There’s a life hack out there for everything these days — including diving. Awaken your inner MacGyver (or MacDiver?) with these simple solutions for common diving problems.
In the Water
Modern gender-specific dive gear has improved significantly, with manufacturing companies tailoring women’s equipment to fit the female body.
Breathing like this also lowers your heart rate, which will help your air consumption.
It can be incredibly difficult to pass up the chance to get in the water, but remember your safety must always be the top priority.
At the start of the dive you should be overweight by the same amount as the weight of gas in your cylinders.
If you’re new to the sport or haven’t dived in a while, here are a few areas for you to think about and practice.
Proper equalization is essential when it comes to maintaining your ear health during a long diving career. Follow these tips to make it easier.
Underwater geocaching is fun for both newly qualified and experienced divers since most of the caches are easily accessible to everyone.
Spend a moment remembering your first diving experience, and all the reasons it made you want to become a diver.
Here’s a look at some of the coolest new scuba-related products on the market, each of which is worthy of a place on your gift list.
Fluorescent dives (or fluo dives) bring out the bio-luminescence of underwater life at night, resulting in a truly magical marine experience. Here’s what you need to know.
Calculating your air consumption is the key to better dive planning
The more you chase after knowledge when it comes to diving, the more rewarding, memorable and fulfilling your time underwater will be.
Most accidents result not from the inherent danger of our sport, but from diver error. Here are a few of the best ways to avoid diving accidents.
Read on for a brush-up on boat entrance techniques and a few tips on making them work best for you.
Practicing your buoyancy is key to developing good dive skills: this collection of exercises will help you improve.
You might think that adding an additional tank and having a completely different configuration from the normal single-tank back-mount BCD is going to be complicated and difficult to learn, but it’s really not.
The signature feature of most dive clubs is their ability to add a new dimension to your diving experience.