TDI Diver News
Taking formal cylinder inspection training can help a novice understand the nuances and dangers involved and can also give new ideas and techniques to the seasoned veteran.
Nothing can ruin a good day of diving faster than ear problems. Following a few simple preventative steps and implementing an equalizing routine will go a long way in eliminating pain to the ear while scuba diving.
When diving dry in the summer, comfort is key and the proper amounts of time and effort must be put into maintaining equipment, staying safe, and having fun.
Thailand will always be seen as the exotic country fringed by white sandy beaches, with honeymooners drinking from a coconut while petting a baby elephant. Tourists are drawn to the turquoise waters rather than the idea of jumping into a black hole in the ground.
John E. Lewis, Ph.D. has designed a single day of recreational diving and compared the experience of three divers equipped with different scuba devices.
It is always better to ask and learn rather than push the unknown within a community that may have sensible answers already developed based on experience and knowledge.
TDI has composed a resource guide for any active technical diver, or anyone who is interested in beginning their technical diver training.
Throughout this text we will outline examples of reverse age discrimination* and its effects on the dive community.