New to Diving

How To Prevent A Foggy Dive Mask

There is nothing worse than starting a dive, and a few minutes in your mask starts to fog up. Once you’ve underwater all you can do to clear the fog is adding some water, flushing it over the lenses and…

Tips To Know Before Getting Scuba Certified

Getting your scuba certification should be fun and easy. Remember these tips before you take a scuba course to maximize your scuba experience. 1. Know the prerequisites for diving There are some age requirements you must meet before starting a scuba class.…

How To Orally Inflate Your BCD

There are several reason you could need to orally inflate your BCD. It is rare for your low pressure inflator hose to malfunction underwater however if it does you can always orally inflate your BCD to achieve neutral buoyancy. Before…

Free Flowing Regulator: Learn This Important Scuba Skill

Breathing from a free flowing regulator is one of the most important scuba skills you will learn during any scuba diving course. Our scuba regulator are designed to never fail, and if a regulator does malfunction, it will start to…

How to make a controlled descent while scuba diving

A controlled descent is an important first step for new scuba divers to learn. Once you have finished your pre-dive safety check and entered the water it is now time to perform a controlled descent. When we are in control…

Tips for scuba divers entering the water from a boat: Back Roll and Giant Stride

Boat diving is a fun and easy way to see new dive sites, and new divers often wonder what is the best way to enter then water from a boat. The truth is there is more than one good answer…

What is a Pre-Dive Safety Check And Why You Should Do One Before Every Dive

Pre-Dive Safety Check The Pre-Dive Safety check is an important skill you will learn on your first open water dive. This quick two minutes safety check is a good habit for every diver no matter your experience level. A pre-dive…

Breathing underwater, what you should know

Naturally, we can’t breathe underwater, so we use scuba equipment to explore the underwater world. First, you should learn to breathe from a regulator in confined water before breathing underwater in the ocean. Water is heavy, and although we can feel…

New To Diving: Tips For Perfect Buoyancy

Positively Buoyant  When you are floating in the water and you don’t need to kick and swim to keep your head above the surface of the water. You can become positively buoyant at the surface by fully inflating your BCD…

How To Clear Your Scuba Regulator Underwater

Clear Your Scuba Regulator Underwater Take a deep breath, relax, and exhale, clearing your regulator is that easy! Regulator clearing is the very first skills new divers will practice. First, your scuba instructor will take you to a confined water area like…