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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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.
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.
Even today, solo diving is a controversial subject among divers. Why would you dive alone? What are the pros and cons of solo diving?
Don’t underestimate the importance of a dive debriefing — a dive isn’t really over until you’ve talked it through. Here’s what you can learn from a thorough dive debriefing.
We’re about to open a can of worms by asking: are women better scuba divers than men?
We all love sharks and rays, but if you’re looking for something a little different, here are the most unique animals to scuba dive with.
Your body’s air spaces endure near-constant pressure changes when diving. What are the best methods for equalizing them?
With gear and travel, diving can be quite an expensive hobby. Here are five top hacks to make scuba diving more affordable for you.
If you’ve caught the diving bug, you likely want to get in the water every day. But if that isn’t an option, how often should you scuba dive to keep your skills fresh?
Scuba diving etiquette is important both underwater and topside to keep things flowing smoothly on a dive trip.
Hand signals are an integral part of any diver’s skill set but communicating while technical diving can be a bit more intense. Here are a few tools for recreational divers to borrow.
From your first pool session, you learn the importance of having a dive buddy. But what are the flaws in the buddy system?
Most divers agree that seeing a shark on a dive is a treat. Practicing safe behavior around sharks will help ensure a positive experience.
Many non-divers think of scuba as extreme. But many of us already hooked on the sport think of scuba diving as meditation.
You must exercise particular care when mixing scuba diving and altitude. Why is that? And how can altitude affect your dive trip?
As a new scuba diver you’ll begin to purchase your own scuba diving equipment. What’s the best way to handle post-dive equipment care?
Whether due to injury, money, time, illness, or off-season, there’ll likely be some months you’re landlocked. Here are 10 tips on what to do when you can’t dive.