Here is part 2 in the most informative article you will ever read on how to conserve your air while scuba diving. We go in depth with 12 tips and techniques that you can use to dramatically increase your bottom times by not running out of air so quickly. Click here and dive right in!
Part 1 of the most in depth article you will ever read on how to save your air while scuba diving! Are tired of being the first one to the boat because you are running out of air faster than everyone else? Maybe your dive buddies are calling you an air hog? Dive in for maximum bottom time.
The PADI open water diver certification course consists of three essential pieces. After studying dive theory, and before diving in open water, you will learn and practice all of the scuba diving skills necessary to dive safely in conditions described as "confined water." Here's what you'll learn and how...
Scuba diving is an incredible experience, but to get the most out of diving, it is essential to begin with an open water (OW) course. In part one of our series about becoming a scuba diver, we introduce you to the open water certification process and give you tips for getting the most out of your course.
Divemasters are professional scuba divers tasked with the responsibility for planning dives and assisting divers. The Triple Sail Divemaster Training (DMT) program in Cozumel is a thorough course of practical experience and study, but to begin you must meet these requirements.
As a scuba diver you can escape the bonds of Earth's gravity and experience the freedom and exhilaration of weightless flight through the underwater world. You will witness the beauty and the reality of nature and behold sights viewed only by those with an adventurous heart. Are you ready?
A divemaster is a professional diver whose primary responsibility is to guide certified divers during a variety of dives and conditions. Additionally, they are professionals who are trained to assist diving instructors and have solid skills in diver safety and in-water rescue in the unlikely event someone experiences difficulties while diving.
Many of you have probably heard the old dive saying, “There are two types of divers; those that pee in their suit and those that lie about it!” This is usually the first response when a new diver is asking someone on a boat this question (myself included). It’s a reality that most will have to face at some point in their diving lifetime.