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Ears & Diving

No more bad dives because of your ears! Together with DAN Southern Africa & DAN Europe we have created this extensive graphic about your ears and diving: Grab this graphic totally free to show on you own site – just copy this code and insert it on you site:  ...

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21 Ways to Avoid Motion Sickness

21 Ways to Avoid Motion Sickness

Don't let Motion Sickness ruin any trip. Seriously, nothing ruins a trip like feeling nausea or throwing up. Thus, most travelers will go along way to avoid spilling their breakfast overboard. But what can you do to avoid getting motion sickness? What really works?...

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Scuba Diving In Hawaii: The Full Dive Travel Review

Scuba Diving In Hawaii: The Full Dive Travel Review

ALOHA SCUBA DIVER! Amazing blue water with a rich marine life and healthy reefs surrounds Hawaii - making it the perfect destination for your next Scuba vacation! Although to a lesser degree than some of the Caribbean Islands, Hawaii generally has a “laid back” vibe...

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36 Reasons To Go Diving In The Philippines

36 Reasons To Go Diving In The Philippines

With over 7,000 islands in the country, the Philippine archipelago offers unlimited opportunities for underwater exploration. Divein.com asked a number of dive centers and underwater photographers to share their photos and thoughts about diving in the country. Are you...

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How ocean pollution affects humans [Video + Infographic]

How ocean pollution affects humans [Video + Infographic]

Ocean Pollution has put our oceans at the brink of disaster Every year more than 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans, but how does that affect humans and what can we do to stop this behavior? Plastic and other forms of pollution are ending up in our...

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Pre-Dive Checklist: Add Fun To Your Safety Check Routine

Pre-Dive Checklist: Add Fun To Your Safety Check Routine

Ocean Pollution has put our oceans at the brink of disaster Every year more than 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans, but how does that affect humans and what can we do to stop this behavior? Plastic and other forms of pollution are ending up in our...

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The Coral Reef: A Diver’s Delight

The Coral Reef: A Diver’s Delight

When you are about to dive underwater where your equipment is essentially your life support, there is no such thing as being too cautious. Double checking your equipment and having your buddy check it too may take a few extra minutes, but they are often very worth it....

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Green Fins #DoNotFeedTheFish infographic release!

Green Fins #DoNotFeedTheFish infographic release!

Two local fishermen have qualified as Open Water divers in their first steps to joining the dive industry. In partnership with the Marine Megafauna Foundation (MMF), Peri-Peri Divers in Tofo Beach, Mozambique, is pleased to announce the completion of its first ever...

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Full Face Diving Mask

Full Face Diving Mask

The creatures you most want to avoid when scuba diving, swimming, or snorkeling. Whenever I do one of these articles, I always want to start out with a disclaimer: scuba diving is a very safe sport, and what risks there are, rarely come from sharks, moray eels and...

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Scuba Diving the Bikini Atoll

Scuba Diving the Bikini Atoll

Two local fishermen have qualified as Open Water divers in their first steps to joining the dive industry. In partnership with the Marine Megafauna Foundation (MMF), Peri-Peri Divers in Tofo Beach, Mozambique, is pleased to announce the completion of its first ever...

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Dive Watch Questions Answered

Dive Watch Questions Answered

Bikini Atoll is world famous for two things: inspiring the last big innovation in ladies’ swimwear and the wrecks left over from the Operation Crossroads nuclear tests.
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5 Things Not To Do During A Dive

5 Things Not To Do During A Dive

When you are about to dive underwater where your equipment is essentially your life support, there is no such thing as being too cautious. Double checking your equipment and having your buddy check it too may take a few extra minutes, but they are often very worth it....

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Shark Series: The Great Hammerhead Shark

Shark Series: The Great Hammerhead Shark

With over 7,000 islands in the country, the Philippine archipelago offers unlimited opportunities for underwater exploration. Divein.com asked a number of dive centers and underwater photographers to share their photos and thoughts about diving in the country. Are you...

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Why Diving Should Be Done Slowly

Why Diving Should Be Done Slowly

Don't let Motion Sickness ruin any trip. Seriously, nothing ruins a trip like feeling nausea or throwing up. Thus, most travelers will go along way to avoid spilling their breakfast overboard. But what can you do to avoid getting motion sickness? What really works?...

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The PADI Rescue Diver Course: Diary Of A Divemistress

The PADI Rescue Diver Course: Diary Of A Divemistress

The creatures you most want to avoid when scuba diving, swimming, or snorkeling. Whenever I do one of these articles, I always want to start out with a disclaimer: scuba diving is a very safe sport, and what risks there are, rarely come from sharks, moray eels and...

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Diving In Cozumel

Diving In Cozumel

When you are about to dive underwater where your equipment is essentially your life support, there is no such thing as being too cautious. Double checking your equipment and having your buddy check it too may take a few extra minutes, but they are often very worth it....

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10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean

10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean

Scuba diving the do-no-harm way In a previous article 10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean, I covered ten things you should not do, if you want to protect the ocean. But where these focused on general, everyday behavior, this article will focus...

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Diving In Brothers Islands: The Twin Pinnacles Of Egypt

Diving In Brothers Islands: The Twin Pinnacles Of Egypt

How to protect the ocean, even when you’re not diving Scuba divers, by and large, love the ocean. And as a natural consequence of that, they’re interested in protecting it for ocean conservation. And there are a number of things you can do while diving to that end,...

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Scuba Diving In Australia

Scuba Diving In Australia

In the area of the Red Sea known as the “deep south”, one of the legendary dive sites are two very small islands known as Brothers Islands. They are located some 60 miles from the Egyptian coast, off of El-Quesir, meaning that they don’t see any day boat traffic. The...

