5 Ways to Change Up Your Scuba Diving

Posted on 18 August 2021

5 Ways to Change Up Your Scuba Diving

Each time you scuba dive there are new things to see and new sensations to feel. There are tons of variables like where you dive, the weather conditions, the season, or even the time of day. You will never have one dive exactly like the last. However, if you really want to change things up there are some ways to take your diving to whole new levels. Here are 5 ways to change up your scuba diving that could give you a whole new perspective on your time underwater. (more…)

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Expand Your World with Scuba Diving

Posted on 24 March 2021

Expand Your World with Scuba Diving

Can you imagine a way to double the amount of Earth’s environment you can explore? This is exactly what happens when you become a scuba diver. Learning to dive allows you to delve into a world that only divers get to see. So let us help you start on your journey towards becoming a qualified diver. This is what you can expect when you choose to dive for the very first time. (more…)

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See More Sea on a Diver Propulsion Vehicle

Posted on 14 September 2020

See More Sea on a Diver Propulsion Vehicle

Have you ever been on a dive and have to ascend before you’ve seen everything you want to see? On many dives, there is so much ground to cover you may feel like you could never see it all. There is good news though. There is a way to cover more ground and see more in the time you have underwater.

Diver Propulsion Vehicles, or DPVs for short, are lightweight underwater scooters that propel you through the water. (more…)

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Keeping up Your Dive Skills After Certification

Posted on 21 July 2020

Keeping up Your Dive Skills After Certification

Statistics show that most people who get PADI dive certifications are in their late 20’s. In general, this is a time before people settle down so they can enjoy more freedom and exploration. However, PADI statistics show that after certification many divers don’t carry on diving regularly or stop altogether. In fact, the average numbers of dives per year is just 8! Let’s delve a little deeper into this and find out why people stop diving and how to make sure you keep up your dive skills after certification. (more…)

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