While the pandemic is not quite over yet, many of us are reflecting upon the last 18 months of quarantines, social distancing and mask wearing. This article is a reflection on what could be learned during the pandemic about scuba diving.
Does your business have a Facebook Page? Have you gone through all the settings and fields to fill out all of your information correctly? If not, this article is for you. In this article we’ll walk you through all the things your Facebook Business Page needs to successfully promote your business.
Searching for missing objects or evidence in a public safety mission should be taken seriously. By that we mean, proper training and preparations. With this comes practicing body positioning underwater while performing a search mission. We’re breaking down the ins and outs of body positioning and how your team can practice most effectively.
Are you into wreck diving and looking for your next adventure? Have you considered giving the Middle East a try? In this article we’ll walk you through eight wrecks off of the Lebanon coast and well as the world’s only virtual wreck. From the history to the artifacts there’s a little something for everyone.
Have you tried your hand at underwater photography or wanted to try it? It can seem like a lot to take in when you’re first getting started. However, did you know that learning this skill could also make you a better tech diver? We have a TDI Instructor here to explain the details.
Climate change is always a hot topic of discussion and for that, we have a fun article about where you could scuba dive when all of the polar ice caps melt. From London to Hong Kong and New Orleans to Mumbai, there’s lots to explore!
There’s something really special about the scuba diving community. We feel pretty strongly that you could ask almost any diver out there about how the scuba community has impacted them and you’d likely hear some type of heart warming story. It’s truly an incredible thing to watch as a training agency. Learn more about how the scuba diving community grows and leans on each other.
Are you ready to get your own snorkel equipment? This helpful article will help you narrow down what you need and how to pick the right option for you. Snorkeling with the wrong or improperly fitting equipment will hinder your experience, no doubt about it. Get your equipment right by knowing before you go.
While snorkeling might feel like an easy thing to do on vacation without taking the full plunge into scuba diving. There are still things you should know before putting on your gear and hitting the water. These three tips will ensure a more enjoyable snorkeling adventure on your next vacation.
This configuration started as a way for dry cavers to cross water sumps now holds the hearts of many cave divers and non-cave divers alike. There are many reasons to love it, but don’t let sidemount diving intimidate you as a recreational diver. Some instructors would say that taking a sidemount course could completely change the way you dive.