Three important tips on how to ascend when scuba diving. Read this to increase your safety and enjoy less fatigue after your dives!Read MoreHow To Best Ascend When Scuba Diving?
Learn the best ascent speed for scuba diving. Contrary to assumptions, slower is not always safer when it comes to diving ascent rate!Read MoreThe Best Ascent Speed for Scuba Diving
Altitude Diving Demystified: A complete guide to high-altitude underwater exploration. Expert tips & insights for unforgettable experiences.Read MoreAltitude Diving Adventures: All You Need to Know
Unlock the secrets of developing perfect buoyancy control in this comprehensive step-by-step divers guide!Read MoreUltimate Buoyancy Control Guide: Dive with Effortless Precision
Learn scuba gas planning for your dives! A step-by-step guide to gas management for divers. Enhance your dive knowledge & safety underwater!Read MoreScuba Gas Planning: Gas Management For Divers
Stable diver trim is the foundation for good buoyancy control and efficient propulsion. It also helps conserve the marine environment.Read MoreMastering Horizontal Diving Trim: An Effortless Balancing Act
The question of using less air when scuba diving is one of the most pressing issues that a majority of newly qualified divers ask. The best way to use less air while scuba diving is to address the root cause of higher air consumption, not to focus on the symptoms.Read MoreHow To Use Less Air When Scuba Diving?
This beginners guide has all the information you need for starting scuba diving & ensures you get the most out of your underwater experience!Read MoreThe Ultimate Beginners Guide to Starting Scuba Diving
How to perfect your scuba weighting. Get this right & your buoyancy control will be much easier. Advice not taught in Open Water coursesRead MoreHow to Nail Perfect Weighting for Your Dive: An Ultimate Guide
An illustrated guide to getting the best out of your Shearwater dive computer settings. Don't be intimidated by the advanced display options!Read MoreShearwater Dive Computer Settings: A Guide to Gradient Factors