Do you seek further educational opportunities as a public safety diver? Diver, firefighter, instructor, and veteran Tony Pietrantonio does this every year. 2019 was no different. He’s giving us a peek at his time with the RCMP in Canada and how it’s made him a better public safety instructor.
It’s no secret that diving comes with risk. However, we increase that risk when we attempt to move our training forward too soon without practice and patience. It’s hard to be patient with ourselves in the age of social media when we see other advanced divers posting incredible photos of deep wrecks and caves. Learn why slowing down and gaining experience is ultimately the right choice every time.
Are you a wreck seeker looking for your next adventure? Then you’ll want to read on. The Murcia Region of Spain is littered with wrecks of all shapes and sizes waiting to be explored. Here are just a handful of what you’ll find.
Sidemount diving was once believed to be for cave diving or the tight spaces of wreck penetration diving. But times are changing… Today sidemount is beneficial for more than just tight space diving. Divers love it for a variety of reasons. Discovery why tech divers are diving sidemount outside the caves nowadays.
Just under a month into our new venture with PFI and ITI and you might be wondering, how’s it going? What’s the general response? Chris Bustad is giving the rundown on all of it.
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.