Posts with the tag “dive-buddies”
Diving With My Dad
August 24th, 2022
My dad had started scuba diving 30 years earlier when he joined the Merchant Marine. He traveled the world on merchant ships, which allowed him to dive in many distant port cities. Later, he and his d...
Be a Great Dive Buddy
May 30th, 2022
Throughout the dive, communication is paramount. Underwater, the pair must communicate clearly, effectively of course, wordlessly. Beyond understanding hand signals, an ideal buddy pair might even be...
Lessons Learned While Lost at Sea
August 3rd, 2021
Understand the risks and that there are bad dive shops. I chose this shop because I found them on a dive association’s website as a highly rated dive center. The criteria that I had used to select a s...
TRavel Smarter : Evaluating an unfamiliar Dive operator
November 11th, 2019
The boat should also have appropriate safety equipment: a fire extinguisher, personal flotation devices for every person, a first aid kit, an oxygen unit, a radio and nonskid decks. The usual modifica...
Your Dive Computer: Tips and tricks - PART 2
May 25th, 2019
Dive computers are wonderful at carrying out programmed mathematical computations, but they are blind to the many insights you may have before, during and between your dives. For example, your dive co...
Your Dive Computer: Tips and tricks - PART 1
May 25th, 2019
Know your gear and how to use it to better your dive experience. One piece of equipment that has become essential to most divers is a dive computer. There is an surprising range in models available. ...
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