Entries by Brittany Bozik

Alternate Air

Here are some ideas to consider regarding alternative air. Not only which type of air we use but how often we train in these situations? There are different types of alternate air. How to choose the right one for your team? Here are the things to consider when choosing your alternative air source. The last factor to consider is why it is so critical that you carry an alternate air source.

Say goodbye to equalizing problems!

Do you have problems equalizing? There could be many reasons for this, however, with the help of Ted Harty, we’re here to break down the three most common reason you might be struggling to equalize while freediving. These reasons may not be as common as you think. Click below to learn more.

Diving Gozo

Looking for a diving destination with a little something for everyone? Then look no further than the one and only Gozo in the Maltese Islands. It’s central location with easy access from Europe, Africa, and the Middle East makes it a diving destination recreational and tech divers alike lust over.

Can we go diving yet?

With the official one-year mark of COVID-19 behind us, you too might be asking, “can we go diving yet?” Even if where you live is open for business, the answer may not be an automatic yes. There are a few things you should consider before booking your next dive or packing your dive bag.

Teaching Neutrally Buoyant and Trimmed

A hot topic among instructors in the industry is whether or not students should be taught their Open Water Course on their knees or hovering nuetrally buoyant. We have written several articles on this very topic in the past, but now one of our members is taking a turn and explaining his reasoning and methods for teaching his students in neutral buoyancy.

Liftbag or SMB?

Putting together your tech diving kit comes with a lot of decisions… You might have your own opinions on what is better or worse in a general kit but, for this article specifically, we’re talking about liftbags vs SMBs (surface marker buoys). We’re laying out the advantages and disadvantages of both to allow you to make a more informed decision on which is best for your kit.