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!
SDI Diver News
Able-bodied or not, anyone can scuba dive. It might take a little more work to get in the water, but it can be done. Military veterans and disabled people both find diving to be great physical and mental therapy. Due to their disabilities, they have already adapted to different daily routines so adapting to the underwater world, while unfamiliar and a totally different experience, doesn’t seem to challenge them as one might think!
Trim Fast is a supplemental dive shake that is designed by SDI to keep you in trim all day! Drink one of Trim Fast before entering the water and you will gain the skills for perfect trim instantly.
The Boy Scouts of America and SDI have teamed up to get more youth involved in scuba diving activities. Now the Sea Scouts will have more opportunities to be involved with SDI professional members to explore the world of scuba diving.
Thinking about becoming an Public Safety Diver? Wondering what exactly it entails? What type of training might be required before training starts? We’re talking about what public safety dive training is like from both sides.
Thinking of becoming an instructor? We’re getting into what it really takes to become a GREAT instructor. It beyond the certification, being a great instructor takes time and effort.
Leg cramps got you down? We’re sharing a few ways to prevent and remedy them so you can dive without pain.
You’ve planned the trip, you’ve packed your bags, and you’re at the airport. Shoot! You just realized you forgot one of the most important things you need for a dive trip, your c-card! Do you know what to do?
The separation of this mouthpiece can be a scary and dangerous experience but is prevented and managed easily.
Matthew Johnston, who has Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy, which is a life-threatening disease that leaves him confined to his wheelchair full-time and is unable to breathe on his own and requires use of a ventilator. Despite his disease his dream is to Scuba Dive.