Mar 072012
 
MASK CLEARING TUTORLIAL

MASK CLEARING TIPS The mask clearing skill is one of the most important skills to master when scuba diving. Virtually any scuba mask, no matter how good and fit to your face will flood a bit during a dive, making mask clearing second nature to experienced scuba divers. Why learning mask clearing? Where to practice […]

Mar 072012
 
5 POINT BUOYANCY CHECK TUTORIAL

5 POINT BUOYANCY CHECK- OPTIMIZE WEIGHT CARRIAGE Buoyancy checks are important steps in scuba diving, allowing us to minimize weight carriage helping us saving effort and energy, minimizing environment and equipment damage and generally recommended for safer more pleasant dive experience. When should I complete a buoyancy check? How to perform a buoyancy check Buoyancy […]

Mar 062012
 
CONTROLLED EMERGENCY SWIMMING ASCENT

Out of Air and All By Yourself The Controlled Emergency Swimming Ascent (C.E.S.A) skill trains you to an unlikely out of air emergency event where you cannot reach your buddy for help. Mastering the Controlled Emergency Swimming Ascent is an important stem into becoming a more confident skilled scuba diver. learning Controlled Emergency Swimming Ascent […]

Mar 062012
 
HOVERING

SCUBA DIVING HOVERING TIPS Hovering- Hanging motionless in mid water. It really feels like being out in space. You can’t really call yourself a scuba diver before mastering hovering. Your whole scuba diving experience will change once you finally get it right. Master hovering with this step by step hovering tutorial What does hovering mean? […]

Mar 052012
 
ALTERNATE AIR SOURCE

ALTERNATE AIR SOURCE- RUNNING OUT OF AIR UNDERWATER Alternate Air Source is a scuba divers first option in a response to an out of air emergency. Find out how to maser this skill with this simple step by step tutorial. What is Alternate Air Source Ascent? Alternate Air Source Skill Objectives Where to practice Alternate […]

Mar 052012
 
FIN PIVOT

FIN PIVOT TIPS AND TRICKS The first buoyancy control skill normally taught by Scuba Instructors is the Fin Pivot skill. It’s easy, fundamental and introduces concepts such as Negative Buoyancy, Neutral Buoyancy and Positive Buoyancy and achieving them changing our breathing pattern. What is fin pivot? Why fin pivot? Where to practice fin pivot? How […]

Mar 032012
 
MASK REMOVAL TUTORIAL

MASK REMOVAL SKILL TIPS The mask removal skill is considered by most scuba divers as one of the hardest one, mainly due to the exposure to salt water on eyes and nose. Through practice and by using some of the provided tips you should be able to remove your mask easily. Why learning mask removal? […]

Mar 012012
 
SCUBA DIVING TIPS AND TUTORIALS

EASY, STEP BY STEP TIPS TO HELP YOU IMPROVE YOUR DIVE SKILLS Scuba diving has consistently been increasing its popularity over the years. The scuba diving market such as scuba gear, dive destinations, dive centers courses and much more is on the rise. Such a huge variety can sometimes be overwhelming, for instance, questions such […]

Feb 202012
 

Things to check before scuba diving Getting ready for the scuba diving begins way before we’re fully equipped and are ready to go. It actually starts before we even leave home, when checking for the dive destination, booking a dive operator, though grabbing the suitable scuba equipment, and documentations, and finally ends during the final […]

Feb 082012
 
OPEN WATER COURSE SKILLS TIPS

MASTER THE OPEN WATER SCUBA SKILLS. Scuba Diving is easily figured out when divided into key elements, or open water skills. These open water skills will follow a diver whenever he dives, and prepare you to handle the most simple tasks underwater, and emergency situations that ,if trained right, you should easily avoid. On the […]

Jan 262012
 

SCUBA DOCUMENTATIONS – ALL PAPERWORK NEEDED FOR SCUBA DIVING An important and sometimes forgotten part of scuba diving and traveling preparations are proper documentations and paperwork. To make things easy for you, we’ve summed up all necessary documents needed to be arranged prior to going on a scuba diving trip, or joining scuba diving course. […]

Jan 142012
 
SAFETY STOP TIPS

Scuba Safety Stop :Minimizing Decompression Risks Safety stop is an essential part of the dive when scuba diving , completed at the last 3 minutes of the dive at 3 meters/15th. It is highly recommended to complete a safety stop at the end of each dive. Find out everything your need to know about the […]

Jan 132012
 
SCUBA DIVING BUOYANCY TIPS: BUOYANCY FACTORS

What Factors Affect Buoyancy Control? 1. Buoyancy and water salinity 2. Scuba Gear and buoyancy control. 3. Buoyancy control and air consumption 4.Buoyancy control and physical condition 5. Buoyancy control and Breathing 6. Buoyancy control and Depth. 7. Buoyancy Control and Multilevel Dives 1. Buoyancy and water salinity: salt water consists of more particles and […]

Mar 042010
 
RUNNING OUT OF AIR WHILE SCUBA DIVING

How to Avoid and Deal with Running Out of Air There’s really no reason you ever find yourself running our or air. As long as you monitor you pressure gauge, and plan your dive correctly you should have enough air to finish a dive after a safety stop and a slow safe ascent to the […]

Mar 042010
 

10 Tips to Decrease Air Consumption and Dive Longer There are very few more frustrating occurrences in scuba diving as having to abort the dive due to lack of air, while everybody else is still having fun down there. Being able to save air as you dive is one of the most important steps to […]

Mar 032010
 
WEIGHT A MINUTE! ESTIMATING WEIGHTS FOR SCUBA DIVING IN A MINUTE

Estimating the Right Amount of Weights for Scuba Diving Being properly weighted is one of the key elements in scuba diving. Through a few simple steps you can make your dive easier, longer and safer. Let’s run though the benefits of being properly weighted and how it’s done. Being Underweight: If you’ve underestimated the weights […]