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Children: Should They Be Allowed to Dive?

Children: Should They Be Allowed to Dive?

Today I have chosen a rather difficult and disputable topic to speak about. People all over the world still doubt whether children should be allowed to dive or not. Well, let us discuss. The truth is that scuba diving is really a very difficult and risky occupation for all. One should thoroughly realize the seriousness […]

Unforgettable impressions during Night Dive

Unforgettable impressions during Night Dive

As you know there are different types of scuba diving. Each one has its own characteristic features and peculiarities. Each type is full of unforgettable moments and impressions. However, nothing can be compared with a night dive ( just my opinion , feel free to disagree 😉  ) . Scuba diving at night is something […]

Scuba Diving Tips: Improve Your Skills

Scuba Diving Tips: Improve Your Skills

Scuba diving is a real joy for the people who like to lead extreme and interesting lifestyle full of fearful and dangerous moments. However, the reality is that not every man can lead such a lifestyle and not every man can become a scuba diver. In order to be a good scuba diver one should […]

Dive safety checklist according PADI

Dive safety checklist according PADI

“A danger foreseen is half avoided” Divers should limit their depths according to their training, certification level, and experience. Regardless of level of training, any increase in diving depth should be incremental. Further training and/or supervision is needed when diving in a new type of environment. Avoid overweighting; carry out a buoyancy check whenever using […]

Seasickness : Prevention and Treatment of Sea-sickness

Seasickness : Prevention and Treatment of Sea-sickness

Seasickness Seasickness is a form of motion sickness characterized by a feeling of nausea and in some cases, vertigo, experienced after spending time on a craft on water. * Take a pill. All medicines (eg, Dramarine, Bonine, Marazine and others) have similar effects and side-effects. It is proven that during sea-sickness a very strong effect […]

How to Ascent after scuba diving

How to Ascent after scuba diving

All good things come to an end, and at some point your dive will be over. Ascending at the end of a dive should be carried out with great care. This is the part of the dive where decompression sickness can develop, so your ascent must not be hurried. When to ascend ? Dives often […]

Scuba Diving Safety Rules and Tips (Part 2)

Scuba Diving Safety Rules and Tips (Part 2)

Please note this blog post is second part , if you’ve not read the first part please visit the link below Scuba Diving Safety Rules and Tips (Part 1) EXPERIENCE IN DIVING It is natural that according to the experience of the diver depends to what kind of diving he is prepared for, and to […]

Scuba Diving Safety Rules and Tips (Part 1)

Scuba Diving Safety Rules and Tips (Part 1)

The best way of solving the problem is not letting it occurred! The major stage on a way to achieve it is the planning the dive. With the help of competent planning it is possible to avoid misunderstanding and incidents, leading to the accident. Each dive even if it is only a usual one, should […]

Scuba Diving Knives are Safety tools …

Scuba Diving Knives are Safety tools …

Scuba Diving Knives are important safety tools for divers and not tools for self-defense. They are not designed for struggling against sharks or with any other marine animal. A divers knife is an essential safety tool that a diver carries just in case the need may arise to cut through an entanglement ( and not […]

Is it worth to worry seeing a shark during diving

Is it worth to worry seeing a shark during diving

The existing global statistics about attacks of sharks are not entirely reliable as It has been changed significantly over the past decade. If we talk about the average value, then it is about nine unprovoked shark attacks per year. Slightly less than 20% of them are fatal cases. In other words, a few million dives […]

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