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Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
Training History In the Water

Scuba Diving in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory

The NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory trains astronauts for space, but not without the help of a team of dedicated scuba divers.

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diver propulsion vehicle
Training In the Water

Diver Propulsion Vehicle Training

Using a diver propulsion vehicle underwater means you can cover far more territory on each dive. How do you use one safely?

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new divemaster
Training In the Water

You’re a Brand New Divemaster — Now What?

Now that you’ve achieved the divemaster certification, you’ve got lots of options, from employment to volunteering or continuing education.

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Ice Diving
Training Stories In the Water

Ice Diving at Morrison’s Quarry          

The protocols for ice diving are much like those for cave diving. And while frigid waters combined with an overhead environment aren’t for everyone, for many, ice diving is an exciting way to push their boundaries.

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New stuff

Fiji Siren Lost at Sea

In a still-developing story, Worldwide Dive and Sail has confirmed that the Fiji Siren has been lost at sea, luckily with no loss of life.
by Rebecca Strauss
Wakatobi Dive Resort

Top of the Reef at Wakatobi Dive Resort

You don’t need to go deep at Wakatobi Dive Resort to see something spectacular.
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Shearwater Landing on Deepblu Connect

Leading Innovative Tech Diving Company becomes the Third to Integrate
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dive against debris

What is Dive Against Debris?

Diving against debris not only has the obvious positive effects for marine life and our ocean but is also now helping drive policy changes for a cleaner future.
by Hayley-Jo Carr