10 Tips for Public Safety Divers There is a very big difference between recreational diving, and working as a diver. There are seemingly endless jobs that can be done underwater, but this list of 10 tips for public safety divers will help you in a wide […]
Dive Computers Don’t Actually Lie Few things are more annoying than being told what to do when you didn’t ask. Except maybe knowing that it was a lie. The US Navy Dive Tables are widely regarded as the base standard for all diving algorithm. Notice I […]
A Different World I signed up for a boat dive the week before it set sail. It was a two tank dive off of West Palm Beach, leaving after the sun had set. I am not the most experienced in ocean diving, let alone night diving […]
Cavern Diving I find it hard to believe that I have been back in the US for almost 4 months now. Time seems to just fly by now that I’m working. It’s been a challenge re-adapting to life in America. I still walk on the wrong […]
The Excellent Barrier Reef Overcast, drizzling, and hot is not the weather you want to go to the Great Barrier Reef with. Walking up to a giant 120+ ft catamaran, all enclosed with folding out platforms on 3 sides and rows of scuba tanks is how you […]
I’ve been studying for yet another adventure, on February 19th & 20th I will be doing my training for Rescue Diver, First Aid, CPR, O2 Provider and AED Course. After I finish the reading portion I’ll watch a movie and take a retention test at the dive […]