John Kinsella


Recent blog posts written by John Kinsella

Dive Training Scenario: Freeflow at 50 Feet

Dive Training Scenario: Freeflow at 50 Feet

28 June, 2016 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

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 […]

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The Pentarius Project – Deep Sub Expedition

The Pentarius Project – Deep Sub Expedition

8 June, 2016 at 9:00 am Comments are Disabled

The deepest known part of the world’s oceans is the Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench. It lies under 10,994 metres/36,070 feet of water. Four times as many people have walked on the moon as have seen the sea floor here first hand. It’s not an easy place to visit. […]

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Divemasters Discuss Their Diverse Motivations

Divemasters Discuss Their Diverse Motivations

7 June, 2016 at 1:24 pm Comments are Disabled

I was talking to Brian about becoming a PADI Professional. He’s been in the dive business for some time and we’ve worked together a great deal over the decades. He’s a great man to bounce ideas off. We were trying to find a succinct way to communicate the value of […]

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Advice to Family Divers from a PADI Pro

Advice to Family Divers from a PADI Pro

17 May, 2016 at 8:47 am Comments are Disabled

Ask anyone who has been lucky enough to dive with family and you’ll find a common thread in their responses: “It brings us together.” The shared adventure of scuba diving brings kids and parents together in a way few other activities can match. But before diving right in, consider these […]

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Welcome to the Dive Life: Next Steps for New Open Water Divers

Welcome to the Dive Life: Next Steps for New Open Water Divers

6 April, 2016 at 7:07 am Comments are Disabled

You’ve just become a certified diver, your shiny new card rests proudly in your pocket. Now what? You’re feeling a little trepidation about heading out on your own for the first time. And rightly so, but there’s nothing like a little trepidation to keep you on your toes. Harness that […]

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5 Tips for Shore Diving

5 Tips for Shore Diving

16 March, 2016 at 8:24 am Comments are Disabled
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