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WHY YOU CAN’T WAIT UNTIL YOUR BIG $$ TRIP TO CHECK YOUR DIVE GEAR // DIVE TRIP TIP // DeepWaterHappy

via IFTTT Links to "Can't Live Without" for Dive Travel The following are links to items we have purchased from Amazon. Using my links does not increase your price, but I might receive a small commission of the sale, which allows me to keep publishing! Thank you! Tough Rolling Duffle ...
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Water Activated Night Dive Tank Lights

Reduce your single-use plastic, eliminate piles of batteries, and enjoy a water-activated reusable tank lite for night dives! I’m sharing several ecoconscious, reusable, plastic-reducing water activated lights for your tank for night dives. Truly, I simply cannot believe we just recently learned about these. While we've always used snap sticks ...
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Your Thoughts on Dive Safety Are Valid

My Perspective on Dive Safety As a sailing instructor, I’m very used to stepping onto someone else’s boat and operating it immediately. However, there are some aspects of diving that are important to me and my dive partner that we will not leave the dock before we check and consider ...
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Evaluating a Dive Boat For Safety

My Perspective on Safety Dive boat safety is a concern to me because in addition to being a SCUBA diver, I also am a licensed captain. I hold a 100 ton U.S. Coast Guard captains license, and have over 25 years' sailing instruction experience. I love to be a prepared ...
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Don’t Make These Scuba Diver “Pet Peeves” Mistakes

Ultimate "Divers' Pet Peeves List" 1. The Unprepared Diver The unprepared diver is one who is not ready. They show up late, and miss the briefing. Most likely they did not research the dive, and they don't know the planned depths. Maybe they talk loudly during the safety briefing. They ...
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Don’t Break Dive Boat Etiquette

When you begin diving, sometimes you're unsure how to follow the etiquette in your new situation; the dive boat. It can be a bit intimidating, getting on a boat with a group of seasoned divers. Here's a quick run-through on some things to consider. Etiquette on the Boat Be on ...
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