Commercial Diver

Graeme is an experienced and well trained diver, with PADI Divemaster and Master Scuba Diver status in addition to CAUS Scientific Diver Lv.2 and being a Canadian standards (CSA Z275.4-02 and CSA Z275.5-05) trained commercial scuba and surface supply diver. Currently employed as a commercial diver in the interior of British Columbia, he is always looking to improve his skills, gain new qualifications, and do as much diving as possible!
Recent blog posts written by Graeme
Mar 18

Carbon Monoxide & Scuba Diving


Carbon Monoxide is a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas created largely by burning fossil fuels, their derivatives and certain other combustable materials. Unfortunately, every so often, carbon monoxide claims a... Read More

Oct 18

Point’n’Click vs SLR | Scuba Diving


Point and Click vs SLR is a quiet argument that simmers in the background of many underwater photographer's minds. It used to be a matter of amateur hour versus serious... Read More

Sep 12

GoPro Hero HD


The GoPro Hero HD camera is a popular video camera in the extreme sports world, and increasingly in the diving community as well. Relatively low prices and fairly versatile, it... Read More

Aug 17

Gear Care 101


I know I can't speak for everybody; but I know that at any given point, I can't quickly afford to replace or repair the important parts of my scuba kit.... Read More

Aug 6

So You’ve Got a Camera…

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So, you've got it. It arrived in the post or you picked it up from the dive shop. Maybe another diver gave you a deal when they upgraded. No matter... Read More

Aug 2

Drifting Nusa Penida: SD and Ped

Healthy Reef

Nusa Penida is a great little island off of Bali, roughly a 20 minute or so ride from Sanur via boat, and packed with fantastic dive sites! Crystal Bay has... Read More

Aug 1

Kewalo Pipe | Hawaii


Kewalo Pipe is a bit of an odd duck for a dive location. Located near Waikiki in Oahu, this now unused storm drain rests atop the seafloor, a new home... Read More

Jul 29

Deep Cove: A Quiet Interlude

Frosted Nudibranch

Deep Cove is a wall dive site situated in Sidney, BC, just a ways down from the Swartz Bay ferry terminal and about 25 minutes to 45 minutes (traffic dependant)... Read More

Jul 25

Fried Egg Jellyfish

Fried Egg Jellyfish

Size: bell up to 60cm across, tentacles up to 6m long Range: Alaska to California and in cold/temperate waters around the world Habitat: alternating between pelagic and benthic stages depending... Read More

Jul 20

Tropical Diving: Tips on Doing it Right!


Tropical water. It's what most people immediately associate with scuba diving. The warm water, fantastic marine life, and picturesque beaches all play a big part in this vision. Unfortunately, a... Read More