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50 fascinating facts about the ocean

50 fascinating facts about the ocean

How to protect the ocean, even when you’re not diving Scuba divers, by and large, love the ocean. And as a natural consequence of that, they’re interested in protecting it for ocean conservation. And there are a number of things you can do while diving to that end,...

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Do you DIR? – Part II The DIR Equipment Setup

Do you DIR? – Part II The DIR Equipment Setup

In the area of the Red Sea known as the “deep south”, one of the legendary dive sites are two very small islands known as Brothers Islands. They are located some 60 miles from the Egyptian coast, off of El-Quesir, meaning that they don’t see any day boat traffic. The...

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Do You DIR?

Do You DIR?

The DIR Equipment Setup The approach to the dive kit is probably what DIR is most known for, and many producers of scuba gear now sell “DIR-style” equipment. The setup is actually known as the “Hogarthian setup”, after renowned cave diver William Hogarth Main. Did you...

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Diving With Contact Lenses

Diving With Contact Lenses

What is DIR? DIR, unlike PADI, NAUI and the other diving organizations, is not a distinct training organization, but rather a diving philosophy or methodology that encompasses skills, planning, equipment, and much more. It is quite possibly both the most celebrated...

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Diving In Colombia: A Dive Through The Living Biodiversity

Diving In Colombia: A Dive Through The Living Biodiversity

What is DIR? DIR, unlike PADI, NAUI and the other diving organizations, is not a distinct training organization, but rather a diving philosophy or methodology that encompasses skills, planning, equipment, and much more. It is quite possibly both the most celebrated...

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Diving In The Philippines

Diving In The Philippines

You will experience nothing but the ultimate underwater journey when you go diving in Colombia! Colombia The Republic of Colombia is a tropical country in South America. It borders Venezuela and Brazil in the east, Ecuador and Peru in the south, and Panama in the...

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Choosing A Diving Center: What You Need to Know

Choosing A Diving Center: What You Need to Know

You will experience nothing but the ultimate underwater journey when you go diving in Colombia! Colombia The Republic of Colombia is a tropical country in South America. It borders Venezuela and Brazil in the east, Ecuador and Peru in the south, and Panama in the...

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Going Pro: How To Become A Dive Master

Going Pro: How To Become A Dive Master

There are so many diving destinations to choose from worldwide, but plunging into the wonderful waters of the Philippines is a place you can’t pass up. The Philippines boasts hundreds of diving spots lying along its sea beds. The Republic of the Philippines The...

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Diving In Indonesia: CNN’s Favorite

Diving In Indonesia: CNN’s Favorite

Taking scuba diving from a passion sport to one that makes money can seem like a thrilling prospect. The sport you love can become a career or you can learn even more about the activity that you enjoy. One way to accomplish this is through the divemaster certification...

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Fitness And Diving: Getting Fit For Scuba Diving

Fitness And Diving: Getting Fit For Scuba Diving

With over two thousand participants, Indonesia holds the Guinness Book World Record for organizing a scuba diving lessons and simultaneous diving attended by the most number of participants. This amazing achievement and others like it make Indonesia truly one of the...

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Shark Feeding: Biting The Hand That Feeds You

Shark Feeding: Biting The Hand That Feeds You

Taking scuba diving from a passion sport to one that makes money can seem like a thrilling prospect. The sport you love can become a career or you can learn even more about the activity that you enjoy. One way to accomplish this is through the divemaster certification...

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How To Become A PADI Dive Instructor

How To Become A PADI Dive Instructor

With over two thousand participants, Indonesia holds the Guinness Book World Record for organizing a scuba diving lessons and simultaneous diving attended by the most number of participants. This amazing achievement and others like it make Indonesia truly one of the...

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Why Do We Pee After Diving?

Why Do We Pee After Diving?

Do you dream of diving all the time, diving all over the world, and becoming a pro-diver? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions then becoming a PADI dive instructor could be for you!!! Teaching others to dive and giving them an exciting underwater hobby...

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11 Tips For Safe Diving

11 Tips For Safe Diving

Ever had to pee after scuba diving? You’re not alone, and you can thank (or blame) the pressure! Most divers have tried it at one point or another, and most experience it quite frequently: after coming back from a dive, they’re overwhelmed with a need to pee. But why...

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Things To Consider Before Taking Up A Cave Diving Course

Things To Consider Before Taking Up A Cave Diving Course

Do you dream of diving all the time, diving all over the world, and becoming a pro-diver? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions then becoming a PADI dive instructor could be for you!!! Teaching others to dive and giving them an exciting underwater hobby...

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Fun With Deep Stops

Fun With Deep Stops

Ever had to pee after scuba diving? You’re not alone, and you can thank (or blame) the pressure! Most divers have tried it at one point or another, and most experience it quite frequently: after coming back from a dive, they’re overwhelmed with a need to pee. But why...

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Diving In Similan Islands – Khao Lak Area

Diving In Similan Islands – Khao Lak Area

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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Alternate Air Source: Rules And Recommendations

Alternate Air Source: Rules And Recommendations

With over two thousand participants, Indonesia holds the Guinness Book World Record for organizing a scuba diving lessons and simultaneous diving attended by the most number of participants. This amazing achievement and others like it make Indonesia truly one of the...

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Cut Costs Not Safety – Is It Safe To Rent Scuba Gear?

Cut Costs Not Safety – Is It Safe To Rent Scuba Gear?

