Scuba Diving: It’s Not Just for Vacation

Forget the bucket list, check out some compelling reasons to keep diving, even when not at the resort. Here's a whole lists of benefits to being underwater, except the obvious ones.

Skill-Building Scuba Games

Do you like to play games? Do you like to scuba dive? What if you could combine the two to improve your scuba skills, be it on your own or as an instructor with your students? Either way, you’re going to want to check these out.

What's Your Vacation Time Worth?

Trying to figure out when, how or if you could get scuba certified? Planning a trip to a tropical destination and want to go diving? No problem! We’ll walk you through the pros and cons of taking your course before you go or doing it while on vacation.As well as helping you decide if you should take an Open Water Course or a Discovery Scuba Course.

Drift Diving – Considerations Before Your First Experience

Cruising along the bottom without any effort is a favorite past time of drift divers. That doesn't mean drift diving is without nuance though. Take a minute to look through these 4 tips from a drift diving pro.

Keeping Our Oceans Clean: How YOU Can Help

Are you looking to give back? Why not start with the very thing that has given you your favorite hobby, the ocean. Here are seven ways you can keep the ocean clean in your everyday life.

Aquarium Dives: to Count or Not to Count?

Ahhh, another great debate of the scuba world: to count aquarium dives or not. Some would say aquarium dives are a great way for new or inexperienced divers to gain experience in a controlled environment. Others feel that this isn’t “real” scuba diving. Where do you fall?

Proper Care, Cleaning and Storage of Dive Gear

It’s no secret that dive gear isn’t cheap. So, why wouldn’t you take the time to make sure that it’s properly cared for? We’re breaking it all down for you so you can make your gear last as long as possible.

Reasons Scuba Diving is the Perfect Activity for Couples

It doesn’t matter if your relationship is new or old, going great or sorting through some ups-and-downs, scuba diving will strengthen your relationship in ways that a week of bingeing Better Call Saul won’t be able to do.   Increasing your communication with your partner, enjoying planning an activity together, finding the benefits of problem solving as a couple, having fun doing what few people do regularly, and then sharing that fun is a great way to spend time on a Valentine’s Day weekend, honeymoon, or any time you want to spice up your lives as a couple.
Where do i buy dive gear

Where do I buy dive gear?

People are fans of shopping online and it isn’t just the “younger” generation. Baby Boomers and Gen X’ers have just as many online purchases as Gen Y or Millennials. As a matter of fact, 96% of Americans with internet access have made an online purchase in their life, 80% in the past month alone. This past Cyber Monday was the first $2 billion mobile shopping day in the U.S. Around 81 million Americans shopped online that day.  And why shouldn’t people buy online?  Some of the most common reasons have been repeated over and over again in surveys and data research explaining the continuous boom of online sales. Here are some that stick out.

The Adventure Begins Here

Scuba diving training is now so well structured that you can pick and choose the training to suit the adventure you want to experience. The deeper you go, the more training you require, or if you want experience exploring inside cave systems, shipwrecks or get up close and personal to that shark – the training is there for you to do just that.

5 Equipment tips for new divers

More often than not, new scuba students have no idea what their first set of gear should cost. The best answer doesn't have as much a monetary answer as it does getting the gear you need to make your first experience one worth continuing in scuba.

Scuba slang to help new divers get their sea legs

When you're a new diver, it can be a little bit intimidating at first with all the new things you are expected to learn. At least it was for me, especially when we started discussing the science and math aspects of diving.