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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 […]

Sidemount Technical Wreck Diving Subic Bay Philippines

Calculating ‘No Stop Time’ by Erik C. Baker, P.E. The following is an explanation about calculating the “No Stop Time”: Starting out with the basic Haldane equation (keep in mind that this equation is for a CONSTANT DEPTH profile, not for ascents or descents): P = Po + (Pi – Po)(1 – e^-kt) which states that P, the […]

Sidemount Technical Wreck Diving Subic Bay Philippines

UNDER THREAT – THE WRECKS OF SUBIC BAY This article was published by Dive Magazine, it’s a little bit out-of-date now, but the issue of illegal salvage from the Subic Bay wrecks persists – with several wrecks (USS New York and San Quentin) closed to divers for a short time during 2012 because of illegal […]