You will experience nothing but the ultimate underwater journey when you go diving in Colombia! Colombia The Republic of Colombia is a tropical country in South America. It borders Venezuela and Brazil in the east, Ecuador and Peru in the south, and Panama in the...

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Shark Series: Diving With Blacktip Reef Sharks

Shark Series: Diving With Blacktip Reef Sharks

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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5 Ways To Stop Your Dive Mask From Leaking

5 Ways To Stop Your Dive Mask From Leaking

The black tipped reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus) is a favorite among many divers. It is of reasonable size, lives in warm, shallow, tropical waters, usually stays within the same quite small area, and isn’t overly shy. It is also easy to recognize, and quite...

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Diving In Gili Islands : Island Living, Island Diving

Diving In Gili Islands : Island Living, Island Diving

Fix that annoying leak with our five tips Few things can be more annoying than a persistent mask leak during a scuba dive. While not critical or dangerous in any way, the constant seeping in of water, not to mention having to stop routinely and empty your dive mask. A...

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Diving In Malta: Europe’s Small Treasure

Diving In Malta: Europe’s Small Treasure

What is DIR? DIR, unlike PADI, NAUI and the other diving organizations, is not a distinct training organization, but rather a diving philosophy or methodology that encompasses skills, planning, equipment, and much more. It is quite possibly both the most celebrated...

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Diving In East Timor: The Heart Of The Coral Triangle

Diving In East Timor: The Heart Of The Coral Triangle

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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Ditch The Compass: Natural Underwater Navigation

Ditch The Compass: Natural Underwater Navigation

The Gili Islands, or “The Gilis” as they are affectionately known, are three small islands off of the coast of Lombok in Indonesia. The islands are called Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno, and Gili Air (pronounced “a-yer”). The name “Gili Islands” is somewhat redundant, as...

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Beat The Heat: Overheating While Scuba Diving

Beat The Heat: Overheating While Scuba Diving

Often referred to as “pilogate,” naturally navigating your way underwater is an incredible skill to have as a diver. Knowing how to naturally navigate means that you are not dependent on anything other than your own senses and observations and don’t have to rely on a...

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Scuba Diving And Health: Decompression Sickness

Scuba Diving And Health: Decompression Sickness

Scuba diving the do-no-harm way In a previous article 10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean, I covered ten things you should not do, if you want to protect the ocean. But where these focused on general, everyday behavior, this article will focus...

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Diving with Asthma

Diving with Asthma

What is Decompression Sickness and What Causes It? Decompression Sickness (DCS) is a condition in which rapid changes of pressure in an environment causes gases to form bubbles of gas, mainly nitrogen. In diving, when the diver descends, nitrogen is breathed in and is...

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Diving And Travel: The Good And The Bad

Diving And Travel: The Good And The Bad

Most people probably think that asthma is a definite contraindication for diving. Divers with perfectly healthy lungs often struggle with underwater breathing; why would an asthmatic even dream of trying it? Note: Before going diving with asthma you shall always get...

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Diving In Egypt: The Charm Of Sharm El-Sheikh

Diving In Egypt: The Charm Of Sharm El-Sheikh

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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Shark Series: The Great White Shark

Shark Series: The Great White Shark

Scuba diving the do-no-harm way In a previous article 10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean, I covered ten things you should not do, if you want to protect the ocean. But where these focused on general, everyday behavior, this article will focus...

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Practice Makes Perfect – Tune Up Your Scuba Skills

Practice Makes Perfect – Tune Up Your Scuba Skills

The great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is by far the most famous, and infamous, of all sharks. It is the second largest shark in the world, and one of the oldest predators still in existence. Highly migratory, it is found in almost all of the oceans in the...

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Why I Don’t Like Shark Week

Why I Don’t Like Shark Week

Diving on the small island of East Timor is really incredible. The pleasant tropical climate and outstanding aquatic conditions combined with a goldmine of marine resources are what attracts divers to its waters. East Timor East Timor is located at the eastern end of...

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Southern Egypt Dive Camps

Southern Egypt Dive Camps

ALOHA SCUBA DIVER! Amazing blue water with a rich marine life and healthy reefs surrounds Hawaii - making it the perfect destination for your next Scuba vacation! Although to a lesser degree than some of the Caribbean Islands, Hawaii generally has a “laid back” vibe...

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Tips To Defog Scuba Mask

Tips To Defog Scuba Mask

With many countries adding Sharm to the no-travel list! So where can you go for an easy Red Sea shore dive? Try the dive camps near Masa Alam! The ongoing unrest in Egypt has caused a number of governments to add Sharm el-Sheik to the list of areas where all but...

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Shark Series – Diving With Tiger Sharks

Shark Series – Diving With Tiger Sharks

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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Diving In Denmark

Diving In Denmark

Scuba diving the do-no-harm way In a previous article 10 Things Not To Do If You Love Scuba Diving And The Ocean, I covered ten things you should not do, if you want to protect the ocean. But where these focused on general, everyday behavior, this article will focus...

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Technical Diving: What Is It All About?

Technical Diving: What Is It All About?

Diving on the small island of East Timor is really incredible. The pleasant tropical climate and outstanding aquatic conditions combined with a goldmine of marine resources are what attracts divers to its waters. East Timor East Timor is located at the eastern end of...

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Where To Place Your Arms While Scuba Diving

Where To Place Your Arms While Scuba Diving

You’ve probably seen them at your dive center, sat in small groups with laptops, paper, slates and pencils. Talking about things like gradient factors, deep stops, deco, lost gas, and bottom mix, while they “plan” their dive. You may have run into them on a dive boat,...

