Category: Training

Tec Diving Training

Zero to Hero Technical Dive Training — Does it Work?

Going from “zero to hero” as a diver means moving from an Open Water diver to a professional in a very short space of time. But how does it work in the tech diving world?

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New to Scuba Training

The Proper Role of a Dive Guide

The proper role of dive guides is not to keep you safe, but rather to assess the safety and suitability of the dive site and act as a tour guide.

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Surface Marker Buoy
Training

Choosing the Right Surface Marker Buoy

Every diver should carry some sort of surface marker buoy, but what should you look for when buying one? Here are some of the most common features.

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Vertigo When Scuba Diving
Health In the Water New to Scuba Training

How to Prevent Vertigo When Scuba Diving

Vertigo when scuba diving means a strange spinning sensation, despite being mostly static in the water. How can you prevent it?

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New stuff

Five Top Dive Sites in Koh Tao

Koh Tao is famous for raucous parties and white, sandy beaches. But the diving is pretty great too. Here are five of the top dive sites in Koh Tao.
by Guest Author

Top Tips to Mark and Identify Your Scuba Gear

If you’re worried about getting your equipment mixed up with someone else’s on a dive trip, here are our top tips to mark and identify your scuba gear.
by Hélène Reynaud

Dive Site: Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia

One of the most popular dive sites around Bali, Crystal Bay is famous for mola-mola sightings, currents and gorgeous reefs.
by Hélène Reynaud

Scuba Diving With a Hangover

It’s getting late the night before your dive, but your new buddy suggests one more cocktail. What are the implications of scuba diving with a hangover?
by Guest Author