How To Perform A Safety Check Before Scuba Diving

Pre-dive Buddy Check

Every diver that is ready to go for a dive with a friend should never get in the water without checking that all his diving equipment is correctly set. This procedure is called a buddy check because firstly you should not dive alone and secondly, it is easier to check things as a pair. In a pre-dive buddy check one diver will check the other making sure everything is right in a more efficient manner. Not to mention that it is a fun procedure that will keep both divers on the safe side.

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Diving Regulator Maintenance Tips

Do Not Neglect Your Scuba Equipment

Diving equipment is definitely not the cheapest accessory out there, yet your safety and even your life depend on some of this equipment. If they get damaged because of improper maintenance, not only will you lose the money invested into purchasing them but you can also put your safety in danger. One of the crucial parts of scuba equipment is the diving regulator.

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What is a Nitrogen Narcosis?

Scuba Diving Fenomena Nitrogen Narcosis Explained

Scuba diving is an amazing activity and a hobby worth pursuing for many reasons. However, as this sport is conducted in an underwater environment not natural to humans, there may be some risks attached. One of them is nitrogen narcosis. While it may sound like something fatal, this condition funnily enough gives you all the good sensations.

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How To Defog Your Diving Mask


There is nothing more exciting than a new diving trip. When the weather is perfect and everything runs smoothly, it appears like nothing will ruin your day. Well, that is until your diving mask gets foggy. In a few seconds, the beautiful underwater world disappears, as thin fog covers the lens of your mask, keeping you from seeing clearly. It can be a real bummer and ruin the entire excitement of a diving experience. Wish to know what can be done to prevent this from happening?

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What Is a Diving Logbook and Why You Should Keep It


A diving logbook is basically a small booklet with preprinted pages and columns where divers note information about their dives. Typically after a dive you would take information from your diving computer and write down data like date of the dive, dive number, dive site. To follow will be the information about weather and water conditions, the maximum and average depth, how long did the dive last and what equipment you used.

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How to build confidence in scuba diving

Find a Confidence on Your Dives

Scuba diving is a thrilling experience, allowing you to discover the wonders that lie beneath the water’s surface. Still, it is not an activity that should be taken lightly, because a proper level of preparation is needed to be safe while diving. Even with diving lessons, many people don’t feel too confident when they have to dive out into the sea, and not in the training pool.

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