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Safety Stop: Why Do I Need To Do It?

Safety Stop: Why Do I Need To Do It?

In this article we are going to help you find a place to put your arms while scuba diving. If you are new to diving not having any ideas of what to do with your arms is common. Lots of times divers’ arms just sort of dangle and hang or they use them to swim along with...

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How To Deal With A Cramp While Diving

How To Deal With A Cramp While Diving

The great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) is by far the most famous, and infamous, of all sharks. It is the second largest shark in the world, and one of the oldest predators still in existence. Highly migratory, it is found in almost all of the oceans in the...

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Night Dive: Rules, Recommendations and Fun Facts

Night Dive: Rules, Recommendations and Fun Facts

One of the most characteristic sharks in the oceans, the tiger shark is one of the largest species of sharks, and quite possibly one of the most infamous. It is considered one of the most dangerous species of sharks, with number of attacks only surpassed by the great...

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How To Master Your Buoyancy: With UW Frisbee

How To Master Your Buoyancy: With UW Frisbee

A quick introduction to diving in the land of the Little Mermaid Denmark, the small kingdom in Scandinavia, may only have some 5.5 million inhabitants in its 16,000 square miles of land mass, and due to its northern latitude, it’s waters are not exactly abundant in...

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What Is The First Dive Equipment I Need To Purchase?

What Is The First Dive Equipment I Need To Purchase?

Finning is the process of generating propulsion by moving our scuba fins. In that sense, it is probably the most basic of skills in diving, and one that most of us are already able to do when we enter our first dive course. For anyone who has spent any proportions of...

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Survive A Silt-Out!: Diving In Low Visibility

Survive A Silt-Out!: Diving In Low Visibility

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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Shark Series: The Thresher Shark

Shark Series: The Thresher Shark

In this article we are going to help you find a place to put your arms while scuba diving. If you are new to diving not having any ideas of what to do with your arms is common. Lots of times divers’ arms just sort of dangle and hang or they use them to swim along with...

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Benefits of Being A Dive Instructor

Benefits of Being A Dive Instructor

The thresher shark is not the most famous of sharks, partly because it is a rare shark to spot, and hence has not been filmed often. Easily recognized by its very long tail fin, the shark is a shy and elusive creature, that primarily lives in deep waters. It is a...

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Underwater Wedding

Underwater Wedding

Taking the plunge to learn to teach diving is rewarding in many ways! Majority of certified scuba divers worldwide never venture further in their dive education than to the entry level certification (Open Water Diver or similar). There are still quite a few divers...

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Buddy Diving For Safety and Support

Buddy Diving For Safety and Support

By: The Reef-World Foundation#DoNotFeedTheFish is the third Action Point of the Green Fins IYOR 2018 social media campaign! Research by the World Tourism Organization found that in 2016, nature-based and adventure tourism was growing annually by 10-30%,...

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A Scuba Diver’s Impact On A Coral Reef

A Scuba Diver’s Impact On A Coral Reef

If you could choose solo diving or buddy diving, which would you prefer? It is actually not the question of preference; it is a matter of safety. If you are a novice diver, the buddy system is a must for you, and if you are an advanced or expert diver, it still might...

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Strong Current 101: Guide To Diving In Current

Strong Current 101: Guide To Diving In Current

Coral reef diving is an all-time favorite to most scuba divers. But like it or not, scuba divers are causing substantial damage to the world’s coral reefs. Scientific evidence shows that divers are directly and/or indirectly responsible for damaging the reef life with...

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Cave Diving: Why Choose Cave Diving In The Cenotes

Cave Diving: Why Choose Cave Diving In The Cenotes

Finning is the process of generating propulsion by moving our scuba fins. In that sense, it is probably the most basic of skills in diving, and one that most of us are already able to do when we enter our first dive course. For anyone who has spent any proportions of...

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The Smart Octopus: Diving With Octopus

The Smart Octopus: Diving With Octopus

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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Scuba Diving Without the Mrs

Scuba Diving Without the Mrs

Bikini Atoll is world famous for two things: inspiring the last big innovation in ladies’ swimwear and the wrecks left over from the Operation Crossroads nuclear tests.
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Epic Scuba Fails – How NOT to Enter the Water

What to do if you’re swept away by a current during scuba diving? For many divers, diving in current is one of their nightmare scenarios: a strong current suddenly pushes them away from their dive site, away from their buddy or dive group, away to open sea. But with a...

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Dive Packing Guide – What to bring on a Scuba Holiday?

Dive Packing Guide – What to bring on a Scuba Holiday?

Entry can sometimes be hard! Waves can be big and cliffs can be steep and slippery. But even in the worst of conditions I’ve never seen this bad entry from a dive boat! Read How to enter the water in Rough Sea Giant Stride or James Bond Roll Well except of a few of...

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Scuba Diving While Pregnant

Scuba Diving While Pregnant

Would you know what to do if you get caught in a silt-out with almost zero visibility? Silt-outs are what happens when we kick up the fine sediment that we often find in enclosed underwater areas, such as inside wrecks or caves, as well as sometimes on the bottom of...

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Diving in Holland | Let’s go Diving in the Netherlands

Diving in Holland | Let’s go Diving in the Netherlands

If you are new to diving, or even a regular diver who wants to buy a new dive computer, you will notice more and more of them are now implementing the option of using deep stops. Since most non-technical diver training does not really talk about deep stops, here is...

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How I got into Commercial Diving

How I got into Commercial Diving

In this article we are going to help you find a place to put your arms while scuba diving. If you are new to diving not having any ideas of what to do with your arms is common. Lots of times divers’ arms just sort of dangle and hang or they use them to swim along with...

