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Enhance Your Scientific Career With Scuba Diving Courses!

Enhance Your Scientific Career With Scuba Diving Courses!

Are you a marine biologist? Maybe you’re into the research of aquatic environments and their health. If you are, then scuba diving will be a great supplementary activity for you. You see, you’re dealing with organisms that live in oceans and seas. If you want to...

Padi SOLD for $700 Million

Padi SOLD for $700 Million

PADI WAS SOLD FOR $700 MILLION USD TO A COMPANY CALLED MANDARINFISH HOLDING In the month of March, the Wall Street Journal reported the sale of the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), the world’s largest scuba certifying agency. PADI was sold by...

How to become a Certified Scuba Diver

How to become a Certified Scuba Diver

Scuba diving is an immensely enjoyable underwater activity, one which everyone should experience in their lifetime and learn how to scuba dive is the only way to gain entry into this world of adventure and discovery. If you are thinking about becoming a professional...

A Short History of Scuba Diving

Humans have always had a consuming desire in going beneath the sea for centuries. Ancient manuscripts depict early divers and century old artifacts imply that people dove underneath the sea in search of jewellery such as pearls. The Greek historian, Herodotus tells...

Check out XS Scuba’s Switch Mask

Check out XS Scuba’s Switch Mask

Lens filters are used by underwater photographers to improve the colors in their videos dramatically, and until now, those filters could see better than the human eye. Well, today, the folks at XS Scuba have come up with technology to help divers see better: the new...

Choosing Where to Travel as a Scuba Diver

Choosing Where to Travel as a Scuba Diver

One of the wonders of scuba diving is the possibility of practice. You can use your scuba diving expertise in a multitude of locations and shorelines. You can explore many ecosystems, getting to see a variety of marine life. Thus, you shouldn’t really fret about a...

Pre Dive Safety Check : BWRAF

Pre Dive Safety Check : BWRAF

Scuba diving is a highly enjoyable and fun activity, but despite this obvious fact, scuba diving can sometimes be a dangerous sport if the basic safety rules are not followed correctly. This is why there are safety precautions to be adhered to before, during and after...

The International Cave Diving Conference 

The International Cave Diving Conference 

Another fun and popular diving event is the International Cave Diving Conference. It is the most awaited event for those scuba divers who are looking for some sort of adrenaline rush. It is also a great opportunity for every avid scuba diver to be taught about the...

The Great Northern Dive Show

The Great Northern Dive Show

 The Great Northern Dive Show was the new, monumentally different and energizing event that is above than any other dive shows or exhibitions in the United Kingdom. They have reinvented the way a show must be presented and for the 2nd year with now, any financial...

What is liveaboard diving?

What is liveaboard diving?

What do you mean by liveaboard? Well, it can mean spending your time on the boat and live in it just like the way you do with your real house. It can be hard for you to imagine how life could be when you choose to live in a boat for a day or two but this is definitely...

Types of Oxygen Toxicity

Types of Oxygen Toxicity

Oxygen toxicity happens when divers expose themselves to high concentrations of oxygen when they five to extreme depths or use gas mixtures. Oxygen toxicity affects two types of persons and this article looks at the two major types of oxygen toxicity common among...

What Scuba Tank Gas Mixture Do Divers Use?

What Scuba Tank Gas Mixture Do Divers Use?

The air which we breathe is composed of several gases. It is a mixture of mainly nitrogen and oxygen with trace amounts of carbon dioxide, argon, and other gases. Scuba tanks contain mixtures of different gases and this is what allows divers reach further depths below...

Oxygen Toxicity and Scuba Diving

Oxygen Toxicity and Scuba Diving

Oxygen toxicity is a condition which affects divers who expose themselves to high concentrations of oxygen by diving deep or using mixed gasses. Recreational divers who adhere to safety guidelines and follow the limits of recreational diving have little or no chance...

Our Senses Underwater

Our Senses Underwater

Underwater diving involves having to deal with an environment that is not natural to us and although we take showers, bathe and even go swimming, diving is an entirely different ballgame altogether. Humans are not designed to breathe underwater, and water is...

Underwater Visibility

Underwater Visibility

Visibility is an estimation of water’s clarity and is described as the distance a diver can see horizontally. Most divers abbreviate visibility colloquially as “viz,” and it is given in units of distance such as “sixty feet of viz.” WHAT FACTORS AFFECT VISIBILITY...

Nitrogen Narcosis: The Martini Effect

Nitrogen Narcosis: The Martini Effect

Nitrogen narcosis or inert gas narcosis is a condition that many divers are at risk of when performing deeper dives. Often it begins at around 30 meters (10 feet) of water. In the US, divers refer to nitrogen narcosis as “the martini effect” or “Martini’s Law” as the...

Buddy System Breakdown & Safety Tips

Buddy System Breakdown & Safety Tips

In open water diving, the buddy system is critical for safe diving. For safety purposes, diving is done in groups, and this is the idea behind the buddy system where divers are placed in groups of two’s, and each person is supposed to watch out for the other. In a...

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