Should We Analyse Our Air Tanks?

One of the most important points we learn in the Enriched Air Diver course is that we must always analyse our nitrox tanks in order to verify the oxygen content. We are taught this very…

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Myth: Experienced Divers Use Less Air

Arguably the biggest misconception in scuba diving is the notion that the less you breathe, the better diver you are. I’ve witnessed – as I’m sure you have, too – many divers bragging about how…

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5 Reasons to Use Checklists in Scuba Diving

We’ve all had the experience of being halfway to the dive site and realising that you’ve forgotten something that you can’t dive without, be it your computer or even your fins. In any case, asking…

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Dive Clips/ Boltsnaps – What Are They Used For and How?

Clips were originally used in scuba diving in the same way that they are used by climbers and cavers – to secure items to their harnesses. Dry cavers mainly used carabiner clips that were strong…

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How to Write a CV for a Diving Job

It’s easy to find out how to become a dive professional, you only need to search on Google and you will come across hundreds of links on information about Divemaster courses and IDCs (instructor development…

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