Tired of waiting for suitable ocean conditions, Luke and Jessica planned an early season day trip to a freshwater lake a couple of hours from home. Their dive site research indicated depths up to 20 metres/65 feet available from shore; visibility averaging 10 metres/33 feet and temperatures a bit chilly […]Read more ›
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Raise your hand if you’ve ever struggled putting on a wetsuit. When you try to slide the neoprene over your skin, it sticks and bunches, destroying any dive excitement you may have felt, little by little. Forget trying to put on a damp wetsuit, and never mind if you’re hot […]Read more ›
Ever have one of those dives where everything went wrong? Broken fin strap, low visibility, ear problems? While scuba diving can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences, we’re bound to have a “less than optimal” experience from time to time. You may be wondering if there are things you can do […]Read more ›
Now that you have a few dives under your belt, you’re finally getting the hang of this diving thing. Dare we say, you’ve been bitten by the diving bug? If you’re looking for ways to breakthrough from beginner to experienced, we have a simple trick for you. Keep an up-to-date diving […]Read more ›
In our recent Advice to New Divers from a PADI Instructor – Part 1, we covered four PADI Instructor top tips for a new diver. As a new diver however, there is always more to learn. Here are four additional tips to help you as a beginner. Control your weight […]Read more ›
So, you recently learned to dive. Congratulations and welcome to the scuba community! During your Open Water Diver Course, you became well versed in scuba diving basics. As a newly certified diver, you have a lot to remember. With that in mind, we came up with this list of PADI Instructor […]Read more ›