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.
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Want to get your weight right? You need to read this one. Learn all of the ways you can conduct a weight check and how different factors affect the amount of weight you’ll need. Proper weighting can make or break your buoyancy so this isn’t an area where you should just wing it.
Is scuba diving in Bali on your bucket list? Want to know what to expect, what there is to explore and even what to pack for a diving trip in Bali? We’ve got you covered.
Are you aware of these five marine life animals that sting? Do you know where to avoid them at? Do you know how to help if you or someone you know does get stung? Learn more now.
Do you know the history behind your BCD? It might surprise you that a version of this piece of gear has actually been used for the last 400 years. This vital piece of diving equipment is something you don’t want to skimp on. Learn the history of your BCD and get a few tips for buying one.
Think you can get by drysuit diving without taking a course? Drysuit diving isn’t just getting a new piece of gear, it’s learning a whole new skill. You need to take the time to learn what you’re doing to minimize your risk.
Have you ever used diving as an escape? Read the story of how this diver ventured into diving during a former relationship then used it later on as a mental escape during a dark time.
Scubility is so much more than teaching folks with disabilities to dive. It’s learning how to cope with different mindsets and body types alongside them. The greatest part of Scubility is what you as an instructor get out of it. A sense of accomplishment and the ability to help people learn to do something they once thought they would never be able to do.
Have you ever wondered if there is a better way for the world to observe coral reefs? Thanks to technology and a bit of innovative thinking, now there is. Learn how two divers created the Coral Truck that is currently preparing for a world tour and inspiring the next generation of marine biologists and maybe even scuba divers.
Do shipwrecks and history excite you? Do you want to learn more about World War II? We have the group for you! Introducing BAREG, an archaeology diving group where you can learn to dive and explore history.