Have you fallen into the neutral buoyancy debate? Or worse, have you been victim to the internet trolls who patrol the internet for photos and videos of divers doing something “wrong.” In this article we have Jeff Bozanic here to explain why it’s actually helpful and sometimes carries less risk.
Have you heard instructors push continuing education courses left and right, only to feel like they’re just trying to get you to pay for another course? You might feel this way, however, your instructor does have your best interest in mind. By pushing con-ed (aka continuing education), instructors are helping build more lifelong divers who are proficient in diving, rather than just vacation divers who never log more than a couple hours of diving each year.
Caves are mysterious and wondrous places, they take tens of thousands of years to form and only divers with proper training should enter due to their risky nature. Follow along as Jeff Bozanic recalls his thoughts through cave diving.
Ready for another scuba game sure to keep your students engaged in their dive? This game incorporates navigation skills, buddy teamwork and manipulation of objects while diving. Not an instructor? No worries, grab your favorite dive buddies and play this game on your next dive.
Have you ever wondered what a day is like for a research diver? What do they do? What are they looking for? And why? We’re walking you through a day of diving in Antarctica.
What’s your diving fantasy? We’re sharing 10 magical places that will fall on any diver’s bucket list. Which one makes it to the top of yours?