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Tag Archive: emergencies


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Scuba Q and A: Question:   On my Open Water course, I was taught to drop my weight belt in an emergency. What situations would merit dropping my weights? I am naturally concerned that dropping weights will lead to a rapid ascent to the surface.   Andy’s Answer: There is one primary ‘trigger’ moment when the […]

air sharing emergency scuba diving

Don’t Get Gas Mugged! – A Predictable Strategy For Stress-Free Air Sharing Emergencies by Andy Davis I see lots of debate on scuba diving social media about optimal regulator configurations for air sharing. Divers debate the pros and cons of ‘traditional’ octopus, AIR2 systems, using the long hose, spare air and pony systems, primary share […]