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Why I’m Passionate About Public Safety Diving

It’s no secret that public safety diving isn’t for everyone, but do know all that goes into being a public safety diver? The level of danger, time commitment, and dedication to their communities are often overlooked. Learn more about why one ERDI Headquarters member is passionate about public safety diving.

Why Scuba Diving with a Buddy Is Necessary for Beginners

This system allows the divers to learn from each other, practice the concept of two being better than one, give assistance, and to share the experience. The most imperative reason for the buddy system is that a diver should never dive outside of their training.

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How to Build Your Save-A-Dive Kit

Whether you’re a new, experienced, or professional diver, at one point or another you’ll encounter a reason to need a save-a-dive kit. It can seem difficult and overwhelming at first to decide what to add to your save-a-dive kit at any level, but it is actually fairly simple.

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Improving Your Sense of Direction Underwater

No matter how experienced a diver you may be, there is always room for improvement. Just like how we learn how to get around better in a new city we can learn to navigate under water better as well. We’re sharing 7 tips on how you can improve your sense of direction under water.

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Break Down Barriers with Scubility

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!