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Fit Diving: Contraindications To Scuba Diving

Fit Diving: Contraindications To Scuba Diving

By: The Reef-World Foundation#DoNotFeedTheFish is the third Action Point of the Green Fins IYOR 2018 social media campaign! Research by the World Tourism Organization found that in 2016, nature-based and adventure tourism was growing annually by 10-30%,...

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Shark Finning: What is it?

Shark Finning: What is it?

Are you really fit to dive? And how can you really know what it means to be fit for diving? We look at the “contraindication” and how it relates to fit diving: When starting our diving, almost all organizations require participants on courses to sign a medical...

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The Bad Diver and Aquatic Awareness

The Bad Diver and Aquatic Awareness

By: The Reef-World Foundation#DoNotFeedTheFish is the third Action Point of the Green Fins IYOR 2018 social media campaign! Research by the World Tourism Organization found that in 2016, nature-based and adventure tourism was growing annually by 10-30%,...

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How to Make A Scuba Diving Checklist

How to Make A Scuba Diving Checklist

You just booked your first Scuba Diving Holiday since you started diving. So what do you bring with you for the trip overseas? Well, you’ll pack the usual: clothes, sun lotion, camera, toiletries…those kinds of things of course. And pack in relation to the length of...

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The Value Of A Scuba Checklist

The Value Of A Scuba Checklist

By: The Reef-World Foundation#DoNotFeedTheFish is the third Action Point of the Green Fins IYOR 2018 social media campaign! Research by the World Tourism Organization found that in 2016, nature-based and adventure tourism was growing annually by 10-30%,...

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Crazy Shark Attack – Whitetip Reef Shark Vs Moray Eel!

Crazy Shark Attack – Whitetip Reef Shark Vs Moray Eel!

You just booked your first Scuba Diving Holiday since you started diving. So what do you bring with you for the trip overseas? Well, you’ll pack the usual: clothes, sun lotion, camera, toiletries…those kinds of things of course. And pack in relation to the length of...

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Make a positive difference for the environment

Make a positive difference for the environment

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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Managing Your Air Consumption: Practical Tips

Managing Your Air Consumption: Practical Tips

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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Dive Gear: When to Buy What?

Dive Gear: When to Buy What?

You just booked your first Scuba Diving Holiday since you started diving. So what do you bring with you for the trip overseas? Well, you’ll pack the usual: clothes, sun lotion, camera, toiletries…those kinds of things of course. And pack in relation to the length of...

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Underwater photo: A beginner’s guide

Underwater photo: A beginner’s guide

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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5 Questions To Ask Your Dive Insta-Buddy

5 Questions To Ask Your Dive Insta-Buddy

Tired of bluish underwater pictures with lots of white spots? Here we'll guide you to much better pictures form your dives. Taking pictures while diving is quite different than taking them on the surface. Underwater there are a lot of factors that will effect on the...

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Buoyancy Control – How to Improve Your Skills

Buoyancy Control – How to Improve Your Skills

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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What is Nitrogen Narcosis: Like Diving With Martinis

What is Nitrogen Narcosis: Like Diving With Martinis

Tired of bluish underwater pictures with lots of white spots? Here we'll guide you to much better pictures form your dives. Taking pictures while diving is quite different than taking them on the surface. Underwater there are a lot of factors that will effect on the...

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Ice Overhead – Getting Started On Ice Diving

Ice Overhead – Getting Started On Ice Diving

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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Why Divers Should Bring a Jon Line

Why Divers Should Bring a Jon Line

Tired of bluish underwater pictures with lots of white spots? Here we'll guide you to much better pictures form your dives. Taking pictures while diving is quite different than taking them on the surface. Underwater there are a lot of factors that will effect on the...

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Diving in Japan’s Amazing Amami Islands

Diving in Japan’s Amazing Amami Islands

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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Drift Diving 101: All you need to know about Drift Diving

Drift Diving 101: All you need to know about Drift Diving

Tired of bluish underwater pictures with lots of white spots? Here we'll guide you to much better pictures form your dives. Taking pictures while diving is quite different than taking them on the surface. Underwater there are a lot of factors that will effect on the...

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Top 5 Of The World’s Best Wrecks

Top 5 Of The World’s Best Wrecks

Drift diving can be one of the most rewarding types of diving, but it does require certain precautions. What is drift diving? Drift diving is a type of diving where instead of fighting a current, we go with it. Usually we’re told to always start a dive swimming...

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Top 5 Family Vacation Dive Sites

Top 5 Family Vacation Dive Sites

https://youtu.be/ZhuWhUZu6fQ As you already know nature is no stranger to conflict and struggle to survive. And this is even more true for the animals we see underwater. Here a group of 3 Whitetip Reef Sharks attack a Giant Moray Eel, and in a brutal fight tearing it...

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Deep Diving: Egyptian Diver Makes Deepest Ever Dive

Deep Diving: Egyptian Diver Makes Deepest Ever Dive

It is one of the last places many people would ever think of diving. You’ve might never considered it yourself. But if it’s not on your list you are missing out on great diving. Aqaba, Jordan is a little known destination for divers, but it boasts some of the best...

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Sharks Just Being Sharks

Sharks Just Being Sharks

Tired of bluish underwater pictures with lots of white spots? Here we'll guide you to much better pictures form your dives. Taking pictures while diving is quite different than taking them on the surface. Underwater there are a lot of factors that will effect on the...

