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An Introduction To Tech Diving

An Introduction To Tech Diving

What Is Tech Diving? Tech diving (short for “technical”) is both a new branch of diving and a very old tradition. In essence Tech diving is a crossover of longstanding commercial diving techniques and modern recreational diving goals. A Tech diver will use very sophisticated dive methods and equipment that have been developed and refined […]

A Guide To The Ocean

A Guide To The Ocean

Know Your Ocean! I love to read facts about things, especially when it turns out that something that you take for granted is actually an astonishing force of nature. We all like the sea; some of us only like to watch it from the comfort of a cafe window or park bench, some of us […]

Dive Computers – Our Aquatic Personal Assistants

Dive Computers – Our Aquatic Personal Assistants

Computer Vs. Tables I tap my air gauge to indicate that I’d like to know my buddy’s air situation, he signals back that he’s still got over a hundred Bar, I look at my gauge and see that I’m also over a hundred, so I signal that we could head a little deeper to investigate […]

Deep Diving: An Introduction

Deep Diving: An Introduction

Why Go Deep? Diving manages to collect a massive variety of very different people together into one category: divers. Diving is a sport to some, to others it’s a hobby. I’ve met divers who are in it because it helps them keep fit and I have also met people who dive purely to escape their […]

Decompression Sickness

Decompression Sickness

What is DCS? Decompression Sickness is a term that you, as a diver, will hear mentioned many times throughout your diving career. It is a term used by professionals to describe the two main pressure related sicknesses that commonly afflict divers in an emergency situation: decompression sickness and lung over-expansion injuries. Decompression Sickness   Decompression […]

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