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.
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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.
Often times sport divers will write off Chuuk or Truk Lagoon as a tech diving haven thinking there isn’t much for them to see there. However, if you are Nitrox certified this just isn’t the case. Chuuk is a diving haven for sport and tech divers alike! Learn more about all the things a sport AND a tech diver can see on these five popular wrecks in Chuuk Lagoon.
Watch as the Voici Bernadette, an old drug running ship, was sunk from onboard cameras. The ship will be converted into an artificial reef.
When you hear about Toronto, diving likely isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Or maybe it is…we aren’t mind readers. However, if you do happen to make a trip to the Toronto area there are four sites that will make bringing your dive gear worth it.
Does the idea of Atlantis excite you? If so you’re in luck because we’re exploring sunken cities around the world and some of them you can even dive to. If archaeological history interests you this is an article you surely won’t want to miss.
Okay, we’re going there. This debate circulates time and time again. When and how should you teach buoyancy control? There is a short answer to this and a long answer. This is the long answer.