New to scuba diving? Not sure what the rules are exactly on the wildlife and the underwater environment? Are you allowed to kneel on the bottom to take in the sights? Is it safe to touch the animals? Scuba diving can be fun for all involved, if we just follow a few simple rules.
Have you developed the skills and confidence to execute a proper safety stop and surfacing procedure?
To a large degree, you care for your mask the same as you would any other piece of dive equipment.
Here are a few items you can include in your logbook to help you stay organized and honest, track progress, and work on self-improvement as a diver.
Your open water course just can’t cover everything there is to know and I’m here to provide a few answers.
Before we can determine our weighting requirements, we have to look at what factors are affecting us.
With any sport or hobby, there are certain unwritten rules of etiquette we should all consider.
As soon as you get into the water and see the unbelievable night life, you will understand why so many divers love it.
There is always something to learn, and an intense focus on improving skill sets and better understanding dive theory can help any diver perform more efficiently in the water on almost any type of dive.
This article touches upon efficient ways to operate the ‘cursed’ clip and offers a few ideas on handling known as ‘Clip Management’.