Sidemount diving is becoming increasingly popular in the scuba community; those who have not experienced it should consider taking the PADI Sidemount Diver course. Sidemount refers to a special diving equipment configuration where the diver’s cylinders are carried at their side, rather than on the back. This provides greater flexibility, […]Read more ›
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Continued Education and Diving Deeper It feels like a life time ago, but only 10 months have passed since I was just your average Advanced Openwater Diver looking to progress their diving. Now as I sit here and type this my thoughts are already on my next trip to finish […]Read more ›
I don’t want to be a Tec Diver so what can Tec Diving do for me? Guest Blogger: Vikki Batten If you love to dive on reefs, take photos, enjoy diving in the sunlight bathed shallows or just want to enjoy easy relaxed diving you may think Tec Diving has […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›