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Shark Encounters: A Family Affair

Shark Encounters: A Family Affair

It is one of the last places many people would ever think of diving. You’ve might never considered it yourself. But if it’s not on your list you are missing out on great diving. Aqaba, Jordan is a little known destination for divers, but it boasts some of the best...

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10 Things every Scuba Diver needs to know

10 Things every Scuba Diver needs to know

When I mention getting in the water with sharks on purpose, I often get asked if I have a death wish. As a shark conservationist and professional videographer, I spend a lot of time in the water with these amazing animals and feel excitement every time I get to slip...

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Deep Diving: Rules, Recommendations And Fun Facts

Deep Diving: Rules, Recommendations And Fun Facts

It is one of the last places many people would ever think of diving. You’ve might never considered it yourself. But if it’s not on your list you are missing out on great diving. Aqaba, Jordan is a little known destination for divers, but it boasts some of the best...

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A Shark Tribute: The 12 Best Shark Pictures

A Shark Tribute: The 12 Best Shark Pictures

When I mention getting in the water with sharks on purpose, I often get asked if I have a death wish. As a shark conservationist and professional videographer, I spend a lot of time in the water with these amazing animals and feel excitement every time I get to slip...

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Diving in Ishigaki Island: Japanese Scuba Paradise

Diving in Ishigaki Island: Japanese Scuba Paradise

It is one of the last places many people would ever think of diving. You’ve might never considered it yourself. But if it’s not on your list you are missing out on great diving. Aqaba, Jordan is a little known destination for divers, but it boasts some of the best...

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Diving in Japan: The full guide to diving in Japan

Diving in Japan: The full guide to diving in Japan

It is one of the last places many people would ever think of diving. You’ve might never considered it yourself. But if it’s not on your list you are missing out on great diving. Aqaba, Jordan is a little known destination for divers, but it boasts some of the best...

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Shark eaten by Giant Moray Eel

When I mention getting in the water with sharks on purpose, I often get asked if I have a death wish. As a shark conservationist and professional videographer, I spend a lot of time in the water with these amazing animals and feel excitement every time I get to slip...

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Underwater Navigation 101: How to navigate underwater

Underwater Navigation 101: How to navigate underwater

Sharks are usually the apex predator in the ocean, but this white tip reef shark meets its match. In this incredible video you’ll see a shark fighting for its life against a giant Moray eel. https://youtu.be/YqwD7D50YIM Learn The Truth About Sharks Right Here In times...

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Scuba Diving the Strait of Tiran

Scuba Diving the Strait of Tiran

When I mention getting in the water with sharks on purpose, I often get asked if I have a death wish. As a shark conservationist and professional videographer, I spend a lot of time in the water with these amazing animals and feel excitement every time I get to slip...

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Great Barrier Reef is closing for all divers

Great Barrier Reef is closing for all divers

It is one of the last places many people would ever think of diving. You’ve might never considered it yourself. But if it’s not on your list you are missing out on great diving. Aqaba, Jordan is a little known destination for divers, but it boasts some of the best...

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Dive guide Scares Puffer fish to get it to puff up

Dive guide Scares Puffer fish to get it to puff up

When I mention getting in the water with sharks on purpose, I often get asked if I have a death wish. As a shark conservationist and professional videographer, I spend a lot of time in the water with these amazing animals and feel excitement every time I get to slip...

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Top Mexican destinations

Top Mexican destinations

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Diving in Sydney: Delightful Suburbia diving

Diving in Sydney: Delightful Suburbia diving

Hidden beauties, desolate beaches, remnants of ancient civilizations, magnificent nature parks...   Mexico offers a lot more than its mass tourism destinations like Acapulquo and Playa del Carmen. If you want to explore more than just main tourists hotspots, this...

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How I became a Commercial Diver

How I became a Commercial Diver

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Scuba diving with bull sharks

Scuba diving with bull sharks

When I mention getting in the water with sharks on purpose, I often get asked if I have a death wish. As a shark conservationist and professional videographer, I spend a lot of time in the water with these amazing animals and feel excitement every time I get to slip...

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Sardine Run: Diving the Greatest Shoal on Earth

Sardine Run: Diving the Greatest Shoal on Earth

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Scuba Diving The Pearl Islands of Panama

Scuba Diving The Pearl Islands of Panama

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Night Diving 101: Get started Scuba Diving at Night

Night Diving 101: Get started Scuba Diving at Night

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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How to organize a cleanup

How to organize a cleanup

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Diving in Curacao

Diving in Curacao

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Equipment Review – Fourth Element Argonaut Drysuit

Equipment Review – Fourth Element Argonaut Drysuit

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Shark Series – The Lemon Shark

Shark Series – The Lemon Shark

British diving “software” producer Fourth Element has long been known for their high quality insulating undergarments, wetsuits, gloves, hoodies, boots, and most recently, their travel gear. It had long been rumored that they’d be putting out a drysuit, as this was...

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Christmas Diving – Merry Christmas to all Scuba Divers

Christmas Diving – Merry Christmas to all Scuba Divers

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Nitrox Diving 101: What is Enriched Air Diving?

Nitrox Diving 101: What is Enriched Air Diving?

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Boat Diving 101: How to do Boat Diving right

Boat Diving 101: How to do Boat Diving right

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Underwater Portrait: Rejuvenate a cancer Survivors Life

Underwater Portrait: Rejuvenate a cancer Survivors Life

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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Cave Diving: First Time Cave Training in the Cenotes

Cave Diving: First Time Cave Training in the Cenotes

Upon being diagnosed with cancer, a person will become feeling uncertain, scared, depressed and confused. This is what Erena Shimoda observed after volunteering with the American Cancer Society. Since Shimoda was an experienced diver, she thought she would help out by...

