How To Stop Your Dive Knife Rusting
A great scuba diving knife is useful for dealing with dangerous entanglements underwater. Ensure that your knife is always ready to go by taking care of it between dives.
Scuba diving knives rust because they are composed of […]
Can You Scuba Dive When It's Raining?
We get asked this question a lot. Your average non-diver might believe that you can't scuba dive if it's raining. Mainly because the word implies that the water is "raining" down on you and that could be dangerous. […]
How to Pick a Dive Shop that's Right for You
If you are one who thrives on new experiences, then you are probably considering diving as a hobby. It is one of the most thrilling sports, but it does come with risks. Despite this, many […]
Wetsuits do need to be tight. Put simply a wetsuit works by trapping a small amount of water between the neoprene and your body. Your body heat keeps that small amount of water warm. The neoprene is filled with bubbles of air and provides insulation. […]
If you haven’t experienced motion sickness, it doesn’t mean you never will – it’s possible that you’re just yet to be subjected to conditions that your body doesn’t like. That’s why it’s important to be prepared with these simple tips, and know what to do […]
If you’ve ever copped a GoPro to the head underwater, you’ll appreciate that there’s a certain amount of etiquette required when diving! Here are a few tips to ensure you’re not that person the rest of the group complains about when back on dry land. […]
In Sydney, we are lucky enough to have lots of great shore dives that make scuba diving relatively inexpensive sport. Once you get your gear you pay $10 for an air fill then the ocean is FREE! There are a few tricks of the trade to make shore diving […]
The older you get the smarter you get and I just hate to carry a big tank. When I learnt to dive I had very bad air consumption, on a standard tank I could get 15 minutes at Oak Park (a 10-meter dive). At that […]