After an Open Water Diver course you can sometimes be left feeling like there was something missing or maybe it was not complete. You’re looking at taking the next step they keep telling you to do but are not sure or even feeling prepared. For starters your Dive Instructor seemed to have it all so well down yet made it look so simple that you don’t feel like you really did that well?
BCD selection can be confusing, even for the most experienced divers. Words like integrated, rear inflator, non-integrated, modular, shoulder dump, quick release, harness and wing can sound sophisticated beyond
After putting all that work into becoming a certified diver, getting out diving afterwards can be oddly challenging. We’ve put together some helpful tips to get you started…
Beginner Diving Tips to Avoid Danger Safety is almost always at the forefront of any divers thinking, but occasionally and commonly even the most experienced and qualified enthusiasts find themselves in an uncomfortable situation. The inevitable will come for every diver when a little surprise catches them off guard and they need to re-group a […]
Future Proofing your Dive Gear Purchases It is hard when you start diving to imagine where you are going with this exciting activity. Some divers can’t see past the desire to catch a crayfish. If this is all you intend to do, stop reading this blog, you don’t have the imagination to really enjoy diving. […]
Dive Gear – Where to Start? Get your dive course off to a great start with some comfortable dive gear selected specifically for you. Get more out of your course knowing you’ve already got some of the essential gear. Save money on gear hire and dive with greater confidence and convenience. Our Beginners Dive Gear […]
Your first set of SCUBA Kit? Both experienced and new divers can easily become overcome with options when putting together a set of Scuba gear. Things like what Regulators to choose and when to get that Dive Computer return a variety of answers which are all correct. But what and when is best to purchase […]
Whether you are starting your SCUBA diving experience or an experienced re-breather diver, you need a dive mask..
The Wonders of Drysuit Diving Drysuits are heavy, uncomfortable, expensive and difficult to operate… Said somebody at some stage but have you ever dived one? Yes they do cost more than Wetsuits but will out-perform any wetsuit on any given day in all temperate diving conditions. They are convenient in that you don’t need to […]
Beginner Tips for safe diving. Safety is almost always at the forefront of any divers thinking, but occasionally and commonly even the most experienced and qualified enthusiasts find themselves in an uncomfortable situation. The inevitable will come for every diver when a little surprise catches them off guard and they need to re-group a little […]