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Shark Series: Wobbegong Shark

Shark Series: Wobbegong Shark

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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Safer Diving: Situational Awareness

Safer Diving: Situational Awareness

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Safer Diving: Team Emergency Planning for Scuba Diving

Safer Diving: Team Emergency Planning for Scuba Diving

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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Safer diving: Always have a backup plan

Safer diving: Always have a backup plan

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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The Top 5 Diving Destinations in the Maldives

The Top 5 Diving Destinations in the Maldives

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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Know Your Air Consumption: Calculating Your SAC’s

Know Your Air Consumption: Calculating Your SAC’s

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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Free diving: All the best Skin Diving Techniques

Free diving: All the best Skin Diving Techniques

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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From Normal Life to a Scuba Diver Life: Getting the Job

From Normal Life to a Scuba Diver Life: Getting the Job

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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Become a Better Diver through Shore Diving

Become a Better Diver through Shore Diving

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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Scuba Diving Weights: Weight belt or BCD integrated system

Scuba Diving Weights: Weight belt or BCD integrated system

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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Flying with Dive Equipment: How to Make it Work for You

Flying with Dive Equipment: How to Make it Work for You

First it should be established that contrary to what the name implies, weight systems are not intended to make you sink while diving. Many people hear that weight systems are needed when diving and fear that they will sink straight to the bottom of the sea. Weight...

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Seasickness and Scuba Diving

Seasickness and Scuba Diving

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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Equipment Review: Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Dive Watch

Equipment Review: Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Dive Watch

Boat diving is by far the most convenient form of diving: easy access to dive sites off-shore, and minimal walking around with your gear on your back. Boats are used extensively in diving, and for good reason. While shore diving has much to offer, a number of dive...

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What is Fluorescence Night Diving

What is Fluorescence Night Diving

I’m Simon. I’m a 34 year old PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, and I’m expecting a new Baby in August. After a tough year at my last job I took 8 months out and worked a dive season in Honduras, going from advanced diver with only 14 dives to Dive Instructor with 200...

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Choosing a Regulator mouthpiece

Choosing a Regulator mouthpiece

Fluorescence night dives (or “fluo diving” for short) is also known as “fluoro dives” or “glow dives” have grown increasingly popular recently. More and more dive centres offer fluo diving, and more and more vendors for the necessary equipment appear on the market. A...

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Diving in Indonesia – Pulau Weh: The Hidden Paradise

Diving in Indonesia – Pulau Weh: The Hidden Paradise

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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Become a Scuba Hero – One dive at a time

Become a Scuba Hero – One dive at a time

I’m Simon. I’m a 34 year old PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, and I’m expecting a new Baby in August. After a tough year at my last job I took 8 months out and worked a dive season in Honduras, going from advanced diver with only 14 dives to Dive Instructor with 200...

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Vertigo during a dive – Which way is up?

Vertigo during a dive – Which way is up?

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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Want a life change: Become a scuba diver

Want a life change: Become a scuba diver

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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Wreck Diving in Egypt: The Salem Express

Wreck Diving in Egypt: The Salem Express

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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The 6 toughest PADI Divemaster skills -Tips and Tricks

The 6 toughest PADI Divemaster skills -Tips and Tricks

I’m Simon. I’m a 34 year old PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, and I’m expecting a new Baby in August. After a tough year at my last job I took 8 months out and worked a dive season in Honduras, going from advanced diver with only 14 dives to Dive Instructor with 200...

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Living the Dream – Behind the Diving Industry

Living the Dream – Behind the Diving Industry

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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How to Open a Dive Resort

How to Open a Dive Resort

Days off in my job aren't like 'normal' days off. I have to grab them as I can and when I can. Sometimes I get one day a week other times it can be longer before I get a break, but when I do have them they are pretty perfect. Sitting on the deck of my gorgeous beach...

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Diving in Europe: 10 Best Dive Sites

Diving in Europe: 10 Best Dive Sites

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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Scuba Diving with Sidemounts: What is it?

Scuba Diving with Sidemounts: What is it?

I’m Simon. I’m a 34 year old PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, and I’m expecting a new Baby in August. After a tough year at my last job I took 8 months out and worked a dive season in Honduras, going from advanced diver with only 14 dives to Dive Instructor with 200...

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Shark Feeding: Good or Bad?

Shark Feeding: Good or Bad?

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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No jobs for Divemasters here! – Diary of a Divemistress

No jobs for Divemasters here! – Diary of a Divemistress

They say that “shark feeding” is a good thing. Good for sharks and that it also spreads awareness about the safety of sharks and their habitat. So should we support shark feeding? This topic has been controversial for several years. Some say it changes the biological...

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Best diving sites in Phuket

Best diving sites in Phuket

After my Divemaster course I returned to the UK to begin my University degree in Social Anthropology. The following summer I had four months off Uni, so I decided to head to the beautiful island of Koh Tao, Thailand, famous for its all-round dive obsession! This...

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Diving myths debunked

Diving myths debunked

They say that “shark feeding” is a good thing. Good for sharks and that it also spreads awareness about the safety of sharks and their habitat. So should we support shark feeding? This topic has been controversial for several years. Some say it changes the biological...

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Living the Divemaster Life – Diary of a Divemistress

Living the Divemaster Life – Diary of a Divemistress

Let’s be a hero! Okay, let’s be a hero minus the tight-fitting costume. Most likely you have seen videos circulating on the internet showing how several marine species, entangled with fishing nets or hooks, are saved by brave divers that spotted the troubled animal,...

