Category: New to Scuba

Regulator
New to Scuba Resources

Buying Your First Regulator

There’s lots to consider when it comes to buying your first regulator. How deep will you dive, and in what conditions? Here’s our guide to choosing wisely.

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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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Solo Diving
New to Scuba Training

Training Fundamentals: Pros and Cons of Solo Diving

Even today, solo diving is a controversial subject among divers. Why would you dive alone? What are the pros and cons of solo diving? 

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New stuff
Think Pink

Dive into the Pink Announces 2018 Think Pink Photo Competition

Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink announces the second annual Think Pink photo competition.
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Alternatives to Anchoring

Green Fins IYOR 2018 Campaign Part 2: Alternatives to Anchoring

Anchoring on a reef causes damage not only to the natural environment but also potentially to divers. Here are some alternatives to anchoring.
by Guest Author
Save the Ocean

Seven Steps You Can Take to Help Save the Ocean

Although the problems may seem insurmountable, you can help save the ocean through direct action. Here are seven steps you can take today.
by Chris Vyvyan-Robinson
Best Kelp Dives

World’s Best Kelp Dives

Diving in kelp has been likened to diving in an underwater forest. Here are our picks for the world’s best kelp dives.
by Chris Vyvyan-Robinson