Are you a new Open Water Diver or maybe you’ve been a diver for a while now and just aren’t sure what to next… We’re breaking down the three things every new Open Water Diver should do after getting their certification.
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Do you have a friend who wants a glimpse into the world of scuba diving? Or maybe you’re still a relatively new diver who just wants more info. Either way, this guide to scuba diving will give you all the details needed to dive into scuba with confidence.
We’re taking you back to the basics in this one. Does your team know all of the gas laws backward and forward? These are a necessity to keeping your team safe and preventing injuries. Tony Pietrantonio, a commercial diver, public safety diver, supervisor, and instructor helps us take a closer look into the basics every team should work to master.
Have you ever considered using a bailout rebreather rather than bailout tanks? There are a lot of reasons to choose either, however in this article, we’re taking a deeper look into using a back-up rebreather as a bailout system. This in-depth article will walk you through everything you need to know about using a bailout rebreather.
Have you had rebreather diving on your mind? We get it, rebreather diving comes with a lot of baggage. More training, longer checklists, and let’s not forget the expense. However, rebreather diving also comes with many benefits. We’re covering just five of them in this article.
Considering your next course? Have you thought about the Breath-Hold Survival course? There are many reasons to take this course but as a scuba diver there are even more reasons. Learn how to handle high-stress situations without the help of your regulator.
Is wreck diving your thing? Are you intrigued by the story of a wreck and the treasure that may have been left behind? Then this article is for you. The five wrecks listed in this article carried over 77 tons of goal and silver valuing more than $450 million.