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How I became a Divemaster – Diary of a Divemistress

How I became a Divemaster – Diary of a Divemistress

How to increase safety for your entire dive team! This is the second in a three-part article series about emergency planning. The first covered personal dive planning, this second one covers the dive team emergency plan, and the third and final will cover situational...

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Safety Equipment: Nautilus Lifeline

Safety Equipment: Nautilus Lifeline

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Diving fitness: Training for Scuba Diving

Diving fitness: Training for Scuba Diving

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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Abu Nuhass – The Ship Eater

Abu Nuhass – The Ship Eater

They say that “shark feeding” is a good thing. Good for sharks and that it also spreads awareness about the safety of sharks and their habitat. So should we support shark feeding? This topic has been controversial for several years. Some say it changes the biological...

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Cold Water Diving: Taking The Plunge Into The Cold

Cold Water Diving: Taking The Plunge Into The Cold

This video was shared to DIVE.in on our Facebook page with a question, if this was dangerous behavior. When I saw this I got so angry, not on the person who shared it, but on the dive guide. He clearly wanted to put on a show for his guests, and therefore decided to...

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Stay Longer Underwater: Learning to Breathe

Stay Longer Underwater: Learning to Breathe

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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The Five Best Diving Films

The Five Best Diving Films

Nobody wants to have to cut a diving trip short because they run out of air more quickly than expected. What’s even worse is when you have to cut your buddy’s diving trip short too. Suffice is to say you’ll likely be buddy-less after a few of those episodes. Time is...

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Equipment Review: Turtle Fins

Equipment Review: Turtle Fins

Finding your way under water can be tricky, Right? So navigation skills are key to a successful dive. Learn to cover the basics here. One of the elements of both entry-level dive and advanced dive courses that challenges most divers is the navigation. There are a...

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When tragedy strikes – Cave Diving Accident

When tragedy strikes – Cave Diving Accident

The Turtle Fin is made of classic design, wide, short, and made of natural rubber. This makes for a powerful, no-bull fin, ideal for technical diving. A staple with technical divers and professional divers (including military and rescue divers) it’s a tried-and-true...

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Underwater Communication – A Guide to Hand Signals

Underwater Communication – A Guide to Hand Signals

Most divers travel at some point in their diver-life, either to try the waters elsewhere in the world, or simply because they don’t live near diveable water. But as diving is a very equipment demanding sport, there are a few logistics that need to be considered. To...

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Equipment Review: The Halcyon Titanium H Knife

Equipment Review: The Halcyon Titanium H Knife

Contrary to popular belief, there are a lot more hand signals than only those involving the thumb; or the middle finger. When you are underwater, talking is not an option and your dive buddy may not understand what your frantic flailing and waving means. That’s why it...

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Diving in Fiji: The Soft Coral Capital

Diving in Fiji: The Soft Coral Capital

Most divers travel at some point in their diver-life, either to try the waters elsewhere in the world, or simply because they don’t live near diveable water. But as diving is a very equipment demanding sport, there are a few logistics that need to be considered. To...

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Become A Dive Pro: The Zero To Hero Program

Become A Dive Pro: The Zero To Hero Program

The Turtle Fin is made of classic design, wide, short, and made of natural rubber. This makes for a powerful, no-bull fin, ideal for technical diving. A staple with technical divers and professional divers (including military and rescue divers) it’s a tried-and-true...

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Diving in Cambodia: The Undiscovered Diver’s Heaven

Diving in Cambodia: The Undiscovered Diver’s Heaven

It all started one summer night, my friend and I were sitting on the beach, having a beer and looking at the documentary that was playing in the open air cinema at the hotel. They were showing The Blue Planet, an Emmy Award documentary by the BBC. And you know, when...

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The secret of Smoking Underwater!

The secret of Smoking Underwater!

Scuba Diving in Fiji With numerous beautiful sites - and dramatic underwater attractions - that have gained popularity throughout the world, diving is undeniably exceptional in the azure waters of Fiji. Fiji The Republic of Fiji is a Melanesian country located in the...

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Diving In Malaysia

Diving In Malaysia

Now that I have the attention of all the smoking divers, in this article you will learn the secret behind smoking while scuba diving. I know, everybody says: “what!” Okay I lied. You will learn how to make it look like you are smoking underwater. And how is this...

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SMB And DSMB: Identifying Your Marker Buoys

SMB And DSMB: Identifying Your Marker Buoys

Lengthy stretches of beaches, untouched coastlines, and numerous islands offer several options make diving in Cambodia an ideal diving experience. The Kingdom of Cambodia: Kingdom of Wonder Cambodia is a Southeast Asian country bordering Laos and Thailand in the...

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Shark Fin Soup – Let’s Stop it Worldwide

Shark Fin Soup – Let’s Stop it Worldwide

Most people get into scuba diving out of a wish to go deep and stay long, something that requires a plethora of equipment. But just maybe there’s merit in re-visiting the techniques of skin divers? I recently spent some time at a coastal town, with not a dive center...

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Become a writer for DIVE.in – Write a Guest post

Become a writer for DIVE.in – Write a Guest post

The world's population of Sharks has decreased 50% in the past 15 year. And the main reason? Yes, you guessed right - shark finning is to blame. While Shark fins them self has are almost tasteless they are still a popular in the Chinese cuisine. Learn What is Shark...

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Solo Diving: Would You?

Solo Diving: Would You?

Now that I have the attention of all the smoking divers, in this article you will learn the secret behind smoking while scuba diving. I know, everybody says: “what!” Okay I lied. You will learn how to make it look like you are smoking underwater. And how is this...

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