Diving

Become a Enriched Air Diver

Become a Enriched Air Diver

19 March, 2013 at 12:50 am 0 comments

Enriched Air Diver For divers wanting to bring their underwater adventures to the next level, enriched air nitrox (EANx) has plenty of benefits. One of the biggest reasons that divers use EANx is because it can extend bottom time. What is EANx? The typical air humans breath is approximately 79 […]

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Mine Diving in Sweden

Mine Diving in Sweden

18 March, 2013 at 2:01 am 0 comments

Mine Diving in Sweden By Guest Blogger Chris Haslam  Photos by Patrik Pdyk Juhlin and Chris Haslam   Nearly one year ago I set off for another diving adventure around the globe leaving behind my home turf of Cairns, Australia. It is a slow journey taking me to the many […]

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Video of the week: Sidemount Cavern Diving – Chac Mool

Video of the week: Sidemount Cavern Diving – Chac Mool

17 March, 2013 at 2:23 am 0 comments

This weeks video of the week, comes from Cenotes, Mexico.   A Cenote is is a deep natural pit or sink hole.   The area offers a wealth of great diving and for those with the correct training  some amazing dives.     Why not also check out our great blog […]

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New Underwater Simulation Game – Infinite Scuba – Launches Today

New Underwater Simulation Game – Infinite Scuba – Launches Today

12 March, 2013 at 1:30 pm 0 comments

Get ready to explore the underwater world with a new Windows PC and MacOS simulation game geared towards all water enthusiasts.  The PADI organization, along with DEMA (The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association,  Mission Blue (the Sylvia Earle Alliance) and 20 scuba equipment manufacturers, including SCUBAPRO, Body Glove, Oceanic and […]

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A brief look at the evolution of SCUBA

A brief look at the evolution of SCUBA

8 March, 2013 at 5:49 am 0 comments

Scuba diving has evolved through many stages with many experimental scuba diving apparatuses. SCUBA is an acronym for “Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus”. Early attempts at diving gear consisted of an air pump and diving barrel which allowed air to be pumped to the diver. In 1825 the English Inventor, William […]

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PADI Recreational Sidemount diving

PADI Recreational Sidemount diving

4 March, 2013 at 7:55 am 1 comment

PADI Recreational Sidemount diving With sidemount diving gaining in popularity and gaining more mainstream exposure, I decided it was time to check it out myself. Having the opportunity to attend a PADI Tec Explorer event at Team Blue Immersion, Dahab, Egypt. I jumped at the chance to take the recreational PADI Sidemount […]

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