Scuba diving is extremely safe when you’ve learned the right skills and have the right attitude. Part of that is knowing when to skip a dive. When and why would you do so?
It’s a common debate among divers: to keep or not to keep a dive log. Do you log your dives? Why is (or isn’t) logging dives important?
A divemaster qualification is usually the first step for a dive career. What are the qualities of a good divemaster?
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?
In many parts of the world the easiest way to dive is from the shore. Here are our tips for executing a successful shore entry.
Drift diving can be effortless or challenging, depending on the dive site. Here are our top tips for staying safe when drift diving.
The giant stride entry is one of the most common for divers. What’s the best way execute a giant stride, and what pitfalls should you avoid?
Returning to the boat or shore early if you’ve run low on air is disappointing. How can you make your air last longer when diving?
Clearing your mask is a fundamental dive skill. How can you make the process simpler and more efficient?
With so many styles and variations, buying the right dive fins can be a challenge. Here’s our guide to choosing wisely.
When it’s time end your dive, you want to follow safe ascent procedures to travel from depth to positive buoyancy at the surface
Congratulations, you’ve just completed your Open Water Diver course. Here are some of our top tips for new scuba divers.
Safe scuba diving entries and exits are key to a good day of diving. In the second of a two-part series, we’ll discuss exiting the water.
Safe scuba diving entries and exits are key to a good day of diving. In a two-part series, we’ll discuss both, beginning with entering the water.
Even today, solo diving is a controversial subject among divers. Why would you dive alone? What are the pros and cons of solo diving?
Your body’s air spaces endure near-constant pressure changes when diving. What are the best methods for equalizing them?
Scuba diving is statistically very safe, but whenever we dive there is the small possibility of decompression sickness (DCS). What are the signs and symptoms?
Scuba diving is statistically very safe, but as with any adventurous activity, there are risks. What’s the best way to avoid diving accidents?