There’s no question among advanced and technical divers who have been down to the wreck of the USCG Duane, that this is one of the great dive wrecks in the Key Largo area.
At around 120 feet, it’s a deeper wreck and you need to be an experienced diver to do this one. Continue reading
There’s not too many things more annoying than having a leaking mask when scuba diving.
Being one of the less expensive items of gear you will buy as a newbie scuba diver, sometimes means that your mask is purchased before you really know what you should be looking for.
Although a small leak is annoying, a badly fitted mask could lead to a dangerous situation if not fitted correctly.
Are you looking to buy your first diving computer, or want to upgrade to one with more features?
Here’s my summary of the best selling dive computers currently available based on their price and functionality. Products don’t become best sellers unless they’re good products. The dive computers on the list below are all good quality and reliable.
Mention Australia and images of wide open spaces, seemingly endless, empty sun kissed beaches, Hugh Jackman, and wildlife that’s determined to kill you, is what generally comes to mind.
If you’re thinking of getting your Scuba Open Waters Diver (OWD) certificate, why not make a holiday of it and take advantage of the warm tropical waters of Northern Australia.
You’ve already spent a small fortune on your scuba equipment, so why wouldn’t you spend the time to clean and maintain your gear properly?
Cleaning your gear correctly will keep it reliable and in good condition for years to come.
Regular care and maintenance also reduces the likelihood of equipment failure that could lead to an emergency situation underwater.
The theory and practice of Deep Stops remains a controversial issue among many within the diving community.
Deep Stops should never be added at the expense of reducing the shallower stop times of a decompression dive. Deep stops should be considered when diving to depths below 65.6 feet (20 meters).