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Important Hand Signals To Note

December 7, 2021 - cuddlefish divers

We hope you love these hand signal charts that were specially prepared for you.

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Seeking To Purchase Dive Insurance ? Use DAN

July 24, 2021 - DAN

Specialized Accident Insurance Coverage For Divers DAN dive accident insurance* is an affordable way for divers to obtain insurance against the costs of dive injuries that are often left uncovered by typical health insurance. Covers diving, nondiving and named water sports accidents & injuries Pays 100% of eligible accident medical expenses up to US$500,000 Plans recognized worldwide Join DAN first, then add your insurance Annual coverage starts at US$40/year Also available for divers age 70 and over in the U.S. and Canada

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What are the Long-Term Effects of Decompression Sickness?

May 1, 2021 - Deep Blue Diving Org

One of the main risks associated with scuba diving is decompression sickness. It occurs due to the buildup of compressed gases in the body and is characterized by joint pains. However, some divers are more seriously affected by it may suffer more harmful effects.

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Is There A Rebreather In Your Future?

June 3, 2020 - DAN

03 Jun 2020 | Michael Menduno Is There A Rebreather In Your Future? How Leading Divers See The Future of CCR Over the last two decades, the use of closed-circuit rebreathers (CCR) has grown steadily in the sports diving community, primarily among technical and working divers such as photographers and filmmakers, who can benefit from the rebreathers’ extended range capabilities.

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Disinfection Of Scuba Equipment And COVID-19 : March 30th, 2020

May 21, 2020 - DAN

Hope that all scuba/ tech diving operators/instructors/dive guides/ tourists/professional divers will partake in necessary precautions required.

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August 13, 2019 - TDISDI

Initially, we simply called it diving. It had no other name. Some of us dived in caves, primarily to explore and map. Tourist dives only tested equipment or procedures, or train us to explore further. Others dived on shipwrecks; real shipwrecks with history and treasure, not the artificial reefs many today call shipwrecks. We sometimes learned the hard way. We had no manuals; these came later. It was a “game of ghosts” as the community tried to work out what went wrong and develop standards to prevent history from repeating itself. Technical diving photos and illustrations on the actual content website itself, link @

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7 Things You Should Not Be Doing After Scuba Diving

July 21, 2019 - PADI

~ PADI Blog, sharing this blog to all divers for their reading and understanding.

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Beachgoers in the US have real-life Jaws to fear

June 3, 2019 -

Ever since the 1975 blockbuster film Jaws, people have been terrified of great white sharks. This fear is often without much reason, as few US beachgoers were likely to encounter one of these predators. That is changing, however. Last month, researchers thought they spotted a great white shark off of Long Island Sound in New York (paywall). In Florida, scientists recently spotted two great whites in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The return of great white sharks, due in large part to conservation efforts, is prompting scientists to focus on ways humans and sharks can better live—if not swim—side by side.

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How To Become A Confident Diver - Technical Diving

February 16, 2019 - TDISDI

Article write up and photos provided by : By Christina “Huck” Sophonpanich Reference link :

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Redefine the Dives - What makes a good dive?

January 28, 2019 - Scubareefing

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Mastery of CCR Diving is a Series of Baby Steps! Written By A Technical Diver/Instructor - Mr Randy Thornton (Sub Gravity)

January 21, 2019 - Facebook

Mastery of CCR Diving is a Series of Baby Steps! Written By A Technical Diver/Instructor - Mr Randy Thornton (Sub Gravity) Due to my post last week about standards violations, I received a fair bit of hate mail as well as legitimate questions from divers and instructors seeking further clarification on my comments. Consequently, I have decided to write a series of short posts explaining my philosophy on CCR training in general as well as my suggestions on how we as an industry can step up our game to improve CCR dive safety and hopefully improve the level of training as well as personal diving practice.

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How To Select A Good Scuba / Technical Diving Instructor to teach and guide you through all your best years of your Scuba diving learning journey...

December 17, 2018 - Ocean Zone

Some people have asked us how to differentiate between a good teacher or a sub standard/ snobbish one... Sharing with all, our past years of experiences in the selection and the engaging of our Scuba diving instructors here. Its not just about the pricing of course, its way more beyond that, and that's the extra mile that students are in search for. Of course, then you should be the best student so that not to give headaches to your coaching instructors. :)

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What Is Pre-Conditioning Techniques?

October 29, 2018 -

This month's Techniques column in DIVER magazine (UK) is about Pre-conditioning. Equally interesting for some may be the background picture though.

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What is and Who are from DAN?

April 21, 2018 - DAN

Be Prepared for any accident with DAN First Aid kits... Are you ready to respond if situational emergencies arises?

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