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The dangers of sharing gear and not seeking proper dive training for every dive.

One Diver Too Many

The dangers of sharing gear and not seeking proper dive training for every dive.

Becoming a certified ice diver in Switzerland - World Adventure Divers - ice diving, scuba diving training, Swiss Alps, Lake Lioson - https://worldadventuredivers.com/2014/02/23/becoming-a-certified-ice-diver-in-switzerland/

Becoming a certified ice diver in Switzerland

Becoming a certified ice diver in Switzerland - World Adventure Divers - ice diving, scuba diving training, Swiss Alps, Lake Lioson - https://worldadventuredivers.com/2014/02/23/becoming-a-certified-ice-diver-in-switzerland/

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Scuba Diving Training Tips: Alone and Out of Air

Inadequate gear as well as a lack of training and preparation lead to trouble when this buddy dive team try to retrieve a lost anchor. Scuba diving safety tips and accidents

Lessons for Life: Weighed Down

Inadequate gear as well as a lack of training and preparation lead to trouble when this buddy dive team try to retrieve a lost anchor. Scuba diving safety tips and accidents

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5 Diving Tips for Saving Air

Discover 5 diving tips to help you stretch your tank and maximize your bottom time.

A real diver never stops learning and growing. Here are 10 bits of gold from PADI dive professionals for honing your skills, improving your performance and having more fun down below. 1- Learn to make good go/no-go decisions. If you don't feel comfortable, don't go. If you don't want to go deep, don't. Todd Ketterman — Adventure Scuba (New York, New York) 2- Keep a log. It’s an invaluable tool whether you have 5 or 500 dives. It's not only a living record of your experiences; it’s also a…

10 Scuba Diving Training Tips

How to calculate a scuba weight belt::The amount of weight required to safely descend at the start of a dive and to maintain a safety stop at the end of a dive is not limited to what is installed on a weight belt. Proper weighting depends on many variables such as exposure suit type and thickness, tank composition and diver experience, in addition to body weight:

How to Calculate a Scuba Weight Belt

How to calculate weight. Proper weighting depends on many variables such as exposure suit type and thickness, tank composition and diver experience, in addition to body weight.

Would you know what to do if you are stranded in open water after a dive? Here are five tips that just might save your life.

Dive Training: 5 Tips to Remember if You're Left Behind

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Geoff Walpole learns to dive the Megalodon rebreather in Cyprus with instructor Peter Crane.

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Dive Gear Maintenance Made Easy

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