Day of Diving

If you need an excuse to miss a day of work, we’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of the top ten excuses you can use to get out of work and get into the water.

 

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FREE Webinar – New VIP Program and How You Can Benefit

International Training is sponsoring a webinar to update the facilities and IT’s on this new program and its implementation to answer any questions.

 

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3 Reasons Your Mask Leaks

Three topics will be covered that may assist a diver with mask leakage issues: hair, mask size, and mask quality.

 

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“…I Don’t Decompression Dive”

As sport divers cruising the coral reef or seeking out the best site for underwater photography, we tend to lose sight of the fact that we are on-gassing —or absorbing nitrogen into our tissues—as we dive.

 

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