Congratulations to Kristoffer Blixt for finishing his technical videography course with Aron Daniel Arngrimsson at Team Blue Immersion.
Most have you have heard about, and many have seen, and some ridden on a tourist submarine.
Planning a dive trip to Florida, or thinking of combining your advanced open water certifications with a family vacation?
They key to free-diving is a word in the name itself: free.
Located approximately about 1.5 miles off shore of Grand Bahama Island, west of Silver Point, in just over 100 feet of water lies Theo’s Wreck.
I did learn from that mistake though, and made wiser choices in the future.
You don’t generally associate the sport of Scuba Diving with World Records.
“Freedom Scuba USA is the best-kept diving secret in New York,” says owner and founder Carl Sanfilippo. That might seem like a bold statement, but Carl has a lot to back it up.
Apart from the obvious lure of taking my first breaths underwater, the art of wreck diving is what drove me to pursue my now favorite activity – scuba diving.
A few months ago, my wife Debbie and I dove in Akumal, Mexico. We had fabulous weather, great viz, and easy diving.
I’ve been reading a lot of comments lately on various on-line scuba sites about helpful dive masters, pain in the neck dive masters, overbearing and restrictive dive masters, and dive masters who are barely present.
Fins. We all need them, us divers. They come in all shapes and sizes. Moderate, shorter, extra long, vented, split, flexible, stiff, full fin, strapped… not to mention the strap variations.
We all make mistakes throughout our lives, but most of the time we live to tell about them and hopefully learn something from them.
With 135 wet suit dives, a PADI Rescue Diver certification and a plane ticket back to the West Coast of Canada, it was time that I took the inevitable step towards becoming a Dry Suit Diver.
Hello form Colorado! My name is Leeds Butcher. Along with my two great fiends, Videographer Adam Dorfman and Diver Jeremy Fishinger, we would like to invite you along on a shark awareness dive we recently did in April of 2012 in St Maarten with Ocean Explorers.
Jill Heinerth loves the places where her friends have gone to die.