Best of the SDI Blog 2019

What a year 2019 has been! In the last 12 months we’ve published 78 articles on our blog, 25 of which were SDI focused. We thought it would be fun to look back at the most consumed content of 2019, whether it was new or old, to showcase what YOU, our readers, are enjoying the most from our blog. Here are our top 10 articles of 2019.

1. Headaches and SCUBA Diving

Diving headaches have spoiled many dive trips. As there are different causes associated with headaches and diving, it can be as simple as a mask squeeze, an excessive constriction around the neck by thermal protection, a dental issue, cold water around an inadequately insulated head, or saltwater aspiration.

2. Top Jobs in Scuba Diving

Are you hooked on scuba diving? Want to figure out how to turn it into a paying career? We’ve done the research to help guide you into just that – a career doing what you love!

3.Recreational Sport Diver Equivalences

Have you ever found yourself wondering if an SDI course is equal (or equivalent) to courses offered by other dive training organizations?

4. Drysuit Myths and Reality

Have you been thinking about trying about dry suit diving but you’ve been intimidated by all that goes into selecting a dry suit, the investment, and the maintenance? We’re here to bust five different myths about dry suits to ease your worry.

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5. How Much Does Scuba Diving Cost?

Becoming scuba certified requires purchasing more than just a course. Equipment, practical training, gasses, and other expenses need to be considered as well.

6. Keeping Your Hose in Line

When changing hose configurations, fine-tuning your existing setup, or assembling a brand new rig, there are several important things to take into consideration to ensure your assembly is tailored to you and your diving preferences.

7. 6 Key Differences in Diving a Dry Suit vs a Wetsuit

We are often asked about the differences between diving wet and diving dry. Other than the obvious answer – “you don’t need to dry anything but your hair after the dive” – there are some key differences.

8. Sea Legs and How to Get Them

Being sick on a dive boat or any boat for that matter is no fun. However, most of us have been there at least once or twice. It’s not fun but there are things you can do to help yourself out when you’re experiencing the effects of seasickness.

9. Top 15 Must-Have Scuba Diving Apps for Android and iOS

There’s an app for everything these days, so it may come as no surprise that there are plenty of apps out there made just for scuba divers. We want to help you find the right one, so we did the work and gathered the top 15 scuba diving apps for Android and iOS. These apps can do everything from help you log your dives to find the specific marine life you’ve been searching for.

10. Natural Color for Your Underwater Videos

There are a wide assortment of accessories and techniques that can help any aspiring underwater videographer achieve more pleasing, natural color.

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