Your trip is booked, accommodations secured, but now you have to figure out what dive gear essentials to bring and how to pack them! We’re here to help you pack exactly what you need for your trip, show you what to separate into carry-on vs. checked luggage, and what items are better left behind and rented onsite instead.
Get to know the three main species of sea turtles found in Florida and level up your turtle identification skills by studying their tracks!
Do you know how to find the right dive center for your family’s first scuba course? Selecting the right dive center can make all the difference between a ‘never again’ holiday nightmare and a lifelong passion the whole family can share, and we’re here to help! Keep reading to learn what to look for, what to avoid, and what questions to ask to ensure you find the perfect dive center for you!
In this article, we’re explaining why the best rescue is the one you don’t need to perform. Mark Powell is here to show us that your role as a dive buddy is not to verify that your buddy’s equipment is okay, but to assume there is a problem and that it’s your job to find it. Keep reading to see how this small shift in approach can make a big difference!
Have you ever been ready to gear up and hit the water when you turn your tank on and hear that dreaded hiss? In this article, we will discuss common types of leaks, why they happen, and what you can do to address them.
Have you noticed the rising popularity of deep, indoor diving destinations full of underwater features and attractions? We’re here to tell you how you can get certified to dive in them!
Looking for new ways to capture the underwater world through your photos? From meticulous macro moments to pelagic action shots, learn about the differences between underwater photography on scuba vs freediving!
We are divers in the age of an evolving pandemic. The world has changed and we are changing accordingly. We used to be an industry that was built around tropical vacations, but then airlines stopped, borders got shut down and international tourism froze.
Kia Orana! Welcome to island paradise. Welcome to the Cook Islands!
In case you have not heard of the Cooks – the Cook Islands are in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, between Tahiti and New Zealand. The country is made up of 15 islands, spread over a distance the size of western Europe. Of the 15 islands, 12 are inhabited.
Today’s post is dedicated to those of us who live in regions with milder climates where owning a drysuit is not common or mandatory and are perhaps suffering a bit this time of year. It’s also for those of us who dive multiple times a week and need to ensure they stay warm no matter what. So, without further ado, here’s how to stay warmer while diving in a wetsuit.