Night Diving can be fun when the right equipment and skills are used. Night dives gives us the ability to observe the creatures of the sea when they are most active.
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Jellyfish are exceptional creatures, but they can be deadly. We discuss how to treat stings as well as spine stings.
Kelp is very important to our ecosystems. It is our duty to protect the kelp forests as well as the species living in those ecosystems.
Understanding Waves and currents is not only essential for swimmers. Having the knowlege will let you make educated decisions about where to swim and what to do when you get caught in a current.
Plastic pollution is one of the world’s greatest problems… recycling helps but it does not eliminate the immidiate effect. We can help our planet by starting small.
Throughout the years regulators have been upgraded and redesigned, every step and every upgrade is one step closer to getting a better flow of air and better comfort that also increases durability. As a scuba diver you will always have 2 regulators in your total diving system. The primary regulator is the one that you will be breathing from, the secondary regulator is +- 30cm longer in hose length so that your buddy can breathe from your cylinder while still remaining within reach of the air sharing buddy.
A buoyancy compensator is one of the most important piece of equipment in the diving career. There are quite a few styles out there and choosing one is a very important step to having a lot more comfort and stability while diving.