Abyss Scuba Diving

Welcome to the Abyss Scuba Diving Blog. We are using this blog to keep everyone up to date with all the important related to Sydney Diving and other issues which are important to those who dive in the Abyss. Here are some of the topics our dive blog covers:


Marcus Rimmeld

Marcus Rimmeld

Marcus learnt to dive in school as part of an ocean studies subject in 1993 and progressed to Advanced Open Water that year. After many years away from diving, he rediscovered his passion for the ocean and diving in 2014 while holidaying on a tropical […]


If Only The Best Will Do.

If Only The Best Will Do.

Atomic T25 Reculator If you want the best looking and best breathing regulator on the market that is also a limited edition then the Atomic T25 is for you. It is beautiful above and below the water and with very limited numbers you will need to get […]


Do You Find It Hard To Get Your Wetsuit On?

Do You Find It Hard To Get Your Wetsuit On?

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. […]


From A Mothers Point Of View

From A Mothers Point Of View

Teaching Your Child How To Dive Throughout my time as an Instructor, I have taught a few kids to dive, but I have to say that the standout for me was teaching my own daughter Hannah to dive for her 11th birthday. While kids from […]


Jamie Miller

Jamie Miller

Position: Instructor: Course Director & Technical Diving Manager   PADI Certification: Platinum Course Director Jamie began his journey at Abyss Scuba Diving back in 2005, after immigrating from New Zealand, and has been employed with them ever since. He worked on a sabbatical in Fiji during this time and […]


Peter Letts

Peter Letts

Learning to dive in Cairns in 1992, Peter was an extremely nervous diver who once overcome the fears of diving, came addicted to the sport. He undertook a large number of courses becoming a Master Scuba Diver and then a Dive Master. He dive mastered […]


Where Should I Complete My Divemaster Training

Where Should I Complete My Divemaster Training

Deciding to complete your Divemaster training is one thing. Whether you are wanting to complete Divemaster training to become a PADI Professional and work part time or full time in the industry, or to become more confident in the water, deciding who to complete the […]


Alison Farrell

Alison Farrell

Position: Instructor PADI Certification: Master Scuba Trainer Ali learned to dive back in 2003 and was hooked immediately. She followed up straight away with her Advanced Open Water course however was only diving recreationally as she was working in Investment Banking in the Derivatives Markets both here […]


Preparing For Your Padi Divemaster Course

Preparing For Your Padi Divemaster Course

When I became a PADI Divemaster, I was extremely proud of my achievement, and of the time and effort I had put into the training. This set me up well for my PADI Instructor training, which followed not long after. I get a lot of questions […]


South Africa Dive Trip

South Africa Dive Trip

South Africa has definitely been an adventure-filled, once in a lifetime trip. We had a great group of 20 join Abyss Scuba Diving for 15 days for both land safari and shark diving expeditions.  After a couple of long haul flights, we stayed at a […]