Scuba diving knowledge for all divers
New diver or experienced diver – scroll through the articles and improve your diving knowledge
Diving Safety During the Coronavirus Epidemic
Keep diving but follow these steps to protect yourself from Covid-19
The cause of most Scuba Diving Accidents?..PANIC and how to avoid it.
Panic causes most of the accidents in Scuba Diving, but you can avoid it.
Are “Trust Me” Dives safe? The problems of divemaster led dives
Vacation dives, led by a divemaster are the only type of dives that many divers actually do.
Many of these dives become “Trust Me” dives and a lot of divers just don’t appreciate the dangers when a regular “please show me the cool stuff” type of dive become as a “Trust Me” dive.
21 Top Rules for Dive Boat Etiquette
So, you are going on a dive boat for the first time and need to know the basics? If you have been on boats before you probably know some of this, but remember, different boats have different rules.
Unless you want your fellow divers to use you as shark bait there are a few things you need to understand!
Flying after diving, what you need to know
When you took your first Scuba training course you were taught the rules for “flying after diving”. Despite this I meet many divers on vacation who really don’t understand these rules and either miss out on a days diving or put themselves unnecessarily at risk from Decompression Sickness
Decompression Sickness, what you need to know about “The Bends”
There is one simple way to avoid DCS, DON’T GO DIVING, if you are Scuba Diving then it’s all about accepting the risk, managing the risk and using best safe diving practices to minimise the risk
Am I Safe to Dive – by David J Hall
Sometimes I tend to overlook my own self-evaluation before diving. Perhaps we all know it’s not a matter of “can I dive”, it could be a matter of “should I dive”?
Scuba Diving depth limits
Depth limitations for the various scuba diving certifications.
These limits progressively become deeper as you develop your skill set and take further training courses.
Communication for Divers, this is what you need to know
As a new diver it is so easy to feel that you are the only “newbie” on the boat.
Well, we experienced divers did not get that way by keeping our mouths closed, we asked questions, we acknowledged that there was so much we didn’t know and we took the time to find out.