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Training

The Scuba Snobs’ Dive Etiquette Tip of the Week Tip #8: Use a dive flag

If you are an accomplished enough diver to go off on your own with a buddy and dive, it is important for you to use a dive flag.

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Training

The Scuba Snobs’ Dive Etiquette Tip of the Week Tip #7: Diving with “Instabuddy”

Talk to each other. Learn about each other’s experience level and last dive.

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New to Scuba

The Scuba Snobs’ Dive Etiquette Tip of the Week: Tip #6: Don’t crowd

If you see another diver looking at something or pointing or taking a photo and you are curious, then approach slowly.

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Training

The Scuba Snobs’ Dive Etiquette Tip of the Week Tip #5: Ask before helping

Welcomed help is a wonderful thing, but nothing is more annoying or potentially dangerous than having someone try and help without being asked.

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New stuff
Back-Roll Entry

Training Fundamentals: Perfecting Your Scuba Back-Roll Entry

The scuba back-roll entry should be as easy as falling off a boat, but what’s the best way to prepare and enter the water using a back-roll entry?
by Marcus Knight
Pygmy Seahorse

Marine Species: Pygmy Seahorse

One of the hardest critters to spot, the pygmy seahorse is a fascinating creature. Let’s look at a few attributes of this tiny yet spectacular animal.
by Hélène Reynaud
Yasawa Islands

Scuba Diving in Fiji’s Yasawa Islands

Fiji has a reputation as the friendliest country in the world and offers some fantastic diving. The Yasawa Islands are some of the best of the best.
by Guest Author
Lonely Whale

Conservation Spotlight: Lonely Whale

In this series of articles, we’ll profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we’re chatting with Emy Kane from Lonely Whale.
by Hélène Reynaud