Category: Training

Pre-Dive Stress
New to Scuba Training

Dealing with Pre-Dive Stress

From unfamiliar tasks to diving in a challenging environment, many different factors can cause pre-dive stress. Here’s how to handle it.

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Scuba Diving Entries and Exits
In the Water New to Scuba Training

Safe Scuba Diving Entries and Exits Part II: Exiting the Water

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.

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technical diving for girls
New to Scuba Tec Diving Training

Technical Diving for Girls: Revisited

If scuba is an adventure sport, tech diving is the extreme-sport equivalent. We’ve discussed technical diving for girls before, but it’s time to take another look.

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Mastering the Art of Scuba Diving
Training

Five Signs You’re Mastering the Art of Scuba Diving

Just as with any skill or hobby, the more you practice, the better you’ll likely become. Here are five signs you’re mastering the art of scuba diving.

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New stuff
Pride Month

Celebrate National Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month with #PrideInTheOcean

NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and Pride Outside teamed up to celebrate Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month through the #PrideInTheOcean campaign.
by Guest Author
search for the Roanoke

The Search for the Roanoke Continues

The search for the Roanoke continues off the coast of Bermuda, this time with the help of Philippe and Ashlan Cousteau.
by Guest Author
Pre-Dive Stress

Dealing with Pre-Dive Stress

From unfamiliar tasks to diving in a challenging environment, many different factors can cause pre-dive stress. Here’s how to handle it.
by Yvonne Press
Picnic for Divers

The Perfect Picnic for Divers

Surprise your buddies with the perfect picnic for divers with our top picks for a fun, scuba-themed day out of the water
by Beth McCrea