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Toxic Critters

Toxic Critters

30 October, 2015 at 2:30 am Comments are Disabled

Look but don’t touch should be a solid mantra for every diver, and if preventing distress to marine life wasn’t already a good enough reason, take a look at this list of creatures that pack a nasty punch for those who dare to mess with them…. #1 Fire Coral Where: […]

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Improve Your Diving by Practicing These Skills on Land: Part 2

Improve Your Diving by Practicing These Skills on Land: Part 2

12 October, 2015 at 4:05 am Comments are Disabled

In our recent post, Improve Your Diving by Practicing These Skills on Land Part 1, we discussed navigation, fitness, and photography. But wait – there’s more! Part 2 goes over more things you can practice on land that will enhance your time underwater. Dive Reels and Lines If you have […]

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EFR Training in Action: PADI Diver Performs Amazing Self-Rescue After Motorcycle Accident

EFR Training in Action: PADI Diver Performs Amazing Self-Rescue After Motorcycle Accident

23 September, 2015 at 7:53 am Comments are Disabled

  Interview and guest blog by Jo Walters. “First I want to start with my name, Jacob J Ashley. I have been certified as a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver for more than one and a half years. I’m also Enriched Air/Nitrox certified and this spring I was able to complete […]

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My PADI Rescue Diver Course

My PADI Rescue Diver Course

20 September, 2013 at 1:50 am Comments are Disabled

PADI Rescue Diver = Confident, Responsible & Prepared.  (And a bit tired as well!) Divers who have completed their PADI Rescue Diver Course always talk about the course being the most rewarding, and often the most demanding, PADI course they complete. Instructors also tell us how much they enjoy teaching it. As […]

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In an Emergency, Are You Prepared to Respond?

In an Emergency, Are You Prepared to Respond?

15 June, 2013 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Responsible divers know how to respond to emergencies – just in case.  Statistics show you’re more likely to give first aid to someone you know than a stranger. When minutes count, you’ll be the person to give the necessary aid to a family member, dive buddy or co-workers, before Emergency […]

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