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White Birch Aquatic Center to Open on Saturday

White Birch Aquatic Center to Open on Saturday

Hot summer is on the doorstep and it’s high time to splash into it with the Opening Day of Hazelwood’s $ 5.7 million dollar White Birch Bay Aquatic Center, scheduled for this Saturday, May 26. Already in 2010 this aquatic center was one of 25 best-known water parks in all over the country and was […]

Wayne YMCA to Organize Scuba Diving Classes

It’s always a great pleasure for water sports enthusiasts to get a chance of learning diving. And there will hardly be anyone who will refuse such an opportunity, because exploring the awe-inspiring underwater world that we just see on TVs, is something that truly appeals and is sure to leave you breathless. For all those […]

Ten Ways To Care For Your Gear

Ten Ways To Care For Your Gear

Ten Ways To Care For Your Gear Scuba diving is very equipment intensive which has become a reason to dive in its own right; people like to buy, use and talk about gear. It makes diving fun and fashionable. It provides divers with a means to customize their dive experience. It provides people like me […]

College Station Middle School Students to have Diving Classes

College Station Middle School Students to have Diving Classes

Have you ever imagined having a scuba diving lesson at school, which will give you the unique chance to get pleasure and learn to dive at the same time? Some 100 creative 7th grade students in the College Station Middle School took a scuba diving lesson at the school’s natatorium on Wednesday. This was part […]

Diving at Flower Garden Banks National Sanctuary

Diving at Flower Garden Banks National Sanctuary

Dear Divers, welcome to the picture-perfect Flower Garden Banks National Sanctuary for an intermediate-to-advanced scuba diving experience — gigantic pelagic fish, shipwrecks, exclusive colorful corals, reef invertebrates, a plethora of reef-based sea life and more! Located some 110 miles off the Texas-Louisiana border, beneath the indigo-blue waters of the Northern Gulf of Mexico, the Flower […]

8 Hours Underwater with One Air Tank: Man Hopes to Break Guinness World Record

8 Hours Underwater with One Air Tank: Man Hopes to Break Guinness World Record

It is common knowledge that scuba diving is usually all about exploring underwater life but Mick Wheatley of Brisbane Dive Academy – a PADI 5 star instructor Development Centre in South East Queensland, will attempt to bit the longest scuba submergence on one oxygen cylinder, at the Ekka on August 17, remaining below water over […]

Diver Responsibility

Diver Responsibility

What is the diver responsible for? I hope to convey to new divers and those considering taking up this activity just what it is you are getting into.  I am giving careful thought to this as I write it in order to not be overly alarmist but still convey the seriousness of dive training and […]

So you want to learn to dive?

So you want to learn to dive?

There are some who say that all Open Water courses are basically the same. The fact is that they are not. There are major differences in a number of programs. You need to be honest with yourself and decide just how knowledgeable and skilled you wish to be at the end of your first class. […]

Tips on how to choose dive instructor

Tips on how to choose dive instructor

Choosing an Instructor- They do work for you! Many people choose an dive instructor with less thought than they give in choosing a new television. My question is why? A television does not hold your life in its hands. The instructor you choose in all reality does. Some do not even have a choice of […]

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 […]

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